I have been lurking a while around here, just recently joined.
I currently have a fully contained camper van that seems to get more cantankerous every day.
I have been interested in the lightweight fiberglass campers for some time and visit to read about them and research a bit.
I may not be to far away from buying a Subaru Outback. All the research I have done so far leads me to a Scamp
. I believe it will have to be a 13' but I may be able to go 16'.
My only issue with a Scamp
is no way to generate electric for an air conditioner or other things that need AC. I hope to spend a lot of time (maybe almost full time) camping. In hot-humid Florida, it is very nice to have a little air conditioning
I spend a lot of time at Native American Powwows and most of the time it is in a primitive setting - requiring a fully contained unit if I want a few amenities. I have done my time in tents and going days without a shower.
The salesman at Scamp
said "just take along a portable generator". I am not able to lift a generator
in and out of the camper and do not want the smell of gas in it anyway.
I am wondering if the receiver that Scamp puts on the back of the camper for a bike rack would hold one of those trays that a generator
can ride on.
Also, has anyone ever used a generator
that is powered by propane
? How did it do?
Thanks for any and all guidance.