Spend The Night In A Vintage Trailer Village On The Potomac River For A Memorable West Virginia Adventure

Have you ever seen a cute shot on Pinterest of a fully restored little 1960s camper in all its brightly colored glory? You might have even pinned it, especially if it was the kind of little trailer you remember your parents or grandparents using when you were a kid. Now, you don’t have to just look at such colorful, nostalgic eye-candy online – you can actually visit one in real life. And not only can you visit one – you can visit a whole village of them. And (here’s the best part!)… you can even rent one for the night!

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Learn more about Three Otters Eco Retreat at their website or on Facebook. Have you ever stayed in one of their vintage trailers? Does the site of these mid-sixties campers bring back memories from your younger years? Let us know! And if a vintage trailer is right up your ally, maybe you’d also like to spend the night in a vintage school bus…

Address: Three Otters Eco Retreat Center, 8497 Low Line Rd, Great Cacapon, WV 25422, USA