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After seven years, David Jolly found the adventure vehicle of his dreams; a Toyota Tundra and Phoenix Custom Camper.
Truck Camper Magazine readers report their best truck camping adventures and experiences from 2016.
Linda Norman drove 2,500 miles to the Alaskan Factory in Winlock, Washington to pick up a custom Alaskan 5.5.
The Siminoff family embarks on a cross-county truck camping adventure with their kids Zachary and Sophia
Living full-time in a Lance camper, wonder woman Maggie Karam explores the USA and Canada, relentlessly pursuing her adventure bucket list.
From his Capri truck camper, Blake Shipman captures the action at the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, Amsoil Arenacross, and more.
Readers provide tips and tricks for snowbirding in California, Arizona, Texas, and Florida.
Full-time truck camper and traveling foodie, Rhonda Delameter, shares her secrets to cooking gourmet meals on the road.
Here are six pest control pointers to keep the critters, creepy crawlers, and other uninvited creatures from invading your truck camper.
John and Diane Grefer have made their cross-country travel dreams come true in a Four Wheel Camper.
Mark and Rosemary Hellwig bought a brand new Lance 1062, so we asked them 10 questions about their new Lance rig.
Roland and Kate Goetz made the terrifying decision to sell their house and take a journey to rediscover who they are.
Mark and Amy Dyvig follow the same trip west at Mark’s grandmother had in 1931.
Michael Ra constructed one of the most creative homemade truck campers we’ve ever seen. This is his full-time truck camping story.
After serving in the US Army Special Forces, Troy O’Rourke has a new mission, gathering intelligence and deploying equipment to capture bass.
Layne Brown challenges herself to summit the Lower 48 states before she turns 60.
The Haymore family loves their truck camper rigs; 17 people and 4 pop-up campers!
Jim and Janet Manis show us how to turn a 2,200 mile trip into a 3,900 mile wandering adventure. Step one, no...
Sending and receiving mail and packages while traveling throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico.
Eddie and Pat Hayden take their Palomino pop-up camper deep into western Canada and the national parks to capture the wildlife, landscapes,...
Professional Rodeo Cowboy, Bradley Harter, is on the road in his Capri truck camper over 200 nights and 90,000 miles a year. ...
Eckhart and Linda Franz have been exploring the back roads of North America.
After 1 million unique visitors and 4.2 million page views in 2015, here are the top 10 most read TCM articles.
Jim Kauffman takes his 2015 Ram 5500 and 2014 Eagle Cap 1160 to antique tractor shows to display his remarkable collections.
With his Phoenix Camper rig, Hugh Benscoter tows his 1963 Corvette to Corvette FunFest.
Anyone who tows with a truck camper rig must see Roger Odahl’s boat ramp loading solution.
Florida Panhandle campgrounds, beaches, museums, restaurants, and parks including how to see the Blue Angels for free.
Mike Bachman shares an incredibly fortunate truck camping cautionary tale about hitting ice at altitude, flipping over, and walking away.
Fifty additional truck, camper, and towed boat rigs revealed. Don’t miss Redneck Bob’s ultimate truck camper and boat solution at the end.
Readers share their camper and boat rigs. We learn more about boating and meet more truck campers who tow boats.
Daniel Hall’s heart warming story of restoring a 1958 Alaskan Camper and showing it to Irene Hall, Co-Founder of Alaskan Campers.
Bryan Appleby shares tips for stealth camping. No Walmarts or Cracker Barrels necessary.
Full-time RVers, George and Sarah Baker, use their self-leveling Ford F450 flatbed for a fifth wheel and an Arctic Fox 990.
Kim and Don Greene have created Harvest Hosts, which is a new solution to overnight camping in the USA, Canada, and Baja.
What are we all doing on the road? What are we searching for? Is it just about adventure?
Gary Lech fires eight-foot Level 3 rockets 14,500 feet into the atmospheres of Oregon and Nevada.
Nick Rukvina and his dog, Boomer, share their life-saving snake aversion training experiences. Every dog owner should read this.
Captain Ray VanHorn, aka the Gypsy Angler, travels the USA in his CampLite rig searching for fishing opportunities.
Thirty-one more TCM stars chronicle on their top choice truck camping hot-spots and cool adventures from 2014.
Twenty-five TCM interviewees report on their favorite 2014 truck camping destinations and experiences.
Richard Raymond and Celine Allen were the 2013 Torklift International Treasure Hunt winners.
What happens when you have an Eagle Cap 1160 double-slide, a Ram 5500 and custom storage bed, and a 1984 BMW 318i?
Erika Hokanson and her Akitas set out from the east in a Northern Lite seeking freedom and adventure.
Rob Sampson tows a tugboat behind his Toyota Tundra and Four Wheel Camper Raven Rig. At his side is Winnie his Pug.
D. Gorton shares his story of restoring a 1967 Avion C-10 camper and returning it to the American road.
Artist and outdoorsman, Jack Paluh, perches his easel on the roof of his Phoenix Custom Camper and paints the outdoors.
The ninth-annual Mid-Atlantic Truck Camper Rally was from Thursday, May 1st through Sunday, May 4th. Here's the report.
Over 60 truck camper rigs converged at Guadalupe RV Resort for the 2014 Texas Truck Camper Rally organized by Princess Craft Campers.
Doris and Mark Bluth live in their Northern Lite 10-2 RR Dry Bath five months a year work camping.
With his Phoenix Custom Camper, Mitch Kistner has his sights set on making it to the Bassmaster Elite Series.