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12 November 2010

Go Love Your Trailer Park – Hicksville Trailer Palace


You already know how much we love Joshua Tree, but the person who decided to build a trailer park motel there with themed trailers, secluded swimming pool and recording studio (just in case you have an album to make) was clearly a genius. Hicksville Trailer Palace, I salute you!



amenities.courtyardThe Fifi would definitely be the Minx’s trailer of choice, though the Husband would need to keep a firm grip on his masculinity. Though glowing wig heads would make up for all the frou frou I suspect.


I could live out my fantasy of living in an Airstream in the Integratrailer, though the interior does seem a little subdued. It apparently comes with its own alien communication system though.


And I also like the look of the Lux, which apparently comes with its own library of horror movies, which I would NOT be watching stuck in the middle ofJoshua Tree. At night.



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The other amenities look more fun than normal camping too.

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And can you imagine how spectacular it would be sitting out under all those stars?



{All images from and their Facebook page. Found via the Divine Ms T at Whorange}


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OMG - LOVE it! It's like the one in Bisbee Arizona except closer to actual people we know (in Palm Desert and LA). Fab. I think I want The Pony!

I want one...please!!!!

TS, I just Googled that Bisbee Arizona one, and that looks amazing too.

That's just awesome!!!
I gotta bookmark that site.
Whenever we will travel over to AZ again, we gotta stop by there and hopefully can spend a couple days in one of those trailers.
Thanks for sharing! I probably would never have found out about it otherwise.

So awesome! Thanks for sharing!

I like the idea of a personalized trailer. They seem small from the outside, but are really spacious inside. Renting one would be good for a short, out-of-town vacay!

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