Keystone Owners can Camp on Private Land in Montana and Idaho This Summer
The RV Manufacturer is Teaming Up with LandTrust for This Exclusive Access to 75 Stunning Locations
Keystone RV is joining forces with LandTrust—a company that facilitates outdoor recreational activities on private lands—to help RVers find a place to camp this summer. The two organizations have partnered with 75 landowners in Montana and Idaho to allow overnight stays at RV-friendly ranches, farms, and other properties. The program is available exclusively to Keystone owners, along with their friends and family.
RVers can get a preview of some of the available sites and sign-up to book the locations on the LandTrust website. Once an account is created, Keystone owners can utilize the company’s concierge service to find the properties that best fit their interests. Options include hunting and fishing, hiking, bird watching, photography, horseback riding, and much more.
Booking an activity or overnight stay on one of these properties costs $50-$100, depending on the location. During the Keystone promotion, LandTrust is waiving all booking fees for qualified RV owners, making this an outstanding opportunity to explore Montana and Idaho at an affordable price. And unlike other campgrounds that are busy in the summer, there is a good chance you’ll have the space all to yourself.
“At LandTrust, we exist to enable the enjoyment, profitability, and sustainability of America’s farms, ranches, and undeveloped lands,” says LandTrust Founder and CEO Nic De Castro in a press release. “We’re excited to partner with Keystone to connect their customers with some of our amazing Montana and Idaho ranches, families , and communities for truly unique experiences that have never before been available to the RV community.”
“We’re excited to offer this unique opportunity to our owners,” says Keystone marketing director Christy Spencer. “Finding epic places to camp, especially out west in the summertime, can be a challenge, so we’re thrilled to make that dream come true this year for everyone in Keystone Nation.”
Keystone owners interested in taking advantage of this exciting opportunity are encouraged to visit the LandTrust website. There, you’ll find more information about the available properties, along with any additional activities offered to visitors. For example, one featured location offers clay shooting and fishing, while others provide property tours, mountain biking, stargazing, and fly fishing excursions.