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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.
Ken “Bear” Iddins of Buffalo Hats reveals his unique eight-foot custom Six-Pac shell model with an extremely custom, tricked-out, and modified interior.
Ken “Bear” Iddins of Buffalo Hats has traveled 163,000 miles in his custom Six-Pac truck camper rig making custom western hats.
What happens when you take a triple-slide Chalet TS116 truck camper to the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in South Dakota? Good times.
The Bains keep their camper at their house, plugged-in, stocked-up, and ready to go camping anytime, anywhere, and in any season.
What has two slides, a washing machine, scooter, and a remote controlled Quadcopter with HD video?
Let this be a cautionary tale for husbands who take their wives along to buy a part at a dealership.
After 609,000 unique visitors, 1.2 million visits, and 3 million pageviews in 2013, here are the top 10 articles of 2013.
TCM stars offer their best destinations from 2013. For many of us, these places will be our best camping spots in 2014.
TCM interviewees reveal the best places they went in 2013 and tell us exactly what to do when we go there.
A Phoenix Camper for a Chevy Avalanche takes Joel Bingham and his family back to the future.
Thanks to Lee and Beth Lee, and Mike and Cathie Tassinari, the Gettysburg North-East Jamboree was, once again, a huge success.
Now empty nesters, the Carvalhos sold their fifth wheel and drove cross-country to pick-up their Alaskan Camper, the perfect camper for them.
Doug Baughman tells us about his custom Northstar Arrow 8.5 flatbed, how he used it as a snowplow, and his many mods.
When Bruce and Kathy park their Adventurer 910FBS, roll out their race cars, and put on their helmets, the marriage is off.
Kent Phyfe and his service dog travel to America’s VetDogs events to help raise money for fellow veterans in need.
Here's how Dave and Cindy Gilbert escaped the rat race to live full-time, footloose and fancy free, in a Northern Lite camper.
Henry and Charlotte travel Alaska and the Lower Forty-Eight every year ATVing, boating, and fishing, from coast-to-coast.
Cindy and Mark Hanna tow a twenty-five foot Catalina sailboat behind their 2012 Travel Lite 1000 SLRX Ultra truck camper.
Our report from the most cannon firing, rocket exploding, tie dying, pie eating, band playing event in the history of rallies.
Using satellite technology, 49 readers accepted the challenge to find their truck campers from space. And the winner is...
After nearly half a decade, our all-time favorite out-of-this-world contest returns; Truck Campers From Space!
We asked truck camper owners what they towed with their truck camping rigs, and why.
Here is more evidence that truck campers are the best toy haulers on Earth. From boats to ATVs to race cars.
Kim and Dan Rounsley designed their perfect truck camping beast; a Ford F550 and an Arctic Fox 990.
Thirty-five truck campers gather among the cacti at Inks Lake State Park for the first annual Texas Truck Camper Rally.
Have you ever wondered how to organize and run a camper rally? Mike Tassinari gives us step-by-steps rally instructions.
Four Phoenix Camper owners share their custom Phoenix Camper builds, and the truck camping adventures that followed.
Adventures in truck camping continued in 2012. Catch up to see what fellow truck campers have been up to in 2012.
2012 has been a great year for truck camping! Come see what past Truck Camper Magazine interviewees have been up to.
After surviving the loss of his wife, Dan McKinnon picked himself up, bought a camper, and set out across the country.
Find out how Aaron Barber found himself deep in the Kootenays seriously considering shooting the tires out of an Alaskan Camper rig.
Andy’s words reminded us how important it is to share our passion for truck camping with the next generation.
Denise Hupé shares her love of traveling in her Adventurer truck camper looking for rocks for her Inuksuk sculptures.
Orian Hartviksen shares her truck camping story, from they became truck campers, to their daring off-road and off-the-grid journeys.
CBC Ski and Outdoor Reporter, Paul Karchut plows through winter conditions and outdoor adventures with his Arctic Fox 990.
Don and Holly Walker are passionate Northstar Igloo truck camper owners who just happen to also own a campground near Okeechobee, Florida.
In 1986 the Eickhoffs bought a brand new Four Wheel Camper. Twenty-six years and 225,000 miles later, they’re still going strong.
This article contains detailed descriptions and sumptuous photography of delicious food prepared in a truck camper.
Melanie White of Hellwig Products takes her family out truck camping for the first time in a Ford and Lance Camper rig.
Kate and Sean go truck camping for the very first time, having S'mores, a campfire, visiting miniature horses and more.
Brian Aberle’s bear inspired custom Phoenix pop-up has been the ticket to explore the abundance of outdoor opportunities in Colorado.
Bonnie and Lee talk about their Ford Ranger and Four Wheel Eagle set-up. Their small camper even fits in their garage!
We take a Northern Lite 9-6 Special Edition to the Lobstah Bash hosted by the North-East Truck Camping Jamboree.
What would happen if we used compromised tie-downs and turnbuckles? The importance of tie-downs and turnbuckles is presented in this article.
We were deeply inspired by Natty and Trey; some of what they have experienced would have challenged our desire to continue camping.
Here is the MATCR in a HD time-lapse video taken with a GoPro Hero 2 camera. A fun weekend in 8 minutes!
Bill Teixeira's Adventurer camper went from Adventure Vehicle to Family Emergency Vehicle with Hurricane Irene.