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Old 05-03-2016, 03:40 AM   #1
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Sorry to he a bother with a question I am sure is incredibly common yet I am needing a pull behind trailor capable of sleeping 4 and sturdiness is a very important factor pulling it in northern california to the sierras... A recent family issue is forcing me to sell an off grid cabin near lassen park in a beautiful area worked on like a self imposed slave for 10-15 years clearing, building, etc. getting my children up there frequently albeit using "public" camping spits yet very rural and often dirt road (not horrible) - is imperative for me as per their development without technology hampering them nonstop. Fishing, hiking, photography, etc.... I am in mid 40's and want the best trailor Incan afford.... What are anyones preferences and overall common agreed upon strong trailors....
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Hello RJ and welcome. Sorry to hear you have to sell your cabin. That must be hard. On the bright side, with the trailer when you want a new view you just move on down the road.

It would be useful to know if you are talking about two adults and two children, one adult and three children. Ages, size. Can two share a bed etc. Most of our trailers are set up for two adults sleeping together and two children in bunk beds. Often the bunks have a 100 lb limit. Raz
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Old 05-03-2016, 06:45 AM   #3
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Sorry to he a bother with a question I am sure is incredibly common yet I am needing a pull behind trailor capable of sleeping 4 and sturdiness is a very important factor pulling it in northern california to the sierras... A recent family issue is forcing me to sell an off grid cabin near lassen park in a beautiful area worked on like a self imposed slave for 10-15 years clearing, building, etc. getting my children up there frequently albeit using "public" camping spits yet very rural and often dirt road (not horrible) - is imperative for me as per their development without technology hampering them nonstop. Fishing, hiking, photography, etc.... I am in mid 40's and want the best trailor Incan afford.... What are anyones preferences and overall common agreed upon strong trailors....
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First let me tell you, I know how feel. 20 years i have worked my cabin from the ground up only to come to the conclusion it was way too much work for me and the kids grew up doing other interests, It was high up in the PA mountains. I sold it and bought the 16` Scamp to get me out into nature again. I know the 16` side bath Scamp will work for you. Go to http//www.scamptrailers.com and they have about 6 set-ups. Good luck, Carl
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