The following pictures are of a 16 foot Casita
that appears to be a rare floor plan, it is not discussed on the Casita
website. I've been renting these trailers for a few years and it was that experience that led me to buy an Escape
fiberglass trailer. The trailers were rented from a USAF Morale, Welfare and Recreation office and one of the trailers (not the one pictured) is a 2005 model.
The trailer looks like a Spirit floor plan with the rear double bed and side dinette/single bed except the front bathroom and closet is replaced with a gaucho sofa/bunk bed. The front of the trailer has a large window with rock guard like a Scamp
. The trailer doesn't have any waste tanks. With the shown floor plan, 5 can sleep comfortably. Replacing the side dinette with the optional gaucho sofa/bunk bed would provide sleeping for 6.
We liked the option of putting our two kids in the front bunks and still having the side dinette available and although 5 or 6 could make for a cramped rain day, the floor plan may be of interest to many.
I have no idea how much it weighs or costs, but since MWR had a 2005, I assume they can be ordered from Casita
The first picture is from the back of the trailer looking forward, the bunk bed is down.
The second picture is the same view with the bunk bed up. Note that the left hand metal support pole is not installed (I couldn't find it).
The third picture is the front of the trailer showing the rock guard.
The fourth picture is from the front of the trailer looking back, it is the standard Spirit floor plan.