Scout Releases Its Most Luxurious And Fully-Featured Off-Road Camper Yet

Aug 28, 2020

Category: Living

Though Scout Campers first launched in April of 2020, the Yakima-based company has been incredibly active over the last half-year. And after already unveiling its sub-$20K Olympic and Yoho campers, the fledgling Washington outfit has now revealed its latest and most-fully-appointed off-road camper to date with the all-new Kenai.

Weighing in at 1,370lbs the Kenai boasts a hybrid composite construction with a gel-coated fiberglass exterior and roof and an aluminum exoskeleton frame. Sporting an 80” interior height, the camper’s good for accommodating between four-to-six guests and is made for use in all four seasons. Absolution brimming with amenities, the Kenai camper comes with a full electrical system including an integrated 160W Renogy Monocrystalline Solar Panel, a gear locker with 10 cubic feet of storage, a mudroom entrance with a stainless steel drain pan, separate bathroom, moon roof, convertible dinette, thermal pane windows, LED lighting throughout, a ratchet tie-down system, HB Compass removable marine flooring, 10lb propane tank, and interior and exterior fabrics from fellow northwest outfit, Pendleton – all as standard. There are also numerous optional add-ons such as a pop-up rooftop tent, portable Dometic coolers, removable camper jacks, or a 4,500BTU fireplace. Starting at $23,625, the Scout Campers Kenai is available for preorder now.

Purchase: $23,625+

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Living

Vans' UltraRange EXO MTE Boot Brings Urban Appeal To The Outdoor Realm

Facing the elements with a ruggedized leather, textile, and synthetic upper.

Posted By Chris West

Partner

These Joggers From lululemon Are Purpose-Made For Cold Morning Runs

A tapered design and four-way stretch ensure an unrivaled range of motion.

Posted By Gray Van Dyke

Partner
Featured Image

This Holiday Home Was Inspired By New Zealand’s Traditional Mining Cottages

A 775-square-foot structure nestled in New Zealand's Southern Alps.

Posted By

Nov 30, 2020

Featured Image

Black Friday: The 10 Best Home Deals

Essential upgrades for the home and office offered at a major discount.

Posted By

Nov 27, 2020

Featured Image

This Cabin Cluster Offers An Unrivaled View Of Norway’s Stunning Coastline

The site was discovered by Floke Vilgerdsson in the year 868.

Posted By

Nov 25, 2020

Featured Image

This 312′ Superyacht Has An IMAX Theater, Helipad, & Military-Grade Security

A luxury vessel with a safe-room and “diplomatic-grade” conference room.

Posted By

Nov 24, 2020