I sold my last 16 foot scamp
deluxe and have gone to camplite by livin lite. It's a 16 foot box with a 3 foot front, making it around 19.5 feet long.
There are many pros and cons to all trailers. I have had several scamps, a lil snoozy
, an rpod and now the camp lite. Each has its own good and bad about it.
So far, I'm loving the camp lite. It's a light weight
trailer, doesn't feel heavy at all. It's all aluminum inside, not a stick of wood in it. If it ever leaks
, the floor won't rot out. Hopefully, it's in it for the long haul.
The storage in it is amazing. I have cabinets everywhere, and they are much more functional than the scamp
or lil snoozy
I have a dry bath. There is actually a little room to move in the bathroom. The shower is separate from the toilet.
There are many different models. I chose a model with a slide out. The extra room is amazing. No more supercramped or crowded. I go camping with 4 dogs, it was ridiculous in the scamp. The headroom is big. No worries about me hitting my head on anything. Oh, and I have two axles not one. More stable platform.
My major complaint about the scamp is why put rivets in the fiberglass. You make a nice product and then put holes all throughout the fiberglass. They haven't changed hardly anything in 30 years. Modernize, change, fix the things that don't work well.
There is no one trailer that fits all. To each his own.