The Lifestyle Stories section is full of fun and inspirational stories from fellow truck camper enthusiasts. We hope you love reading these stories as much as we love publishing them. Do you have an interesting truck camping lifestyle? If you do, please share your story.
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.
The message from Don and Lucy is clear; things happen, don’t let them stop you. They also share great Florida camping advice.
Angela and Gordon White take two White's metal detectors out for a truck camping adventure. Is that a 1920 silver Mercury dime?
Mobile office for work and party machine for play, Guy Dalphond's Northern Lite 8-11 is the ideal RV for his lifestyle.
David and Molly Niven show us how free and versatile their lifestyle can be from fishing Montana’s rivers to cello camping.
Larry Bluhm has many uses for his Northstar Laredo; his ride to work every day, an RV, and an earthquake escape vehicle.
Moneta and Dan Woollard, the owners of Thunder RV, take an Arctic Fox 1160 on a trip from Oregon to South Dakota.
Renting a truck camper three times Rose and Gary Kindon caught the truck camper bug and bought a Lance Camper.
Greg Vernovage, truck camping mountain climber, took a Torklift International flag to the top of Mount Everest.
When Dan Spedding talks about his travels, he sounds like a person who just won the lottery.
In the following article, the Lewis’s share many truck camping pet recommendations that would be relevant to both dog and cat owners.
Light the campfire and break out the cast iron Dutch Ovens. It’s time to cook like the cowboys do.
Jack Dykinga shares his incredible landscape photography that he took while out truck camping with his Four Wheel Camper.
Catch up with TCM Stars Barbara Linsley, Jim Davis, Bertram and Kare Furman, Sylvie and Jake Mathis, Jack and Joann Purdy, and...
Catch up with TCM Stars Dave Ruane, Gary and Pam Veeder, Mike and Terri Church, Paul Kellagher, John Bull, Dan and Bonnie...
It’s time to make a fun list. First, travel beyond cell range. Second, find the rally party. And third, bring as many...
After surviving cancer, Karin LaPointe discovered truck camping and the open road. Today she’s a new woman, hungry for adventure. Welcome to...
Rick Johnson boondocks from Alaska to Dinosaur, plans everything ahead, let’s the trip take him, and modifies everything to suit his needs. ...
Laurel’s recipe:  Purge everything.  Put house up for rent.  Buy a truck and camper.  Live your truck camping...
Mike Tassinari takes us behind the scenes of the North-East Truck Camping Jamboree and tells us how to launch our own rallies. ...
For reasons that cannot be explained, Angela White, Editor of Truck Camper Magazine, took on the Warrior Dash.
Ed Krech volunteers in Alabama with his truck camper helping victims of the April 27th tornado outbreak. Here’s his story and some...
The Purdys have been using the same 1969 Ford F-250 truck and 1970 Roll-A-Long Sportster 9.5 camper for over 35 years.
From Point Reyes National Seashore to Humboldt Redwoods State Park, Duffy Hurwin and her Arabian horses love to ride the trails.
When Eric was a boy, his parents took him camping in their Alaskan Camper. Thirty years later, Eric takes his own son...
Mike and Terri Church have published seven RV travel books including Mexico, Alaska, the Pacific Northwest, the Southwest, and Europe.
2011 TCM Calendar Contest winner Dave Ruane ventures out on Friday afternoons and finds a boondocking spot in the dark of night. ...
Get ready to start the truck, load the camper, hook-up the boat, and hit the road for professional bass fishing with Mark...
Here is an article on how you can do more and spend less with a truck camper.
Russ and Donna Miller play sweet music together and chase their dreams one gig at at time. Their tour bus of choice? ...
It’s time to reveal which winning photographs went with what months, and who made the cover. Oh the suspense! Drum roll please…...
Mitch Polinsky loves truck camping, but his head is in the clouds. Is he full of hot air, or has he just...
Everyone has a story about finding a diamond in the rough. For Dave, it was an 1976 Amerigo truck camper.
Gordon and I step out of our hard-side truck camper comfort zone and enter the world of pop-up truck campers.
Mike Schwitters takes us on a wild goose chase sighting waterfowl across the USA in his Phoenix pop-up camper.
Together in their Northstar 8.5 Arrow, Andy and Guinness Spedden seek truck camping adventures in New England.
John Bull shares his camping stories from visiting grandchildren to exploring Big Bend to using his camper as an Emergency Vehicle.
Todd is back from another mid-winter northern Alaska aurora hunting season in his pop-up camper. This time he’s got something all-new to...