I have a 05 Scamp
13 ft Deluxe with Shower and Toilet. One feature of the shower is that the floor is a 7 inch deep basin that holds water for eventual pumping to the gray water tank.
At first I found using the S/T space kind of awkward. Relative to the shower floor the toilet is too high. While manuvering in the S/T room there is nothing to grab on to except the sink which is soft and flexible. While showering every surface gets wet and soapy making things more unstable that this 70 year old (with a new back operation) can deal with.
I did two things that seem to take care of my problems:
1. I put a very large drawer pull on the wood surface on the side of the door. Almost as good as a medical grab bar.
2. I built a 4 inch high wood platform that fits into the shower basin that can be easily removed for cleaning. That is relatively non-slippery, and adds the height I need.
Now I know (from Bullard) that the 13’ Scamp
deluxe is fairly rare so my problem is not common. On the other hand who knows?