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Keystone Springdale Camper

Keystone Springdale Camper: Your Home Away From Home

Published on Nov 8, 2023 by Matthew Kroll

The Keystone Springdale camper is a versatile and affordable travel trailer that has become a favorite among families and couples alike. Designed to deliver considerable comfort and convenience within a budget-friendly package, Springdale offers a range of floor plans to suit various needs, from cozy couples' coaches to spacious family layouts with bunkhouses. The interiors are crafted to maximize living space and functionality, featuring well-thought-out kitchens, comfortable sleeping areas, and ample storage solutions.

Keystone Springdale Camper

Keystone Springdale Interior Features

Keystone Interior

Keystone Springdale campers are known for their well-appointed interiors that balance functionality with comfort. Here are common features you might expect to find in many Keystone Springdale camper models:


Living Area:

  • Comfortable seating options such as sofas, which sometimes can be converted into beds.
  • Entertainment centers that might include a flat-screen TV, multimedia stereo system with Bluetooth connectivity, and sometimes a fireplace.
  • Overhead cabinets and storage areas for personal items and entertainment media.
Keystone Kitchen


  • High-impact acrylic or stainless steel sinks with high-rise faucets.
  • A three-burner gas range with an oven and a glass top.
  • A microwave oven for quick meal prep.
  • A mid-size refrigerator that typically operates on both gas and electric power.
  • Ample storage with pantry space, overhead cabinets, and sometimes an island (depending on the floor plan).
Springdale Dining Room

Dining Area:

  • A dinette that usually converts into additional sleeping space.
  • Overhead lighting.
  • Storage under the dinette seats.
Springdale Bedroom


  • A queen-size bed with underneath storage in most models.
  • Wardrobes or closets for clothing and personal items.
  • Overhead reading lights and outlets for charging devices.
  • Some models offer a second bedroom, often with bunk beds, which is ideal for families.


  • A foot-flush toilet.
  • A shower or tub depending on the model.
  • A vanity with sink and mirror.
  • Storage for toiletries and linens.
Keystone Springdale Bathroom

Climate Control:

  • A forced-air furnace and air conditioning system to maintain comfortable temperatures.
  • Some models include a ducted system for even air distribution.

Windows and Lighting:

  • Pleated night shades on windows for privacy.
  • LED lighting throughout the interior for energy efficiency.

Flooring and Upholstery:

  • Durable and easy-to-clean flooring materials.
  • Stylish and resilient upholstery on furniture.
Springdale Classic

Connectivity and Power:

  • TV and cable hookups.
  • USB charging ports in various locations.
  • Sometimes pre-wired for Wi-Fi or satellite.

Keystone Springdale Exterior Features

The exterior features of Keystone Springdale campers are designed to provide durability, convenience, and additional living space while you're enjoying the great outdoors. Here are some of the common exterior features you might find on various Keystone Springdale models:



  • Reinforced quality aluminum framed walls for lightweight strength.
  • Diamond plate rock guard on the front of travel trailers to protect from road debris.
  • TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) roof material, known for its long-term durability and ease of maintenance.
Springdale Slide-Out


  • Some models feature slide-out sections that increase the interior living space.


  • Power awnings with LED lighting are common, providing shade and a comfortable outdoor living area.


  • Manual or electric stabilizer jacks depending on the model, which help to level and stabilize the camper when parked.


  • Pass-through storage compartments for larger items, accessible from the outside.
  • Hose and cord storage solutions.
Springdale In Nature


  • Exterior shower or spray port for convenience.
  • Utility hook-ups for city water, 30 or 50 amp electrical service, and cable/satellite connections.
  • Pre-wired and/or prepped for solar power in some models.
  • Black tank flush system to make waste tank maintenance easier.

Safety and Security:

  • Safety glass windows.
  • Exterior lights including tail, marker, and reverse lights.
  • GFCI (Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter) receptacles.
  • Safety chains (for travel trailers).

Outdoor Entertainment:

  • Some models offer an outdoor kitchen with a refrigerator, sink, and grill.
  • Exterior speakers linked to the indoor entertainment system for outdoor listening.
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Tires and Suspension:

  • Radial tires and sometimes a spare tire with carrier.
  • Suspension system designed for smoother towing.

Doors and Windows:

  • Large windows for natural light and ventilation, often with tinted safety glass.
  • Main entry door with a screen door for ventilation.

Appearance and Finish:

  • High-grade exterior graphics and finish.
  • Laminated sidewalls with a smooth finish.


  • Roof vents and sometimes vent covers to allow air flow even when it's raining.

LP Gas:

  • Mounts for propane tanks with easy access covers.

Each Springdale model may include different features, and the manufacturer can update these over time, so it's important to look and understand the specific details for the model and year you are considering.

Keystone Springdale Floorplans

Keystone Floor Plan

Keystone Springdale campers offer a variety of floorplans to accommodate different needs and preferences. These floorplans range from compact designs ideal for couples to larger layouts suitable for families or those who want more space. Here's an overview of the types of floorplans you might encounter within the Springdale line:


Rear Living Floorplans: These typically place the living area at the back of the camper, often featuring large windows, comfortable seating, and an entertainment center, providing a cozy space to relax.


Rear Bath Floorplans: Maximizing privacy and space, the bathroom is situated at the rear, often resulting in a larger bathroom area with more storage.


Front Bedroom Floorplans: These designs offer a dedicated bedroom at the front of the camper, separate from the living areas, providing a quieter sleeping space and a better view.


Bunkhouse Floorplans: Perfect for families, bunkhouse models have additional bunk beds, often located at the rear or as a separate room, providing extra sleeping areas for children or guests.


Toy Hauler Floorplans: Designed for adventure seekers, some Springdale models come with a cargo area to transport ATVs, bikes, or other outdoor gear, converting into additional living or sleeping space when not holding toys.


Outdoor Kitchen Floorplans: For those who enjoy cooking and dining outdoors, certain models include an external kitchen with features like a fridge, stove, and sink.


Slide-Out Floorplans: These models have expandable sections that slide out when the camper is parked, increasing the living space inside. Various layouts might have slide-outs for the dinette, living area, or even the bedroom so you do not have to search for space.


Couple's Coach Floorplans: Tailored for couples, these floorplans offer more living space for two, with larger bathrooms, kitchens, and master bedrooms.

Keystone Springdale Safety Features

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Safety is a crucial aspect of recreational vehicle design, and Keystone RV incorporates various safety features in its Springdale campers to ensure the well-being of its customers. Here are some safety features that you may find in Keystone Springdale campers:

Smoke Alarms and Gas Detectors:

Springdale campers are typically equipped with smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. Many models also include propane gas leak detectors, which are essential when the RV is equipped with gas appliances.

Emergency Exit Windows:

These are designed to be easily opened from the inside in case of an emergency, providing an additional exit if the main door is not accessible.

Fire Extinguisher

Fire Extinguisher:

A standard safety feature, fire extinguishers are accessible in the event of a fire. They're usually mounted in an easily reachable location and intended for accuracy.

Safety Chains (Travel Trailers):

When towing a travel trailer, safety chains are required as an redundant safety measure in case of hitch failure.

GFCI-Protected Outlets:

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlets are included, especially in areas where water is used, such as the kitchen and bathroom, to protect against electrical shock.

Egress Windows:

Keystone ensures that there are egress windows in sleeping areas and that they are clearly marked and easy to operate.

Breakaway Switch:

This safety feature automatically applies the brakes of the travel trailer if it becomes disconnected from the tow vehicle.

Four-Wheel Electric Brakes:

Most travel trailers are equipped with electric brakes on all wheels for better stopping power and safety.

Stabilizer Jacks:

While primarily for comfort, stabilizer jacks also add a measure of safety by preventing the RV from moving or tipping while parked.

Reflective Roadside Markers:

These are included to increase the RV's visibility to other drivers, especially in low-light conditions.

Deadbolt Lock on Entrance Door:

Added security for when you are inside the RV or away from the campsite.

Tinted Safety Glass Windows:

Many models feature tinted safety glass which provides both privacy and protection.

Running Lights and Tail Lights:

Properly functioning running lights and tail lights are crucial for safe towing, making the trailer visible to other drivers.

Tire Pressure Monitoring:

Some higher-end models or those with specific packages may include a tire pressure monitoring system, which can alert you to a potential issue with tire pressure before it becomes dangerous.


It's important to remember that while these features can help prevent accidents and improve response to emergencies, the safety of an RV also greatly depends on proper use, regular maintenance, and the attentiveness of the owner. Before setting out on a trip, it's always recommended to check all safety systems and ensure they are in good working order.

Keystone Springdale Camper Construction

Springdale Camper

Keystone RV is known for its solid and durable construction standards, and the Springdale line of campers is no exception. Here's an overview of the construction features typically found in Keystone Springdale campers:


Frame: Springdale campers are built on a powder-coated I-beam steel frame, which provides a sturdy foundation for the entire structure.


Walls: The sidewalls are usually constructed with a welded aluminum frame for strength and lightweight durability.Depending on the model, the exterior walls may be laminated fiberglass or aluminum clad, both of which are materials known for their longevity and resistance to the elements.


Insulation: The walls, floor, and roof are typically insulated to protect against both hot and cold weather. The level of insulation can vary based on the model and whether or not the camper is equipped with a "Polar Package" or similar upgrade for extended season camping.


Roofing: The roof is often one piece and made from TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) or EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) rubber, materials that are both durable and resistant to UV rays. They are also relatively low maintenance compared to other roofing materials.

Springdale Floor Plan

Flooring: The flooring system usually consists of a one-piece Dyna Span® subfloor with a 25-year warranty, which is resistant to moisture and more rigid than traditional plywood floors.


Slide-Outs: Slide-out mechanisms are designed for ease of use and to maximize interior space. The construction of the slide-out walls typically mirrors that of the main camper walls.


Windows and Doors: Windows in a Springdale camper are often double-paned and tinted for energy efficiency and privacy. The doors are built with durability in mind and include weather-resistant seals.


Exterior Finishing: The exterior finish is designed to be weather-resistant and may include additional protective elements such as a diamond plate on the lower front to protect from rock chips while towing.


Underbelly: Enclosed underbelly options are available to provide additional protection from road debris and to help control temperature by reducing airflow under the trailer.


Ventilation: Roof vents and vent fans are often included to provide good responsible air circulation throughout the camper.


Utilities: The plumbing, gas lines, and electrical systems are all designed with safety and durability in mind. This includes the use of materials that are robust enough to handle the rigors of road travel and temperature fluctuations.


Keystone's Springdale campers are built with an eye toward both longevity and comfort. The construction methods and materials used are chosen to create a balance between weight, durability, and insulation value.

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