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