Welcome to the Flamingo Lounge, a 1962 Tepee Trailer hitched to a 1958 Chevy Biscayne

This unit sleeps two in a full

size bed, has a kitchen area

with a sink, stovetop and an

icebox.  Closets next to the

door and a dinette in the front.

It does not have a bathroom,

but clean campground restrooms

with showers are nearby.

The interior features refinished

Birch wood, custom counter and

tabletop and flamingo themed


Basic Retro Kitchen, Icebox uses

block ice to keep cool... simple!

Cozy bed features a handmade

Flamingo quilt

Small Built in DVD player above bed

(DVD's Available)

Outside Features awning, picnic table,

fire pit, a charcoal grill and shade

trees!  A great place to sit, look at

the fabulous views and enjoy a cool


This can be YOUR Home Away from Home!

Reserve me TODAY! 


Call 619- I'm Retro (467-3876)


PLEASE... No Pets or Smoking Allowed in the Vintage Campers

The Tepee was built in 1962 by the Broken Arrow Mobile Home Mfg Company in Broken Arrow, OK.  During this time they manufactured full size mobile homes, the Tepee Trailers and larger travel trailers called Wigwams.  This particular trailer was sold new in Albuquerque, NM at Gunn's Recreational Vehicles located on Route 66.  We purchased this trailer in 2004 from the grandson of the original owner and was the first restoration of Retro Restoration.  It has traveled all over the Southwest and California behind the 58 Chevy before finding it's home at the Starlite.

History of the Flamingo Lounge


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