2014 Keystone Fuzion
2014 Keystone Fuzion
Member since 2018
My name is Jason and my wife's name is Elizabeth. We have been married for almost 12 years. I retired from the Navy in 2017. My wife and I have a party rentals business as well but that's not doing so well with the pandemic. Now I rent our trailer when we arent using it and I make Lamps with an interesting design. Prior to retirement, we bought this awesome travel trailer and absolutely love it. We got exactly what we were looking for in a trailer. It has a spacious living area and wanted one with a kitchen island and a shower that I can stand inside of and not touch the walls or ceiling while in it. Our trailer does not look big from the outside but it feels very big on the inside and very comfortable with tons of storage. We have tent camped since childhood and love camping as adults, except this kind of camping is on a whole new level. It's just like home away from home except our neighbors keep changing out. We hope you have a good time during your stay and if there is anything we can do to make it more enjoyable to just let us know.
Welcome to our spacious, clean, and relaxing trailer that looks brand new inside and out! The trailer sleeps 5, 7 with the aid of an air mattress between kitchen island and dining table. Centralized heating and A/C, vented to every space and large 16 Gal water heater supplies plenty of hot water when needed. Master bedroom equipped with a RV queen size bed, 2 drawer dresser, plenty of cabinet space, USB fast charging outlets on each side of the bed, 24" Digital TV with built in DVD player and amplified speakers, dark shaded skylight allowing you to sleep in without the sunlight waking you up. This unit has two slide-outs opposite of each other giving it that large open feel. Kitchen area along with center island allows for lots of cabinets and counter space. Living room has two recliners apnd loveseat that also turns into a bed that has a queen air mattress and a built-in AC powered built-in air pump. Dinette area has dining table with four chairs. Living room has a 32" LCD TV, DVD/CD, AM/FM radio with an HD TV long-range antenna, blue-ray player, surround sound speakers and 2 additional speakers outside. Bring all your favorite movies and music for you to kick back and relax inside this vacuum bonded and fully insulated enclosed all-weather trailer for those cold evening nights. Restroom is of more than adequate size and has a shower designed with the tall people in mind. Septic-safe toilet paper, trash bags, and cleaning supplies are supplied. This trailer also has a built-in central vacuum cleaner and all the needed attachments stowed below the loveseat. The trailer propane bottles mounted on front are for trailer use only. The trailer does accept 30 & 50 Amp and comes equipped with all the power cables, power adaptors, hoses and fitting that will be needed while in full-hookups. This trailer is very cozy and we hope it will make your stay comfortable and rewarding for a memorable vacation during this time in a home away from home.
Looking for a spacious living area? You found it, this is the one for you! You will love our Hemisphere Lite Trailer. It sleeps 5. Delivery within 75 miles for a fee. When filling out the request, let us know your dates, location if delivery is requested, and anything required during your stay that might not be listed. No smoking and no roof-top access. Bike rack on back bumper, very large electric awning with LED lighting, electric jack in front, lots of storage inside and out. An extra large slide out on one side and another large slide adjacent to it, makes the living room area look very roomy and spacious for the whole family. When you reserve with us, we know you will have a great time so happy glamping!
9 x 12 indoor/outdoor reversible black/brown. This helps keep the dirt and dust from going into the trailer.
2.5' Long x 18"Wide x 20", 24", 29"Tall.
Used with Fire Pit and 8Ft tall outdoor patio heaters.
6'L x 30"W x 29"H, white plastic top, black metal folding legs
2015 Salem Hemisphere Lite 272Rlis
About the host, Jason
Excellent communication, everything worked as described, went above and beyond. Jason is extremely thorough as to what is necessary for a successful rental.
We will definitely rent from Jason again. He was very thorough and spent time going over everything! Super clean and organized inside. What a pleasure to work with.
Thank you Jason for an exceptional experience and hassle free renting!
Simply put, Jason & the RV were great. He went above and beyond & I would definitely do business again.
Both Jason and his wife were amazing! They made my trip so easy and gave great tips along the way.
Jason was wonderful! His trailer was beautiful, clean, and perfect for what we needed it for. He was very attentive and helpful with any questions we had. Everything was explained thoroughly and he made sure that we had everything we needed for the weekend.
I would not rent from Jason and his wife Elizabeth again. I’ve read there negative reviews and I rented anyway. Please believe reviews. We did a walk thru and I was told that I wold get a refund of my deposit. Two day later there is a problem. Do not rent from him at all.
In response to Eulander's review. The only negative review I have was nothing of mine or my wife doing. It was an older man that was over experienced in camping in an old RV. When I started to tell him how to drain the tanks, he told me not to bother because he knows how. Even though I am thorough with the how-to's, I wasnt going to disrespect the guy and tell him anyways. I guess older RV's didn't have 3 dump tanks which comes with 3 separate dump handles. Bottom line he missed a handle and he must have used it after dumping because all 3 tanks was not emptied. The other was his prescription in his glasses needed a refill because he didn't read the write up regarding the size of beds.
As for Eulander's review, if she would have read the rules regarding Security Deposits then she would have known that I have 2 days to make a claim and 7 days to claim partial, all, and/or more up to the deductible of insurance. Thats if I found something wrong after our post camping joint inspection. In this case, the dump fee was already paid for. The problem was when I got home i parked and immediatly started dumping the waist tanks. While dumping, I was having problems with the black tank to drain. After 2 days of doing multiple tank flushes and multiple pans of boiling hot water poured into the toilet i was still having problems. I put a boroscope down the toilet and found a loosely waded up aluminum foil piece inside the tank and was near the black tank drain. That's when i immediatly notified Eulander and Outdoorsy. The next day I was able to retrieve the aluminum foil and removed a couple of wipes and what looked like thick paper towels just clogging the tank. On day 3 I was able to get the black tank to fill and drain and now showing correct quantity on the indicator panel. I couldn't prove that it was their intentional doing so I informed her and Outdoorsy and released her security deposit. Not once did I do anything of wrong doing to Eulander and her family except being to generous. I could have taken her entire deposit, if I would have taken it to a repair facility or just charged her for the many hours i spent troubleshooting it. She does not know how to take care of other people's property even when everything is explained and backed up by what is written in the contract. She even tried to blame me because her food spoiled, that she had in the refrigerator because she didnt put fuel in the generator. I even brought her an extra tank of gas for it at no extra charge. She called me twice the first night telling me the generator quit running and wouldn't start. The gas can had the directions on it on how to open the safety gaurd for the gas can spout to be able to pour the gas. She also managed to drain down the almost new 12 volt battery. The next day I went there and poured the gas (the same gas can I gave them the day before) into the generator and it started right up. I was very thorough on how things worked in our trailer and tried to ensure they all had a great glamping experience prior to me handing over the keys. Just some people should just stick to good old tent camping. I am glad she doesn't want to rent from me anymore and hopefully she doesn't get approved to rent from anyone else either. To all the owners beware of shady people and always communicate through their system. To all my future renters, it's ok if you are new to renting an RV or new to dry camping. Just let the owners know so we can make sure that everything is explained to you. We can't take for granted that everyone knows how things work including getting gas to come out of a gas can!