A Breakdown of the Keystone Hideout

If you’re looking for a travel trailer to take out a few times a year to the local campground or state park, the Keystone Hideout may be for you.

From small single-axle models to larger double-axle models, bunk beds to Murphy beds, no slide-outs to multiple slide-outs, this travel trailer line from Keystone offers 57 floorplans with various options.

Cole Davis founded Keystone RV in 1996. He had a vision to help owners “camp better.” This hasn’t changed over the years, although other aspects of the business have.

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This single-axle trailer offers sleeping space for the whole family. In the rear of the 175BH are bunk beds and a full bathroom for easy access for the kids.

Keystone Hideout 175BH

This trailer is the same size as the 175BH but about 400 pounds heavier. It offers families the exact same layout but with one slide-out to provide extra interior space.

Keystone Hideout 176BH

The Keystone Hideout 26BHS provides even more space. This option features a double entry, with one of the doors leading straight into the rear bathroom.

Keystone Hideout 26BHS

This unit is the same as the 26BHS, except it doesn’t feature the double entry. And it doesn’t have a door directly to the bathroom from the outside.

Keystone Hideout 26BHSWE

This travel trailer contains a left-facing jack knife sofa and a larger U-shaped dinette. This may be a good option for larger families who need more seating space for kids.

Keystone Hideout 28BHSWE

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