The Scamp 19' can be converted to a large lengthwise bed in loft, and perhaps can be ordered that way as a Custom Deluxe.
Alas, no. If you want a lengthwise bed you have to do it yourself. Otherwise the wall-to-wall dimensions of the bed in the Scamp 5er loft are about 6' x 5'. Many taller people are comfortable with that bed size, but Lynne and I (who are both 5'8") felt cramped, so we took out the gaucho and extended the loft platform so we could fit a bed that is roughly "RV Queen" (60" wide x 75" long, longer down the center of the bed where the Scamp's rounded front end is deepest, shorter at the sides) size with room for our toes to stretch out beyond the bed's end. (I have a topic showing my mods and some of the construction steps: http://www.fiberglassrv.com/board/in...howtopic=23082
. There's also a comparison of the Scamp and Escape
5ers around post 43 or so.)
The Escape 5.0 has a large lengthwise loft bed as the standard plan. Both Scamp and Escape will try to find an owner in your area to show you their trailer.
There's also waiting for a Bigfoot
5er, like this one in Portland, OR
, to show up on the used market. The Bigfoot
5ers are slightly longer, wider, and heavier (3500lbs dry vs 2500lbs for a reasonably-appointed Scamp 5er), but that extra thousand pounds gives them a sense of interior space in the main part of the trailer that the Scamp and Escape don't offer.