In celebration of the National Park Service’s 100th anniversary, Pendleton and Airstream are creating 100 trailer tributes to the great outdoors.

The iconic Western textile company and the quintessential RV brand have teamed up to craft 100 rolling tributes to the National Park Service as the agency marks its centennial this summer. And what a fitting — and charitable — homage they are.

Each Pendleton Limited Edition Airstream is a deluxe 28-foot travel trailer decked out with rustic wood cabinetry; easily cleanable faux-leather seating; a kitchen wall map of Yellowstone, the country’s first national park; a rear hatch that opens to visions of the Grand Canyon; a signature Pendleton-patterned awning inspired by the Badlands — pretty much everything and the kitchen sink.

Don’t want to go too rustic? Don’t worry. With two flat-screen TVs and Blu-ray players, an audio system, and twin AC systems that are so quiet you can hear the coyotes howl, you’ll be able to screen John Ford’s vision of Monument Valley in The Searchers after dark before making your own trek come daylight.

It also comes with a one-year America the Beautiful pass to more than 2,000 federal recreation sites. Add the accessory kit with Pen­dleton linens, a dining set, even a pet bed, and you’ll be traveling in style. Best of all, Airstream will donate $1,000 to the National Park Foundation for each trailer sold.

Take a peek inside the trailer below.


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From the May/June 2016 issue.

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