Scamp Scamp 16 Foot Travel Trailer

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If you like the idea of a mid-size, lightweight trailer without the inconvenient setup, then the Scamp 16' is the perfect trailer for you. All Scamp trailers are easy to maneuver and easy to tow.  The aerodynamic design assures high fuel efficiency and can easily be towed by a small car, SUV, mini van or truck. Built strong with a hard fiberglass shell this little trailer can go where tents or tent trailers should not be.

The Scamp 16' is perfect for couples or small families. It offers more counter and storage space and can easily be set up with two bathroom and shower options.  The side bathroom allows the trailer to sleep four people, while the larger front bath replaces the sofa/bunk beds.

There is also a new side dinette model so you don't have to set up the table every morning. With the side dinette you can easily sleep and eat without changing a thing.

So, for the perfect adventure, convenient set up, and towing ease and maneuverability, choose your Scamp 16' travel trailer today!
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Travel Trailer

  1. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Layout 3
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 4
  2. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Layout 4
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 4
  3. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Layout 5
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 2
  4. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Layout 6
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 3
  5. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Layout 7
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 5
  6. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Front Dinette
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 3
  7. Floorplan - 2015 Scamp 16 Foot 16 Foot Side Dinette
    • Length: 16 ft 0 in
    • Sleeps: 3
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Scamp 16 Foot Features:

Standard Features (2015)
 
Layout 3, Layout 4, Layout 5, Layout 6, Layout 7
  • Fiberglass Construction
  • Super Insulation (R15)
  • 30 Amp Power Converter
  • 12 volt Lighting
  • Ice Box
  • 12 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
  • Sleeps One to Four
  • Table Converts to Bed
  • Sofa Converts to Bunks
  • Clothes Closet by Door
  • Marine Headliner Wall Fabric
  • Wood Panel Interior Doors
  • Two Burner Propane Stove
  • Propane Tank
  • Porch Light
  • Roof Vent
  • Curtains
  • Sink
  • Approximate Weight 1750-2000
  • 3500 Pound Torsion Axle
  • 10" Electric Brakes
  • 5000 lb. Hitch
  • Hitch Weight 165 lbs.
  • Hitch Height: Approx. 21"
  • Hitch Ball Size 2"
  • 25' 30 Amp Electric Supply Cord
  • Spare Tire & Cover
  • Safety Chains
  • Tires: 13" C Load Radial
  • 11 Gauge Steel Tube Frame
  • Extra Lights and Outlets
  • Carpet or Vinyl Floor Optional
  • Privacy Room
  • Fiberglass Cabinets
  • Crank Open Windows & Screens
  • Mounted Rear Stabilizer Jacks

Layout A & B

  • Fiberglass Construction
  • Super Insulation (R15)
  • 30 Amp Power Converter
  • 12 volt Lighting
  • 4.6 Cubic Foot Refrigerator
  • 12 Gallon Fresh Water Tank
  • Sleeps One to Three
  • Table Converts to Bed
  • Clothes Closet by Door
  • Marine Headliner Wall Fabric
  • Four Inch Cushions
  • Oak or Birch Cabinets
  • Two Burner Propane Stove
  • Propane Tank
  • Porch Light
  • Curtains
  • Sink
  • Silverware Drawer
  • Cabinet Over Sink
  • Approximate Weight 2200-2600
  • 3500 Pound Torsion Axle
  • Hitch Weight 165-225 Pounds
  • Hitch Height Approx. 21"
  • Hitch Ball Size 2"
  • 25' 30 Amp Electric Supply Cord
  • Spare Tire & Cover
  • Safety Chains
  • Tires: 13" C Load Radial
  • 10" Electric Brakes
  • 11 Gauge Steel Tube Frame
  • Extra Lights and Outlets
  • Carpet or Vinyl Floor Optional
  • Rear Side Cabinets
  • Crank Open Windows & Screens
  • Mounted Rear Stabilizer Jacks
  • Battery Pack
  • Gravel Shield
  • Screen Door
  • Small Window Over Range
  • Rear Upper Cabinet
Options
  • Shower Package (Available on Layout 4, Layout 5, Layout 6)
  • Toilet Only (Available on Layout 4, Layout 5, Layout 6)
  • City Water
  • Sani Potti
  • Three Speed Roof Fan
  • Cable TV Hook Up
  • Roof Mount Air Conditioner
  • Power Range Hood 12 Volt
  • 1.9 Cu. Ft. Refrig. 12V
  • 4.6 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator
  • Furnace 16,000 BTU
  • Convection Oven (N/A on Layout 6, Layout 7, Layout B)
  • Extra Interior 12 Volt Lights
  • Battery Pack
  • Electric Brakes
  • Gravel Shield
  • 10 Foot Awning - Self Storing
  • TV Antenna
  • Dual Gas Tanks
  • Screen Door
  • Small Window Over Range
  • Front Cabinets (N/A Layout 5, Layout 6)
  • Side Cabinets
  • Cabinets Over Sink
  • Silverware Drawer
  • Outside Prep
  • 2" Receiver for Bike Rack
  • Exterior Ground Fault Outlet
  • Stove Cover
  • Microwave Oven
  • Wheel on Jack
  • Gas & Electric Hot Water Heater
  • Gas Hot Water Heater
  • Group 27 Battery Pack
  • 12 Volt Water Pump
  • Splach Guard (per side)
  • Vinyl Floor
  • Extra Fresh Water Tank
  • Deluxe Curtains
  • Deluxe Carpet
  • Deluxe Blue/Grey Wall Liner
  • Sink in Bathroom (N/A Layout 3, Layout 4, Layout 7)
  • Propane Gauge
  • Heat Strip for Roof Air
  • 12 Volt Plug
  • Extra 120 Volt Interior Plugs
  • Grey Water Tank
  • Phone Jack
  • Front Porch Light
See us for a complete list of features and available options.
 
All standard features and specifications are subject to change.

Manu-Facts:

Scamp trailers began in 1972 in an old Ford garage by brothers Duane & Gerald Eveland, and sister Gladys Coffland.  During the first years only the Scamp 13' trailer was produced with about 130 built the first year.  The following year was much the same, but by 1975, five hundred were built, six hundred in 1976, and seven hundred in 1977.  All the trailers were basically the same until 1978 when the 16 foot trailer was developed.  Three years later a 19 foot model was added with more floorplans and options becoming the focus of change.  Currently the 13, 16 and 19 foot trailers are all being manufactured with a variety of floorplans and options available.

The Scamp trailers are built to order, lightweight and aerodynamic in design.  With today's world of small vehicles and high fuel costs all three sizes of Scamp trailers can easily be towed by small cars, suvs, mini vans, and trucks. 

Built with strength to last almost forever these hard shell fiberglass trailers can be used where tents or tent trailers should not go.  They are some of the most dependable trailers on the market today with some of the originals built in the early 1970's still being used today.  Our parts department can supply what you need to maintain your Scamp and keep it in perfect condition. 

Scamp quality stands out, and for good reason.  The result brings a strong demand for even the used Scamp trailers which retain their resale value, especially because they don't wear out.  So, for a quality trailer that will last for years check out the Scamp 13, 16 or 19 foot models and see what we are all about!