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The American road trip gets glitzySonoma, USA

Ensconced within a centuries-old redwood forest in the Russian River Valley of Sonoma, just a 90-minute drive from San Francisco, AutoCamp promises a touch of luxury in the great outdoors. Nature enthusiasts will love bedding down in the big canvas tents furnished with a queen-size bed, plush linens and electrical outlets. Each one also has a patio with deck chairs and a camp fire.

Those wanting to experience camping without the chilly runs to the clubhouse bathroom should check in to one of the custom-built Airstream suites. Each one features a glam white-tiled bathroom, kitchenette, television and sound system.

Once you’ve settled in, pedal your complimentary bike to the nearby river or one of the many surrounding wineries. The clubhouse has a shop where you can get important supplies like beers and snacks, as well as an adventure desk. When night falls get cosy by the campfire, toasting s’mores and watching stars blanket the sky.

AutoCamp also has locations at Yosemite and Santa Barbara.


  • On-site clubhouse, with shop
  • Adventure desk
  • Luxurious canvas tents or Airstreams
  • Indoor and outdoor fire pit lounges
  • Wifi

Airstreams start from US$180 a night.

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