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Reviewed on October 13, 2023
Owned a pop up for years but outgrew it and decided to buy a camp trailer. Did my research and decided to go with the Keystone 25 foot camp trailer, the Hideout. First thing I noticed was that this trailer didn't tow well .wouldn't track behind my truck even with the Reese equalizer. After 1st trip there were...
Owned a pop up for years but outgrew it and decided to buy a camp trailer. Did my research and decided to go with the Keystone 25 foot camp trailer, the Hideout. First thing I noticed was that this trailer didn't tow well .wouldn't track behind my truck even with the Reese equalizer. After 1st trip there were a lot of cosmetic items that had to be addressed. Trim falling off, speaker covers falling off, outdoor fridge that was tearing up the compartment. Compartment doors that were hanging and binding, lighting that wasn't working, the facet in the sink fell off, cabinet drawers that wouldn't close properly and the list went on. After 2 months in the dealer we went to pick it up and several of the items that were written up weren't fixed so we left it. Went back a week later and now the batteries were dead even though this trailer has solar panels to charge the batteries. We left it again we go back in another week and they tell us that we must have turned off the solar panel disconnect, we didn't. That next weekend we went camping again. As we're driving up the mountain I see something flapping in the wind but can't pull over as we're climbing a 6% grade. When we could pull over we found all the rubber molding that covers the screws was coming off. We get to the camp site and start setting up,The first thing we notice when we open the door was the trailer is full of dirt. We found that two of the windows were sealing allowing dirt to get in the trailer, everything was covered in dust, finedirr. Then when leveling and unpacking. I noticed the aluminum siding on the trailer was warping and coming loose at the wheel wells. The bedroom door wouldn't close, the window shades wouldn't stay up, more interior trim falling off and a hot water heater that only intermittently worked. By the time we got back to town we took it back to the dealer with another laundry list of problems. I regret buying this Keystone Hideout and Keystone has been very flippant saying they will fix it. At this point nothing less than buying this trailer back from me would satisfy my frustration and disappointment.