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What Does a Scamp Trailer Cost? (Used and New Price List)

The cost is in the details. Base price is just that, a starting point. Unfortunately, the price only goes in one direction after that-- up. Your costs for any RV will depend on all the added features you want inside. The Scamp RV company is not going to be any different in this regard.

What does a Scamp trailer cost? One prospective buyer reported that the 2021 16’ trailer would cost roughly $19,000. That is just with the standard options package. You have to email Scamp directly in order to get a current price list.

To learn more about the cost of Scamp trailers, just continue to read our article. It has the information you want to know about. Keep in mind that prices may be inflated at this time, and the bubble may burst shortly after you purchase your Scamp trailer

How Much is a 13ft Scamp Trailer?

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If you just want the basic package, then you are looking at paying roughly $15,000 for a nice 13-foot trailer. This is the base price for the standard model, and if you want a bathroom included, you will be paying a little more.

The cost of the trailers with features not included in the base package will range between $18,000 and $22,000. The difference in prices is not only due to the many extra features included, but that Scamp builds their trailers according to their customers.

Each trailer is custom-built, and you will pay for that special attention to your trailer. These prices are subject to change as Scamp does not publicly release its price lists. You have to contact them at 1-800-346-4962 or emailing them at info@scamptrailers.com to get their current price list.

Just so you know, the difference in cost between a new 2020 model and a new 2021 trailer is about $600, with the latter being the higher of the two prices. If you are going used, the cost of a 13-foot trailer will be up to the individual owner, and some owners are taking advantage of the current world situation to make their money back on their investment.

How Much Does a 19-foot Scamp Trailer Cost?

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The starting price runs around $20,000 just for the standard basic package. There are few features with this package, and you can pay up to $30,000 with added features. Your actual cost new will depend on Scamp’s asking price for the different features you want to have inside.

Also, you need to be aware that the 19-foot Scamp option is a 5th wheel trailer and not a regular bumper tow one. This design provides you with a lot more interior space than the 13 and 16-foot models.

That extra space is a nice selling point when you need room when you are on vacation. The good thing about buying a 19-footer is that all design layouts include a toilet. If you think that is not a good item to highlight, keep in mind that many Scamp trailer designs do not include a toilet.

2 of the 5 standard 16-foot layouts are missing this important feature, and 1 of the 4 deluxe designs is missing it as well. To discuss the different price options, you can visit their loan factory direct dealer in Backus, Minnesota.

You will get all the up-to-date pricing you want by talking to the people at this dealership or by using the contact information already provided above.

Scamp Fifth Wheel Prices

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The 5th wheel prices will be the same as the 19-foot prices. That is the design that the trailer comes in, and there is no upgrade to the price for that design. This design is on both the standard and deluxe models.

It may be a good reason to upgrade and pay the extra money as the 19-foot 5th wheel model provides a lot more space than the 13 or 16-foot models. The reason we say that is that Scamp measures its length from the end of the tongue to the bumper. You may not get 13 or 16 feet of space inside those smaller trailers.

At least with the 5th wheel, you get some space over the hitch you can use, which allows for greater living space inside. Even if it is the 5th wheel, the trailer will not weigh you down and cost you a lot of money in fuel to tow.

These trailers may only weigh just under 3,000 pounds with all the features added. That is not bad when you want to save on your fuel costs. Going used may be the best way to save on the purchase price as they run around $8,000 more or less.

New Scamp Trailer Price List

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This is something you have to get through Scamp itself. As we stated earlier, they do not publicly post their price lists, and since this is the middle of 2021, any current prices will not be the same for next year.

This time last year, the company was taking orders for 2021 and not building for any 2020 deliveries. It can be concluded the situation is the same for this year since so many people put their orders in last year for this year’s models.

We have posted their contact information and dealership location earlier, and that is the best source to go to. That way you know exactly how much you will pay. We say that every owner is different, and their costs will depend on how many features they add to the basic package.

There is a wide range of features and options you can add on, and Scamp has individual prices for each one. People are posting different price lists that they receive from Scamp, but so far, none have been for 2022. The price lists they post are outdated.

One example is that the price between the 2020 and the 2021 models for the same trailer size is $600. That was for the basic standard package. it is hard to say how much the price increased for next year’s models.

Scamp Trailer Prices Used

We are going to provide you with a little comparison chart of different prices for used trailers. There is n particular order, and there is no guarantee the prices will remain at the reported levels. This chart is just to give you an idea of what you can expect to pay:

Trailer size Cost Trailer size Cost
2013 13 foot $12,500 2012 13 foot $10,995
2002 13 foot $7,400 1985 13 foot $6,900
1982 16 foot $8,500 2001 16 foot $11,900
1983 16 foot $6,000 2013 16 foot $16,490
1992 19 foot $7,999 2003 19 foot $21,500
2005 19 foot $11,750 1983 19 foot $12,999


The other thing you have to be aware of is that different used trailer dealers will price their Scamp trailers differently. If you find one that is in good shape and listed well below the above prices, then take it. It looks to be a better deal.

Individual owners will set their prices according to their sentiment, their own personal cost, use, and so on. Expect a very wide range in prices when you look at classified ads, etc.

Who knows, the used trailer market may collapse once everything returns to normal. You may get an even better deal when it does.

2023 Standard Options

The following list is taken directly from the Scamp website to let you know what you can expect to find in a standard package for a 19-foot 5th wheel trailer. Notice this is not for next year’s models but for the models the year after that.

  • 2 Burner Propane Stove
  • Prep For A/C
  • ​Kitchen Sink
  • ​Cabinet Over Sink
  • ​Spare Tire & Cover
  • ​Mounted Rear Jacks
  • ​Outside Step
  • ​Electric Brakes
  • ​2” Receiver
  • Dual Propane Tanks
  • ​LED Exterior Lights
  • ​45 Amp Power Converter
  • ​Outside GFI Outlet
  • City Water
  • ​Grey Water Tank
  • ​12 Volt Water Pump
  • ​Propane Water Heater
  • ​3.7 cu. ft. Refrigerator
  • ​24 Series Battery Pack
  • ​Screen Door
  • Rear Overhead Cabinets
  • ​Battery Disconnect Switch
  • Volt Meter
  • Silverware Drawer

We checked the 13 and 16-foot web pages, and they are listing the 2023 features as well. Call Scamp and see what kind of waiting list you will be put on if you want to order a new trailer. It may be wiser to buy used instead of having to wait.

Some Final Words

In looking at the Scamp trailers, these little RVs seem perfect for those who do not have children. They are great for when you are young and getting ready to start a family.

Plus, they are excellent for when you are retired and your children are grown. Their small size and lightweight make them easy to tow and maneuver as well.

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