2013 Keystone Outback Travel Trailer, Sleeps 10, A/C & Heat. Outdoor kitchen. Georgous family RV.
Refrigerator and Freezer
Living Area Features:
Large Entertainment center
Sink with Vanity
Queen master bedroom (sleep 2)
Full size pull out couch in living area (sleep 2)
Booth dinette turns into double bed (sleep 2)
Back bedroom with two twin beds and full size pull out couch (sleep 4)
Large outdoor kitchen with sink and gas stove top
Second entry/exit door at the bathroom for convenient tailgating or to clean up after a swim with out having to go through the RV house
Additional notes for campers
Most camp sites provide electric, water and sewage hook-ups. However, if for your trip, you do not have any one of these hook-ups there are special considerations you must keep in mind. If you do not have sewage hook-up, you will be using the trailer's waste tanks, only. This means you will want to be conservative with your water usage as to not fill up the waste tanks before the end of your trip. If you do not have power hook-up, you'll want to have a generator to take along for your trip. If you do not have water hook up, you will be dependent on the water available in the RV's fresh water tank and any additional jugs of water you supply. Again, in this case you'll want to be conservative. For camp sites that do not supply all hook-ups, there is usually available to you a bath-house with bathroom and shower amenities. I encourage all campers to be familiar with 'boondocking' best practices, please read this article: http://www.loveyourrv.com/love-your-rv-boondocking-basics/.