What's New

Spring Price Increase

4-14-2018 Flagstaff is well into production of Early Model 2019 campers and with that comes a slight price increase. In most cases this amounts to an increase of $300-400.

In the case of the 176SE, Flagstaff finally realized the 176SE has been under-priced since its inception (compared to other Sports Enthusiast campers and the regular 176). So it received the largest price jump--from $9295 to $9995. It's still an excellent value for all the extra SE features it has over a standard 176 or 176LTD, but all of them sold before now were an even better bargain.

For our part, we have two 176SEs that were already in stock before the price increase was announced, so those stay at their initial price. Both of them are available (as of today) and are listed at New Campers In Stock.

Here's a printable copy of the new price list:

2018 price increase (78.8kb)

Nice Tan!

1-3-2018 All 2018 non-Sports Enthusiast models now have a tan body (as opposed to the cream body of the 2017s). The Sports Enthusiast series and the 176 retain their gray bodies.

2018 Flagstaff tan exterior

2018 Flagstaff T-series exterior

2018 Price List

11-9-2017 A printable version of our 2018 Price List (with Series Comparison on the back) is now available:

2018 Price List (109kb)

Flagstaff 205 layout change

11-7-2017 From 2002 through 2017, the 205's cassette toilet was positioned across from the entryway into the camper. This created a bottleneck between the galley/dinette area and the rest of the camper. This problem was most evident when cooking because the galley is on the opposite end of the trailer from the refrigerator, so retrieving things from the fridge or returning leftovers to the fridge meant moving across the camper, past the bottleneck, every time.

205 bottleneck problem

For 2018 Flagstaff moved the cassette toilet/shower combo to the front corner of the box and the cabinet moved between the cassette and galley. It may seem like a minor change but those extra few inches of space between the dinette corner and cabinet may make a difference in whether or not someone bangs their knee on the furniture.

Plus, it's nice to have the toilet/shower tucked away in the corner instead of being--honestly--too close to the galley and dinette. Yes, it's just two feet away from it's previous position but in a ten-foot camper, two feet is a pretty significant move.

Here's the new layout:

2018 Flagstaff 205 bottleneck fix

2018 Flagstaff Brochure

11-1-2017 The 2018 factory brochure is now available.

2018 Flagstaff Tent Camper and T-Series Brochure (big pdf)

2018 T21TBHW dormer

9-9-17 Flagstaff added a front dormer to the T21TBHW for the 2018 model year. Here's a picture of a front dormer:

front dormer example

( This is a 2016 T21FKHW but we're including it here to show what the front dormer looks like.)

2018 T21TBHWSE Introduction

9-9-17 Flagstaff has announced its first 14' box Sports Enthusiast T-series camper, called the T21TBHWSE (...expialidocious). It uses the T21TBHW layout with one key difference: the cassette toilet has been replaced by dinette seating.

2018 Flagstaff T21TBHWSE floorplan

Now instead of a 30" x 80" front bed the dinette folds down into a 50" x 80" bed.

Like the T21TBHW the SE version retains the ability to have two separate beds in the back or--by adding the middle cushion panel--turn the rear sleeping area into a king-size bed.

2018 Flagstaff T21TBHSE in three-bed layout 2018 Flagstaff T21TBHSE in two-bed layout

It also has the Sports Enthusiast package which--for the T-series--includes a raised frame, 15" wheels with mud + snow tires, the grayish "driftwood" interior, and a gray exterior with deck-plating.

Unlike the upcoming 2018 model year T21TBHW, the T21TBHWSE will not have a front dormer. We'll add pictures as soon as we receive our first T21TBHWSE. (Update 11-9-17: pictures are now available on the T21TBHSWSE model page.)

228BHSE tongue configuration change

6-29-17 The 228BHSE and 228BHSE with shower now comes standard with dual propane tanks and an automatic regulator. While extra propane is a nice bonus, the second propane tank goes where the battery pack used to reside. Consequently Flagstaff moved the battery pack to the bike hauler metal deck area. Here is new configuration:

228BHSE tongue configuration 2017

228BHSE tongue configuration

New Camper Price Increases

4-27-17 The irritating but sometimes necessary mid-year price increase information arrived from Flagstaff. We will honor the current prices listed on our brochure pages for all orders (with deposit) through May 10th. And, of course, any campers already in stock retain their original price.

The following sheet contains the new pricing that will go into effect May 11th. (The price increase for each model is listed in red.)

2017 price increase notice

Brochure Corrections

3-7-17 The 2017 Flagstaff brochure has some errors we'd like to address.

Page 2-3 - Early printings of the 2017 brochure used a dark and blurry picture of the 228. Later printings used a much better picture, but the model shown is the 228D. (The "228" label was not changed when the photo was changed.)

Page 5 - The "Box Size" of the 176SE is listed as 8' 4". The actual interior dimension is 8' 2".

Page 5 - The "Trailer Size (Closed w/ Hitch)" of the 206STSE is listed as 17' 11". The actual dimension from tongue to the back of the spare tire is 17' 2".

T12BH dormer

2-14-17 The 2017 Flagstaff T12BH now has a dormer. The floor-plan, appliances, and metal deck on the front remain the same as in previous years, but how there's a bit more head-room and an open-able window in the front.

2017 Flagstaff T12BH exterior with dormer

2017 Flagstaff T12BH dormer interior view 2017 Flagstaff T12BH dormer ceiling view

176 color change

12-29-16 We special-ordered the 176 again for 2017 and asked Flagstaff if they would use the cool gray exterior on the 176 like they do on the Sports Enthusiast campers. Flagstaff agreed, so 2017 176s have a gray exterior. However, that are not full-fledged Sports Enthusiast campers so they do not have the higher suspension, 15" wheels, or stereo system.

2017 Flagstaff 176 with gray exterior

2017 Flagstaff 176 interior front view 2017 Flagstaff 176 interior rear view 2017 Flagstaff 176 interior galley

Fixing the 823D problem - the 2017 Flagstaff 825D

12-17-16 Since Flagstaff changed the 823D layout for 2017, the only four-bed campers in the Classic Series also include an interior shower/cassette toilet (625D and 627D). The old 823D with a slide-out dinette, four beds, and no interior toilet had a great layout and was very popular for us, so we talked to the factory about an alternative.

Flagstaff agreed to build a limited number of 625Ds without the interior shower/cassette toilet for us. These will have the same layout as the 825D built from 2002-2006. In fact, we're going to call them the "825D". They are on order now and should be here in the first part of 2017. We'll provide full specs and pictures for the 2017 Flagstaff 825D as soon as they arrive.

2017 Flagstaff 825D

The 823D problem

12-15-16 Flagstaff reconfigured the 2017 823D to a near-425D layout. Like the 425D, the 823D now has a front door-side corner seat and rear off-door-side galley. Instead of a bay window on the rear door-side like the 425D, the 823D now has a large exterior baggage door that opens to reveal a college-dorm-style cube fridge (like the 627D).

2017 Flagstaff 823D layout Flagstaff 425D layout

The problem with the new 823D layout concerns only having three beds. The main draw to the 823D was its four-beds--in a Classic--without an interior shower. The new layout adds a cube fridge (110V-only, so the camper must be plugged in to shore power or running a generator) and extra counter space--but at the cost of the fourth bed.

2017 Flagstaff 823D with only three beds 1999-2016 Flagstaff 823D with four beds

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