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4.3
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4.0
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4.3
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Donna

Reviewed on June 17, 2023

RV reviewed 2022 Scamp 16' Deluxe Layout B view listing

4.0
I love having a lightweight camper I can pull behind my SUV. The plus side is it pulls well, has room for bed and bath, not a lot of medal parts to rust. It's more expensive than other campers due to its lightweight and durability. The negative side which I believe is a design flaw is: 1. Bathroom toilet i... read more
I love having a lightweight camper I can pull behind my SUV. The plus side is it pulls well, has room for bed and bath, not a lot of medal parts to rust. It's more expensive than other campers due to its lightweight and durability. The negative side which I believe is a design flaw is: 1. Bathroom toilet is too high. Hard for a normal size person to get on and off. There is no underbelly black water tank and therefore the tank has to sit above the floor and the shower floor is level with bottom of camper. If the design had included a drop or lift up subfloor then it would raise the floor for toilet use, but could be lifted up for shower use 2. Design flaw with large bed/table is very difficult to sit at in table position. Not enough space between table and sitting area. Side cabinets block entrance to sitting area and therefore have to squeeze in to sit. A circular bench with smaller table would work great. 3. Design flaw with small table/sleeping area is too narrow. An average adult is unable to sleep on it. A solution would be a pull out extension to make the bed a twin bed width. I am in the process of having the above designs implemented on the camper to make it more comfortable and be able to have a companion camp with me.
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4.0
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4.0
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3.0
Driving/towing
5.0
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Mr. Dean

Washington

Reviewed on September 19, 2020

RV reviewed 2006 Scamp Scamp 16' Deluxe Floor Plan B view listing

4.0
Our 2006 16' Deluxe Scamp trailer was our home away from home for a month at a time as we traveled throughout the southwest from Washington State. We truly enjoyed leaving the dinette down into a bed full time as our model had the side dinette, perfect for two. The wide front shower/toilet was perfect for us ... read more
Our 2006 16' Deluxe Scamp trailer was our home away from home for a month at a time as we traveled throughout the southwest from Washington State. We truly enjoyed leaving the dinette down into a bed full time as our model had the side dinette, perfect for two. The wide front shower/toilet was perfect for us and allowed extra storage while underway. We were always answering questions and giving tours of our Scamp from interested people wherever we traveled. Be prepared to be a Scamp ambassador as folks really want to see the inside! We had two problems towing the 16' Scamp: 1) Multiple flat tires, always on the passenger side. 2) Excessive trailer swaying. Each flat was an explosive blowout that soon damaged the fiberglass wheel well. The swaying was diminished when we placed extra weight in the front bathroom. A new sway-bar helped, but it was always a problem especially with freeway speeds. Because of the blowouts we decided to sell the Scamp for this reason alone as we couldn't solve this problem. We believe that a two axel travel trailer would handle the weight better and provide travel security. Unfortunately, Scamp doesn't make a two axel model. Surprisingly, our 16' Scamp held its value and we were delighted not to lose any money selling to a private party. We are currently looking for a similar sized light fiberglass trailer that has two axels as we plan on continuing our travels across the U.S. as soon as possible. BTW, we pulled it with a V6 Jeep Liberty that can tow 5,000 lbs. with no trouble as fully loaded the Scamp weighed around 2,900 lbs. including a Honda generator. With the exception of steep mountain hills, you nearly forgot the Scamp was there! I would give the Scamp 16' Travel Trailer a 4 out of 5 stars as it is lightweight and durable though not of the very highest construction quality. After all, they do try to keep it as light as possible. Our deluxe model included air conditioning, furnace, larger refrigerator, duel propane tanks, side dinette, and the wider front bathroom. It's a fantastic layout for two people but can sleep three!
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3.0
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5.0
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3.0
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Jim

Texas

Reviewed on January 20, 2020

RV reviewed 2007 Scamp Scamp Deluxe view listing

5.0
I've been living full time in this Scamp since I bought it in May of 2007, that's coming up on 12 years now. Normal routine expected light maintenance. Never needed anything warrantied. Never leaked. Weathered all the hail storms Amarillo, TX could throw at it. I tried another camper recently but it was junk.... read more
I've been living full time in this Scamp since I bought it in May of 2007, that's coming up on 12 years now. Normal routine expected light maintenance. Never needed anything warrantied. Never leaked. Weathered all the hail storms Amarillo, TX could throw at it. I tried another camper recently but it was junk. I'm still living full time in my Scamp as a very happy camper.
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