Tinker Tin Trailer Company, a vintage trailer rental company, has partnered with family-owned-and-operated Alta Colina Vineyard in Paso Robles, California, to create the "Trailer Pond."

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Located up the hill from the vineyard's tasting room, it consists of five trailers from the 1950s and 60s that can be rented overnight.

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Paso Robles, together with iconic southern California road trip destinations such as Highway 1, Pismo Beach, and Hearst Castle, forms part of San Luis Obispo County. In the third quarter of 2019, the county drew a record 2.1 million visitors.

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The trailers at Alta Colina offer guests the chance to soak up the beauty of Paso Robles away from the crowds.

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"We wanted to give our guests a chance to camp in our little pieces of American history without having to stand in line to get a spot at our local parks," Tinker Tin co-founder Jaime Holm told Business Insider.

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Check out the full article from Business Insider here!