Meet Scamp, the travel trailer.
This vintage fiberglass camper (1978) caught my eye on a recent camping excursion. More so, my children were enamoured by its compact shape and style.
Rickie Ward and Josina Tanis revolutionized their 13′ Scamp Travel Trailer by gutting it and renovating its interior. They transformed it into a masterpiece.
This beautiful travel trailer features custom, white oak wood cabinets and cupboards, powder coated appliances, a two burner stove, three-way fridge, propane and electric furnace, and a full length pantry.
Other special extras include custom LED lights, indoor/outdoor radio speakers, and beautiful laminate hardwood floors.
The Scamp easily sleeps four. The kitchen table converts into a bed which sleeps two and the bunks (which sleep two total) can convert into a couch for optimal living space.
It even has a built-in grill table on the back. Rickie and Jo pull their camper with a G6 convertible, getting 17/18 miles a gallon.
Now, that’s one way to camp-in-style!
For more information on Rickie and Josina’s Scamp Trailer make-over, please visit www.fiberglass.rv.com and look for XL milkjug.
Thank-you Rickie and Jo for the tour and photo opportunities. 🙂