More than being a place for people to stay when passing through Kansas, Fulkerson said he has a bigger vision for the site.
"I see it as becoming a destination," he said, adding that the base has already been featured in several media outlets.
In addition to a main-floor bedroom, Airbnb guests at Subterra will have a full kitchen, private bathroom, laundry services and a fireplace which gives a "nice, cozy feeling in the fall and winter months," Fulkerson said.
He said he and the Pedens "are considering using both apartments upstairs and down" should Airbnb traffic pick up, "especially because some people really want the experience of sleeping underground."
Fulkerson said Subterra is the first and currently the only Airbnb located in a converted missile silo.