Because clients always come first, at Scamp we believe that no one can speak for us better than satisfied customers…
Scamp Trailers have survived tornados, hurricanes, and everything else you can imagine. One owner wrote, “I know it is a strange way to test things, but when hurricane Hugo left us without power for four days the Scamp filled our needs…” Can a Scamp handle your needs? We sure think so!
Read on to find out what other Scamp owners have to say:
Just thought I’d let you know, I’m very satisfied with my Scamp. Everything is working perfectly and I might say – quality! – through out. Everywhere I camp I get compliments and questions. The unit tows very well and I’m looking forward to winter camping.
On July 11th it will be 6 years to the day that we picked up our Scamp at your plant in Backus. It has been a wonderful 6 year adventure. We have towed our Scamp 52,002 miles. We have spent 362 nights camping in the Scamp. We have pulled it to the North, East, South, and West. We have towed our Scamp thru 40 of the original 48 states. Our longest trip was 38 days when we went to California.
I wanted to write you this note about our Scamping as we approach 365 nights camping or one year. I could go on telling you about all the good things about your product and I could tell you about a few problems too. The fact is, that if I did it all over again, with what I have learned about RVs I would buy Scamp without hesitation.”
I just came back from a trip to South Western Texas. This time I traveled light and unless I looked in the rear view mirror I didn’t realize I was pulling the trailer. In the campgrounds people were amazed and interested in the 13 footer, some comments: “it looks like an egg,” “it’s beautiful,” “where did you get it,” “how much did it cost” and so forth… I got caught in a terrific rain storm coming home and car and trailer handled super. I was surprised that not a drop of rain entered the trailer.
The insulation is very protective to the elements, the fabrics and carpets held up beautifully, and the more I use it the more I like it. I really can’t find anything wrong. PS Keep up the good work. Alan, thanks for the brochure you sent me regarding the 16 footer. I like the model with the side bathroom. I am still considering it.
About one year ago, we purchased a camping trailer from you, and remain completely satisfied with its design, construction, behavior on the road and comfort in the campground.
As you may know, last summer, here in eastern NC we took substantial hits from Hurricanes Bertha and Fran. Since this was before I could shelter our camper with a carport, the trailer remained out in the open during both hurricanes. Not only did your construction withstand 90 mph winds, but there was absolutely no leak anywhere inside. From here, we have made trips to Florida, Pennsylvania, and Virginia, and this summer we’re headed for Nova Scotia, in our Scamp.
We only wish that we had purchased the 19′ or middle sized one instead of the smallest.
– John and Patricia
We had a great trip home- no problems at all! Weather permitting, we’ll probably actually use the trailer the first week in December as we want to visit our son and family and watch our grandson play basketball.
Just wanted to thank each and every one of you who helped build and equip our trailer. You did a beautiful job and we are so proud of it. Thanks to you, Alan, for all the time you spent with us and being so patient with all our many, many questions. And thanks to everyone this past Wednesday who readied our truck so speedily, explained everything so thoroughly and were so kind, helpful and friendly. You are a great group who make doing business with you most enjoyable.
We’re looking forward to many years of traveling in our Scamp. And if we get to Backus while we’re roaming we’ll stop in and say “Hi.”
– Al and Gladys
My wife and I have just finished our first camping and traveling season with our Scamp 16′. After many years of Pop-Ups this unit is a joy to use!
In addition to local camping we took the unit from Eau Claire, WI thru Glacier NP and Banff CNP, a trip of some 3800 miles. It pulled along smoothly with no effort by our Plymouth Voyager. Long ago we abandoned conventional camp grounds which have now become so densely populated by the folks who seem to need to bring all of home along.
The beautiful Forest Service campgrounds, some on “tire-track” rangeland accesses hold no barrier to Scamp. It warmed up quickly and held comfortable temperatures at the colder high altitudes. I also enjoyed the freedom you extended me to tour the plant, free to stop and ask questions. We were pretty well presold on the “idea” of owning one but our visit to you at Backus and you folks took us to decision to make the idea a reality.
We look forward to taking it to the Gaspe Peninsula, maybe even to sea when we get there! Thanks again for the courtesy extended during our purchase and closing.
– Jack and Mary