7744 Ranch might not be a name that rings familiar, but Anderson Mobile Estates probably is. Back in the early 2000s, it was the most famous and popular maker of custom trailers, many of which were leased out to celebrities. We’re talking about the biggest stars in the industry, both in film and music, including Will Smith, Jamie Foxx, Sylvester Stallone, Vin Diesel, Mariah Carey, Whitney Houston, and Jennifer Lopez. And that’s just like the icing on the cake, because the full list is truly an impressive one.
Of these trailers, Anderson Mobile Estates has rounded up just five – the most famous – and is offering them for rent for glamping at this resort. Will Smith’s The Heat is included, as is the unit Vin Diesel used during the production of Fast and Furious in Puerto Rico, and of Riddick: Dead Man Stalking, in Montreal, Canada. Also included is the trailer Jennifer Lopez used: it’s called Baby Girl and it’s described as the “most modern and comfortable” unit they have on site. It’s also incredibly glamorous, so you can get your diva on while glamping.
Baby Girl IS a sort of five-star hotel suite, but one that also has wheels and, back when JLo used it, could be hauled from destination to destination by truck. Like the other units from Anderson Mobile Estates, it’s packed with technology, including state-of-the-art audio, several large screen TVs, and CCTV. You also get custom furniture decked in the finest Italian leather, granite and marble, and 1,200 square feet (111.5 square meters) of space to throw a considerably-sized party.
You have everything else you need for the party, too. Downstairs is a generous lounge that can double as living room or private cinema, with a desk area for when you might have to conduct some urgent business. Also downstairs, somewhat mid-level, is a full kitchen equipped with the latest appliances, including 3-door Sub Zero Refrigerator, 2-burner cooktop, convection microwave, large sink and a trash compactor.
You have a full-size bathroom at this level, with walk-in glass shower and sink with marble vanity, and a half-bath at the opposite end, near the kitchen.
From what Anderson Mobile Estates says, Baby Girl is designed to sleep two people, but it’s made to cater for at least two dozens more, whether at parties or conventions, or whatever your idea of glamping involves.
Valued at $2 million, Baby Girl still retains its celebrity trailer character, down to the way in which the desk on the ground level looks like a makeup station. Again, it’s just the place to get your diva on – if you have the finances of one: a unit at this exclusive RV resort goes for $400-$850 a night. We hear interest in the units is already very high.