My wife and I are the original owners and have enjoyed our Scamp very much.
We live in Bozeman, Montana.
Our camper has been very well cared for and is in very good condition.
It is stored under cover when not in use.
Both the side dinette and the rear table convert into beds.
Standard features on this camper:
- Shower and Toilet
- City Water
- Prepped for roof mount air conditioner
- 1.9 cu. ft. Refrigerator – operates on 12 v DC / 110 V AC / Gas
- Electric Brakes
- Spare tire, wheel and cover
- 2 mounted leveling jacks
- Screen door
- Small window over sink/range
- Side cabinets
- Cabinet over sink
- Silverware drawer
- 30 Amp power converter
- Porch Light – 12 v DC – 2 lights
Factory options added when we bought the camper:
- Gas hot water heater: $270
- 16,000 BTU furnace with thermostat: $420
- Battery Pack 27: $40
- 12’ Fiama crank-out awning: $950
- Dual propane tanks with easy switch between tanks: $120
- Three speed ceiling fan: $175
- 2” receiver on back bumper: $105
- Vinyl floor: $75
- Outside GFI outlet: $40
- Backsplash: $70
- Two 12 v DC reading lights above bed: $60
- Outside step: $50
- Stove cover: $45
- Wheel for jack: $25
- Extra fresh water tank (2 total): $100
- Sink in bathroom: $160
- 12 v DC plug stove side: $30
- 110 v AC plug front: $30
- 2nd set of taillights: $95
After the 2017 camping season we decided to not carry water on the Scamp because I did not want to deal with winterizing / de-winterizing in Montana where we get a lot of winter.
Since we did not have water onboard anymore, I also removed the factory Dometic toilet and black water tank and just have a CLEANWASTE GO Anywhere Portable Toilet set up in the bathroom where the factory toilet normally sits.
The original toilet and black water tank are being sold with the camper but they are not installed.
Front to back view
Fridge / Kitchen
Bathroom - shower and sink
Bathroom - where toilet and black water tank have been removed.