The Vintages Trailer Resort

written by Julie Lee | photos courtesy of The Vintages Trailer Resort

Looking for a unique staycation in the heart of Willamette Valley? The Vintages Trailer Resort is the quintessential escape. Nestled in its own trailer pod within an expansive 14-acre neighborhood, The Vintages is located at a sweet spot halfway between Dundee and historic downtown McMinnville.

Choose from thirty-one trailers, each with its own distinct shape, size and charm, with luxury-style hotel amenities including gourmet coffee from Caravan Coffee, lush terrycloth robes and linens and a propane grill for outdoor cooking. A surrounding park offers a sweeping view of vineyards, a pool, hot tub and lawn games for outdoor fun.

Lodging

Shop online before making your reservation—refurbished trailers are all featured by their year, starting with the 1947 Spartan Manor, and include photos and descriptions. Some are cozy and built for two while others can host a family. The newly renovated Club House invites corporate or festive social gatherings in a retro setting, with a full kitchen, lounge seating, and table seating for thirty-five.

Dining

Cruiser bikes are available to all, with an easy pedal over the bridge to Dayton to dine at one of the local restaurants or to pick up picnic supplies at Red Hills Market. LoneStar BBQ is a casual, family-owned pit stop for some delicious barbeque. For bar food and burgers, try The Barlow Room and The Block House Cafe, and for fine dining, Joel Palmer House is a short bike ride away.

Amenities

The Vintages Trailer Resort is the perfect place to bring your four-legged friend, with a dog park next door. For spirited nighttime fun, the little campfire kit is a suggested add-on package, featuring artisanal s’mores from Nineteen27 S’mores and a bottle of local pinot noir.

16205 SE Kreder Road, Dayton | the-vintages.com

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