AutoCamp Glamping in Sonoma,California

AutoCamp Glamping in Sonoma,California

Try Glamping For Your Next Adventure​

You want to go camping but don’t want to deal with the hassles that can come with it. Then glamping is what your next trip should include. Sometimes it can be nice to have access to the outdoors, yet still have luxurious accommodations.

Well we found the perfect place for you. Or should I say three places for you to book your next glamping trip. Autocamp is an amazing idea that takes an old Airstream in an outdoor setting and customizing  them to be luxurious and modern.

Autocamp glamping
The Russian River Autocamp has a beautiful location, nestled within the tall conifer trees.

What is Glamping?​

Glamping is the combination of camping but with resort-style amenities and services that you normally wouldn’t find when you camp. Who would enjoy it?

Well we think everyone can enjoy the relaxing atmosphere that they offer, but for those who refuse to go camp without glamorous comforts, then this was made for you.

It is practically camping but has a hotel, private room setting. You can have some great comforts without worrying about sleeping on the ground or without any bathroom facilities not being present.

What To Expect​

Autocamp offers tent’s during the summer months and the airstream campers for the whole year. Each location offers a different feel from urban to a more outdoor experience.

The sites will have all the amenities and more than many hotels can offer you. The bed is  amazingly comfy, showers were hot, and the airstream had very warm sleeping arrangements.

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Each airstream is stocked with the essentials and their small store upfront has anything else you forgot.


  • Located by the Russian River surrounded by the Redwoods
  • Adult focused property
  • Close to wine country and the coast
  • Accommodations can be either a tent or Airstrem
  • Cell service and wifi
  • Pet friendly
  • Luxury amenities: linens, bathrobes, Malin+Goetz bath products, memory form mattress
  • Located in downtown Santa Barbara
  • Has a more urban feel
  • Electric BBQ on patios
  • Beach cruiser’s for use
  • Pet friendly
  • Flat screen TV’s with cable
  • Cell service and wifi
  • Located outside Yosemite National Park
  • Largest and most secluded
  • Only 3 miles from the beach
  • Family friendly with heated pool
  • Tents with wood burning stoves
  • Has daily YARTS shuttle to take you into Yosemite National Park
  • Mariposa town close by
  • Cell service and wifi
  • Onsite pond with paddle boats and canoes
  • Pet friendly

Each of the three locations offers something a little different to accommodate your desires. Try one out or all three. Summer prices will higher than the winter, but the tents are available during the summer. In addition, they require a 2 night stay for weekends.

Russian River Autocamp
Wine country is all around the Russian River location. Great to stop by and enjoy some wine with local cheeses.


  • Russian River Location
    • Winter $149 ~$350/night
    • Summer $280 ~ $350/night
  • Yosemite Location
    • Winter $215 ~$520/night
    • Summer $270 ~ $520/night
  • Santa Barbara Location
    • Winter $169 ~$200/night
    • Summer $280 ~ $350/night

Additional Info

Don't Forget To Pin For Later

Have you been glamping? How did you like it and would you do it again? Let us know in the comments section and if you have a great glamping place we should see, tell us. 

The information on this website has come from research and by experiencing it ourselves.  Opening hours, trail closures, prices, etc. are always subject to change. We try to keep up to date on any new information, or tips to help make your adventure more enjoyable. 

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My name is Shannon Curtis and I grew up in Southern California with the beach on one side and mountains on the other. My education background includes a B.S. In Biology with emphasis on conservation. I have been fortunate enough to have had the ability to work with rescued marine animals with the Los Angeles Conservation Core as well as participate in the research with CSULA. With my wife, Cam, we travel the world as much as we can and with it try to share the knowledge that we learn. Our love for spur of the moment trips started with 36 hours in Hawaii and have continued since. Along with my travel blogs, we share as many photographs on Instagram and info on YouTube. If you ever see us in the world, come say hi!

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