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Bay Area's new ‘Airstream hotel’ is now ready for guests

‘Turnkey glamping’ awaits Last time we checked in with AutoCamp, the Santa Barbara-born startup creating an "Airstream" glamping resort 90 minutes north of San Francisco, it was still an initiative under development with a Kickstarter campaign aimed at raising $55,000 to finish off the project. AutoCamp ended up getting more than double that amount and now, five months later, the Russian River location, surrounded by Northern California’s glorious redwoods, is all ready for guests.
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