2001 Scamp 16'

TrailerSanta Cruz, CA
Sleeps 416 ftYear 2001
Good for couplesGood for Families or GroupsVintage

Meet your host, Albert

Member since 2018

I'm an outdoor enthusiast, be it by the ocean, a river, in the forest or in the mountains. I'm passionate about road cycling, gravel cycling, mountain biking, bike touring, bikepacking, backpacking and RVing. My plan is to use the rig as a basecamp for fun. I personally favor dry camping and boondocking away from crowds and noise. I'm all about absorbing as much of nature as I can and enjoying the peace and beauty nature can afford away from the hustle and bustle of city life. I've taken my rig to some very scenic spots throughout CA, and plan to do more extensive trips. I hope you too will focus on having fun relaxing in our beautiful natural surroundings, and will find my rig an ideal homebase for your adventures.

TrailerRental #99165

Whether newer to RVs or a veteran, this very cozy easy to tow, light weight insulated fiberglass construction trailer is great for weekend or week long adventures. Less than 7' wide, this trailer can fit in campground spaces many travel trailers and RVs can't. Whether dry camping, boondocking or in an RV park, this rig sets up in a matter of minutes so you can spend more time relaxing and enjoying the outdoors. The rig can be towed by most small SUVs and trucks with a minimum tow rating of 3,500 gross lbs. and a tongue weight rating of 350 lbs. The dry trailer weight is 1,800 lbs. The typical gross weight (trailer loaded with food, gear) for a weekend is 2,200 to 2,800 lbs. This rig has newer tires, drums and electric self-adjusting brakes. Previous experience towing and backing up a travel trailer with electric brakes is required. A 7 pin connector and installed brake controller is required in the tow vehicle. Requires a 2" ball with the top of the ball 21" off the ground is required for level towing. Sleeps two adults and two small children. Amenities included: 225AH batteries, 1000w inverter, solar panel, awning, pots and pans, utensils, kitchen knives, propane 2 burner stove top, 1.9 cubic inch 3 way refrigerator (120v, 12v, propane), camp chairs, camp table, portable propane camp stove, portable propane heater, food bins, composting toilet, 30 amp shore power cord with surge protector, air conditioner and more. Let your outdoor fun begin today!

  • Sleeps: 4 guests
  • Fresh water tank: 12 gallons
  • Gray water: 21 gallons
  • Propane capacity: 20 pounds

Owner rules

  • Pets not allowed
  • No music festivals
  • Tailgating not allowed
  • No smoking

Minimum 5 days booking notice required prior to requested pickup date.


  • Daily$90.00 /night
  • Weekly$90.00 /night0% discount
  • Monthly$90.00 /night0% discount
Minimum stay
2 nights
Refundable security deposit
24/7 unlimited roadside assistance
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Cancellation policy moderate
  • Free cancellation for 48 hours after booking, as long as you cancel more than 14 days before departure.
  • If cancelled more than 7 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 75% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
  • If cancelled at least 7 days prior to departure:
    • Insurance is refunded
    • 50% of the booking total is refunded
    • The service fee is not refunded
Free unlimited use

Owner fees

  • Cleaning Fee

    $100.00 each

    A $100 fee will be assessed if the rig is returned requiring cleaning (interior and exterior) and/or gray water tank is not emptied.

  • Delivery & Pick up Fee


    Free delivery and pick up within 10 miles. $1 per mile there after.

  • Late Return Fee

    $20.00 each

    $20/hour may be assessed for late returns (prorated every 15 minutes).

  • Lost Key Charge

    $50.00 each

    This charge will be assessed if all issued keys are not returned at drop off.

  • Propane tank fee

    $20.00 each

    Propane tank will be delivered full. A $20 fee will be assessed if the propane tank is not returned full.

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  • Free to use camp chairs and more.


    Camp chairs, camp stove, camp table, french press coffee maker, spices, pots and pans, utensils and more.


January 2021
2001 Scamp 16'



David A.

August 20205

We had a wonderful weekend in Albert’s Scamp trailer. Everything worked perfectly and was very comfortable and clean. It was a pleasure meeting him in person. All communication with Albert was very clear and concise. We definitely recommend Albert and will contact him again in the future.

1 Photo submitted by David And Christy F.

Tish W.

July 20205

I had an outstanding experience with Albert and his Scamp. I wanted to visit my sister but needed to social distance. First, Albert came to my sister's house to see if it was feasible to park it on her property. Next, he came and setup everything. He set up the chairs, awning, outdoor table etc..... This is the same for the take down. You really don't need to bring anything with you except maybe your favorite blankets and pillows. Kitchen is well stocked with all cooking utensils you would need to make a feast. Scamp was super clean and loved how easy the bathroom was to use. Of course, you are expected to leave it as clean as it came. Super easy to do as Albert provides cleaning supplies, mini vacuum etc... I will definitely be booking it again and my sister is recommending it to friends when they have out of town visitors.

Alan B.

August 20195

Very clean small unit that tows like a dream. Everything you would need is included in the rig. We had a great time.

Lori R.

July 20195

Albert was very responsive to my questions. RV was as described, very clean and in good working order. I got it "with" the gear and supplies (a lot). If you are taking a lot of your own stuff then get it "without" the gear as storage is limited otherwise. You may be able to customize what gear gets left in or out....discuss it with Albert. He is very accommodating. We used the front bunks for storage. Front bunks are quit narrow. Bunks suitable for small children but tight fit for the average adult. Albert also was very flexible on pick up/drop off location to help us avoid a long wait in Saturday beach traffic. Thank you Albert! We towed with a 3/4 ton truck. Could barely tell the trailer was back there. I think a smaller vehicle would work nicely too for this sweet little trailer.

Have a question?Get answers directly from the owner

Q. What flexibility is available for picking up and dropping off the RV?
A. May consider on a case by case basis. Additional fees may apply.


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