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Trailer Life Reviews the Front Kitchen Outback

2017 RV of the Year Finalist, the Outback 332FK travel trailer was recently tested and reviewed by Trailer Life Technical Editor Chris Dougherty.  Read what Dougherty has to say, watch the video, then take a 360 VR tour of this one-of-a-kind front kitchen floorplan.

"The 2018 Outback 332FK is a travel trailer version of the Keystone Montana 3820FK fifth wheel we reviewed in the August 2016 issue.  The most striking feature is the automotive-style windshield behind the front dinette.  The dark-tinted windshield affords a commanding view that opens upt he whole kitchen and dining area."

"The test trailer had reclining theater seating in the passenger-side slide and a pull-out sofa sleeper in the driver-side slide the rearward wall contains an entertainment center with 50-inch LED TV, DVD-stereo..."

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100,000th Montana Rolls Out the Door

Keystone RV's Montana division reached a coveted milestone as the 100,000th Montana rolled off the assembly line in Goshen, Indiana.

Introduced in 1998, Montana quickly grew from producing 627 fifth wheels in its first year to become the #1 selling fifth wheel brand according to Statistical Surveys, Inc., the industry's official scorecard.  The recipient of numerous awards over the years, Montana was recognized with the RVBusiness RV of the Year Award in 2016 as well as RV Pro’s Best of Show Award and multiple Trailer Life Read’s Choice Awards. Since 2007 Montana fifth wheels have been awarded the prestigious RVDA DSI Award nine consecutive times.

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Take the Plant Tour & See How Your RV is Made

Take a factory tour and see how your RV is built.  Tours begin in the customer service lounge located at 2425 Davis Drive.  Please email or call ahead to confirm your tour as schedules change. 

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On the Mark

It’s no secret that RV camping is growing by leaps and bounds. RV sales are reaching historical highs as everyone from Boomers to Millennials join the lifestyle. Affordability and family time are big draws. So is finding Zen by way of your camper in today’s hyper-stressed digital world.  Enter the new Keystone Colt.  Smaller. Lighter. Packed with adventure-enhancing features, Colt's perfect simplicity appeals to an expanding universe of campers and outdoor enthusiasts.

Says Keystone product manager Nick Sweazy, “We designed the Colt to satisfy the growing demand for easy-to-tow RVs that offer a full complement of features at a popular price.  Our goal was to create a product that both the first time camper and experienced RVer would be comfortable towing, while delivering a level of comfort and extras seemingly impossible in a camper this size.  Whether you are a tent camper that wants to get off the ground or a veteran RV owner looking to downsize, Colt offers an attractive choice.”

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Why You Should Never Wish Someone a "Happy Memorial Day"

11 Facts You Didn’t Know about Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a national holiday that has become synonymous with the unofficial start of summer, picnics and camping season.  While we look forward to Memorial Day as a time to relax, the true story behind this holiday is more somber and worthy of remembrance.  Did You Know?


1. Memorial Day was originally called Decoration Day as a day of remembrance for those who have died in service of the United States of America.  Since Memorial Day honors those who have made the ultimate sacrifice for our Nation you should not wish someone a "Happy Memorial Day." 

2. Over two dozen cities and towns claim to be the birthplace of Memorial Day. While Waterloo N.Y. was officially declared the birthplace of Memorial Day by President Lyndon Johnson in May 1966, it’s difficult to prove conclusively the origins of the day.

3. Memorial Day was borne out of the Civil War and a desire to honor our dead. It was officially proclaimed on 5 May 1868 by General John Logan, national commander of the Grand Army of the Republic.

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