Bigger isn’t always better – that’s especially true when it comes to RVing. Sure, big RVs offer lots of amenities (including residential-sized appliances) and a lots of elbow room, but small RVs offer more than just charm. They’re lighter and easier to tow than their king-sized counterparts – not to mention easier to maneuver into the campsite. Plus, their diminutive size allows them to be taken on the roads less traveled; you won’t be limited to large RV lots with a small RV, so you can enjoy and explore the wildernessto your heart’s content – if that’s your camping style.Just what is a small RV? Opinions vary, but for purposes of this article, we’ll say that a small RV is one that’s under 26’ in length. That means you have to fit a lot of living in a relatively small space. But RV manufacturer Keystone knows how to do just that; they’re masters at creating highly efficient and livable floor plans in a small camper space.
In this blog, we’ll spotlight the floorplans of 6 small Keystone RVs, to show just how much camping punch the manufacturer packs in a small footprint.
Small Keystone Travel Trailers
Two slide-outs – one for the kitchen appliances and one for the dinette, maximize the living space in this small travel trailer. The kitchen features a center island, which is centrally located in the RV. On one end, you’ll find a nice-sized bathroom with a toilet, sink, and corner shower. Adjacent to that, a wardrobe/pantry offers a sizeable storage space for gear or dry goods.
The master bedroom is located at the opposite end and is separated from the living area by an entertainment center. It features a queen-sized bed, 2 wardrobes (with convenient outside pass-through storage), and a laundry chute.
Other features include:
- Laminated Fiberglass Exterior
- Aluminum Framed Constructions
- One Piece Seamless Rubber Roof
- Wide Stance E-Z Lube Axles
- Electric Awning w/ Adjustable Arms
- Three Step Entry
- Tinted Safety Glass Windows w/Night Shades
- Upgraded Memory Foam Mattress in Master
- Full Black Out Window Treatment in Master
- Vent Fan in Lavatory
- Optional Thermal Package for Cold Weather Camping
Bullet Crossfire RVs
Keystone’s Bullet Crossfire line is specially designed for towing behind today’s fuel-efficient vehicles. They’re constructed of light, yet durable materials, and feature:
- Aggressive Front Profile for Increased Towability
- Aluminum Framed Front, Rear and Side Walls
- Laminated Fiberglass Exterior Side Walls
- In-Frame Fresh, Grey, and Black Water Tanks
- Darco Moisture Barrier
- E-Z Lube Axles
- R-11 Insulation in Floor and Roof
- 2” Thick Laminated Aluminum Floor
- 5” – 10” Steel I-Beam Frame with Welded Outriggers
- 1/4” ABS Enclosed Underbelly
- One Piece TPO Roof
- Electric Brake System (4wheels)
- R-7 Insulation in Sidewalls
Each Bullet Crossfire model also includes:
- Dual Propane Tanks with Cover
- Front Diamond Plate
- In-Frame Dual Battery Rack
- Extended 4” Down Spouts
- Triple Entry Steps
- Aluminum Wheels
- 78” Interior Height
- Fiberglass Reinforced Flooring
- Residential Style Furniture
- Water Heater-By-Pass for Winterization
- Night Shades in Living Area
- 17” Oven
- Radius Dinette
- Interior LED Lights
Despite having these great features in common, each Bullet Crossfire model has a unique floorplan that accommodates a wide variety of RV needs and desires.We’ve mapped out the floorplan of each model and noted a few highlights:
Efficiency is the hallmark of this small Keystone RV. The main living area features kitchen/dining area with refrigerator, stove, dinette, and a sizable sink. On one end, you’ll find a surprisingly roomy bathroom, housing a toilet, tub/shower, sink, and wardrobe/linen closet. The other end holds the sleeping area, with a murphy bed and two wardrobes with lighted pass-through storage.
The Bullet Crossfire 1900RD is a small RV that isn’t small on amenities. As you enter, you’ll find the kitchen/dining area on your left. There’s of space for food in this model’s refrigerator and pantry, and plenty of comfortable dining space in the U-shaped dinette. Across from the entry, you’ll find the bathroom with a tub/shower, sink, and toilet. And to the right, you’ll see the sleeping area, with a plush queen bed, wardrobe, and convenient pass-through storage with lighting.
If you’re looking for a small RV with extra room for sleeping, look no further than the Bullet Crossfire 2070BH. This model features a murphy bedand a set of bunk beds! There’s also plenty of food prep and dining room in the centrally-located kitchen area. Bathroom facilities include a tub/shower, sink, and toilet, and are adjacent to the bunks. The main sleeping area also has 2 lighted storage pass-throughs.
Small Keystone Hybrids
Do you like the idea of a small RV, but you need more room? Think outside the trailer, and think about an expandable hybrid. Expandable hybrids have a solid body like a travel trailer, but also have expandable canvas areas (usually for sleeping)that give you a whole lot more room.
The Bullet Crossfire 1650EX is an expandable hybrid that gives offers a whole lot of sleeping area in a small frame. Both ends of the RV expand to hold full-sized queen beds. Plus, there’s a fold-down sofa in the living room. It’s a great RV for growing families!
The Bullet Crossfire 2190EX technically a small RV, but you’d never guess that from the inside. If you had to describe this model in one word, that word would have to be “roomy.” Slide-outs allow for 3 queen beds and a u-shaped dinette. If you need even more sleeping room, there’s a fold-down sofa in the living area.
The slide-outs make way for an interior with plenty of room for plenty of campers. Central on this model and just to the left of the entry is the kitchen area, furnished with a refrigerator, stove, and ample-sized sink. Further down, there’s a bathroom with a toilet, sink, shower, and adjacent wardrobe. To the right of the entry is that fold-down sofa, while across from it is the slide-out with the dinette. The master sleeping area – featuring 2 pass-through storage areas with lighting – is located on the far right.
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