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Family-Friendly RV: Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH

Originally Published in Trailer Life Magazine

Lightweight, sporty and easy to tow, Flagstaff’s E-Pro E16BH is a tiny but mighty bunkhouse trailer with room for a family of four.

Coming in at 18 feet, 3 inches long and just under 2,900 pounds (dry), the Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH is one of the smallest travel trailers on the market that can comfortably sleep a family of four.

Thanks to their nimble size and light weight, E-Pro trailers are easy to tow, a particularly appealing quality for families who are new to RVing. While many family-friendly trailers require a truck for towing, these trailers were made to be towable by SUVs and crossover vehicles.

Modern Styling

The sporty exterior features sleek fiberglass walls and minimal graphics, capped off by a splash of chartreuse. Although the E16BH is a relatively small trailer, the interior feels much larger, thanks in part to a street-side slideout that opens up the floor space. Whitewashed wood, cream-colored walls, and simple lines and patterns provide a fresh, modern look.

Interior of 2019 Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH showing the three-burner cooktop and U-shaped dinette.

Loaded with storage spaces, the Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH has a U-shaped dinette up front that converts to a bed for two.

Efficient Living Spaces

Filling the front of the E16BH, the U-shaped dinette converts to a cozy bed with room for two adults. At the rear are east-west bunks with a window, storage compartments and drawers below.

The kitchen is located in the slideout. A recessed three-burner stove has a flush-mount cover, adding welcome counter space. In fair weather, family chefs can take the cooking outside to the exterior kitchen, which features a fridge and a gas grill.

Though compact, the bathroom provides an impressive amount of storage, with cabinets, shelving and counter space in every nook and cranny. The E16BH comes standard with a WaterPur filtration system and a Showermiser water saver.

View toward the rear bunks of the 2019 Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH.

Housed in a street-side slideout, the kitchen contains a two-way refrigerator, a microwave and a cooktop with a flush-mount cover. East-west bunks with a ladder fill the rear of the trailer.

Appealing Amenities

Travelers who wish to maintain digital connectivity while on the road will appreciate the included WiFiRanger wireless router and booster. Those seeking outdoor adventures can add the optional tongue-mount bike rack and rooftop mounting bars for hauling recreational gear.

Families planning to dry camp can add a roof-mounted solar-panel system. For the ultimate boondocking experience, the off-road package adds more ground clearance.

With a base price of $23,900, the Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH is packed with amenities for families looking for an easy-towing trailer that will fit into a variety of campsites, including many of the smaller spots in national parks and forests.

2019 Flagstaff E-Pro E16BH floorplan shows kitchen slideout and 12-foot awning.

Manufacturer’s Specifications

Exterior Length:
18′ 4″
Exterior Width: 7′ 4″
Interior Height: 7′ 4″
Exterior Height: 9′ 7″
Freshwater Cap.: 37 gal.
Black-Water Cap.: 30 gal.
Gray-Water Cap.: 30 gal.
LP-Gas Cap.: 5 gal.
UVW: 2,993 lbs.
Hitch Weight: 420 lbs.
Axle Weight:  2,416 lbs.
GVWR: 3,920 lbs.
MSRP, Base: $23,900

Author, blogger and photographer Kerri Cox.With her small bunkhouse travel trailer in tow, Kerri Cox has traveled near and far with her husband and two teenage sons, documenting their adventures on her blog, Travels with Birdy. When not on the road, she spends her time teaching and writing. Her words and photographs can be found in print and digital publications, including Trailer Life and the Good Sam Club Blog.

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