A Breakdown of the Keystone Outback

Last Updated on December 9, 2023 by Jess

Keystone RV is one of the best known brands in the RV industry. You’ve probably seen many Keystone RVs parked at the campground. With 16 different model lines, there are dozens of models. Today we’re going to take a look at one model: the Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite.

With its many floorplans and options, this lightweight camper may be just what you’re looking for.

Let’s learn more!

About Keystone RV

Keystone RV, based in Goshen, Indiana, the “RV Capital of the World,” has been manufacturing motorhomes since 1996. Due to its success, Keystone RV was acquired by the Thor Industries RV empire in 2001 for $145 million. Today, Keystone RV is North America’s leading manufacturer of motorhomes with trailers.

Learn more: See why Elkhart, Indiana is the “RV Capital of the World”!

What types of RVs are manufactured?

Keystone RV has focused on the towed RV market. You won’t find any motorized RVs in the lineup, only travel trailers, fifth wheels, Toy Haulers and campers. Keystone also manufactures motorhomes for every budget.

There are “comfort” travel trailers for entry-level buyers to “premium” five-wheelers. In all, Keystone has 16 model lines, including the popular Montana five-wheelers, Bullet travel trailers and Fuzion toy haulers.

What is the Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite Series?

The Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite Series is designed for owners of light commercial vehicles.

These easy-to-tow travel trailers are lightweight and offer a variety of floor plans, from bunk beds to front kitchens to rear living spaces. As a result, there are models in this series for solo travelers, retired couples and growing families.

The Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite Travel Trailer Series

The Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite travel trailer series ranges from 23 feet 4 inches to 34 feet 10 inches in length.

Some accommodate up to six people, while the larger models can hold up to ten. All of these ultra-lite campers weigh under 7,300 pounds empty, and the maximum GVWR is 9,500 pounds.

Keystone Outback 210URS

Length: 23 feet 4 inches

Weight: 4,978 pounds

CCC: 1,822 pounds

Sleeps: Seven

Features: This Keystone Outback travel trailer features a huge rear sleeper with a double bed and bunk beds up front. Even at this length, the 210URS has a separate cabin dinette and sleeper sofa for ample seating and additional sleeping space.

There is a fully equipped kitchen and a full bathroom. An on-demand water heater, 15K BTU air conditioner, 35K BTU furnace, 10-cubic-foot two-way refrigerator, microwave, three-burner range and stove, and microwave are standard features.

MSRP: $49,201

Keystone Outback 221UMD

Length: 27 feet

Weight: 5,304 pounds

CCC: 1,896 pounds

Sleeps: Six

Features: The 221UMD offers plenty of interior space thanks to a super slide that includes a sleeper sofa, pantry, refrigerator and stove. Opposite the slide is a booth dinette and a corner bath in the rear. The microwave is located above the sink at the rear of the vehicle.

The master bedroom is located in the front of the Keystone Outback and has a built-in pet box under the double bed. The same appliances and amenities as the previous model are standard on this model.

MSRP: $52,209

Keystone Outback 240URS

Length: 28 feet 6 inches

Weight: 5,599 pounds

CCC: 2,101 pounds

Sleeps: Seven

Features: At over 28 feet long, the 240URS already offers plenty of interior space, but with the addition of the rear bedroom slide-out, there’s even more room.

This unit is similar to the Keystone Outback 210URS with the king-size rear bed, sleeper sofa and booth dinette. However, due to its greater length, the 2240URS has a large bunk room in the front with a ramp door.

You can haul bikes, kayaks, an ATV or other outdoor gear and easily unload them at the campsite. Then the kids have a huge playroom during the weekend.

MSRP: $53,506

Keystone Outback 244UBH

Length: 28 feet 11 inches

Weight: 5,840 pounds

CCC: 1,830 pounds

Sleeps: Eight

Features: The Keystone Outback 244UBH also features bunk beds. However, this floor plan is more traditional, with the front bedroom, middle living area and rear corner bunks next to the bathroom. These bunk beds are larger than previous models at 55 x 74 inches.

There is no sofa in the 244UBH, but there is a dinette. There is a refrigerator and a bike/loading door in the rear.

MSRP: $52,411

A bunk bed inside a Keystone Outback.

Keystone Outback 260UML

Length: 30 feet 8 inches

Weight: 6,370 pounds

CCC: 1,830 pounds

Sleeps: Six

Features: The first Keystone Outback over 30 feet is the 260UML. It features a large slide on the passenger side with a sleeper sofa and booth dinette. An L-shaped kitchen along the entire rear wall provides ample space for meal preparation. Opposite the sofa is an entertainment center with a 50-inch TV.

The full bath has two access doors, one from the main living area and another from the bedroom. The front bedroom has a king bed, opposite closets, and a built-in pet box under the bed.

MSRP: $55,711

Keystone Outback 271UFK

Length: 31 feet 10 inches

Weight: 6,861 pounds

CCC: 1,639 pounds

Sleeps: Six

Features: The Keystone Outback 271UFK has two slide-outs, one in the rear bedroom and one in the main living area. The rear bedroom has a king bed, closet, and dresser. It is the largest bedroom among the Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite models.

Like the 260UML, this model also has a dual-entry bathroom. The front L-shaped kitchen offers plenty of counter space, and a sleeper sofa and dining area are located across from an entertainment center with an electric fireplace.

MSRP: $59,461

A kitchen inside a Keystone Outback.

Keystone Outback 291UBH

Length: 33 feet 8 inches

Weight: 7,030 pounds

CCC: 1,770 pounds

Sleeps: 10

Features: Another model with a bunk room is the 291UBH, which has 48-inch by 74-inch bunk beds in the rear. This Keystone Outback has a hidden pantry behind the entertainment center, which is across from the sleeper sofa. A booth dinette is conveniently located across from the kitchen.

Barn doors separate the full bath from the living area and front bedroom. Like many units, the 291UBH has a queen bed with side closets and a built-in pet box. This unit also has an outdoor kitchen.

MSRP: $60,301

Don’t forget: See what else Keystone RV has to offer, and check out this full breakdown of the Keystone Raptor!

A living and kitchen area inside a Keystone Outback 291UBH.

Keystone Outback 292URL

Length: 33 feet 11 inches

Weight: 7,280 pounds

CCC: 2,220 pounds

Sleeps: Six

Features: At nearly 34 feet long with two opposing sliding doors, the Keystone Outback 292URL offers the largest interior space of any vehicle because it has no bunk beds. A kitchen island, sleeper sofa, theater seating and cabin dinette provide plenty of room for entertaining.

There is also a display cabinet and pantry in the kitchen for additional storage. The dual-entry bathroom can be accessed from the main living area and the front bedroom. Like the other units, the 292URL has a king bed, side closets and a built-in pet box.

MSRP: $62,874

Keystone Outback 302UBH

Length: 34 feet 10 inches

Weight: 6,910 pounds

CCC: 2,590 pounds

Sleeps: 10

Features: The longest Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite camper is the 302UBH. The L-shaped bunk room is ideal for families with three children. A booth dinette and sleeper sofa are located in the large slide opposite the kitchen.

The 302UBH has an electric fireplace under the entertainment center, a dual-entry bathroom and a front bedroom. There is an additional outdoor storage area in the rear of this unit as well as an outdoor kitchen.

MSRP: $60,616

A bedroom in a Keystone Outback trailer.

Who is this travel trailer suitable for?

As mentioned earlier, the Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite line is suitable for all types of travelers. A couple will find options for a comfortable cooking area.

Solo travelers will find options with ample space for entertaining friends. And a family will find options where everyone has their own bed without having to convert other rooms.

But even though this series is considered “premium” among Keystone motorhomes, it’s designed for weekend camping use, not full-time living. You won’t find the homey finishes or higher-end construction you might see in the “luxury” lines.

So if you want to enjoy weekend camping trips or even week-long vacations, the Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite travel trailer might be a good choice.

Is Keystone RV a good company?

Keystone RV has been in the RV industry for nearly 30 years. Over the years, they’ve listened to customer feedback, developed unique floorplans for different travelers, and stuck with what they do best. With over one million customers and 5,000 team members, Keystone RV must be doing something right.

But like all RVs, the RVs Keystone makes are not perfect. That’s why things break, slides don’t work properly and systems fail.

But when you buy from Keystone, you become part of a family with a million other owners who can help you troubleshoot and offer tips and ideas. Plus, Keystone’s customer service team will work with you to fix your repairs.

So if you’re looking for a lightweight tow vehicle, consider the Keystone Outback Ultra-Lite Series.

Which floorplan best suits your travel needs?

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