The Expeditions section includes travel from all over the world. We have articles from Alaska, Canada, the United States, Mexico, and beyond. We also focus on overland travel with unique travel rigs.
Maggie MacPherson shares her favorite BLM roads, arches, and slot canyons in the Grand Staircase-Escalante and Vermillion Cliffs.
Ten experienced truck campers reveal a list of must-see roads, trails, and attractions in and around Glacier National Park in Montana.
John and Paula quit their jobs, sold almost everything, rented their house, and set out for South America in a Hallmark Milner.
Dann and Helen O’Kane share their circle tour of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces via The Trans-Labrador Highway.
Holger Neumann goes camping in Iceland, the Land of Fire and Ice.
D Gorton and Jane Adams go on a European adventure with a Tonke camper.
The Loucks discover amazing camping opportunities in British Columbia and Yukon Territories.
The Bronsbergs take the Alaska Marine Highway north, the Alaska-Canada (ALCAN) Highway south.
Readers reveal a list of must-see attractions in and around Alabama Hills in California.
The Binns traveled in their Arctic Fox 1150 visiting as many microbreweries as possible.
Six experienced truck campers reveal a list of must-see roads, trails, and attractions in Grand Teton National Park.
After 40 years and 250,000 miles, the Kochevers have visited almost every U.S. National Park.
Ross and Anna Weber share their experiences and best recommendations for truck camping through Labrador and Newfoundland.
Lucien and Helen Langlois had an epic truck camping year exploring Florida, Utah, New Mexico, and Labrador.
Paul Schwenzfeier took a solo trip to all the way to Prudhoe Bay, Alaska in his Palomino B1200.
To celebrate their 50th anniversary, Gene and Donna Miller sold their Class A and took their Eagle Cap triple-slide to Alaska.
The Herzfelts share their 102 day, 17,223 mile adventure trip of a lifetime from Wisconsin to Alaska.
Ron Neimann has set an ambitious 3 year goal of driving across America with his Ford F350, custom flatbed, and 1972 Alaskan.
Jim and Mary Jeffries traveled from Cody, Wyoming to Red Lodge, Montana via the Beartooth Highway.
Bill Semion and his cat, Sadie, dare us to explore the western wonders of Nebraska. Welcome to the Cornhusker State.
Gary and Elizabeth Gray shipped their Travel Lite truck camper rig from Florida to Argentina to camp and travel in South America.
Jorn Vangoidtsenhovenhas just published Follow Your Bliss: Road Trip Into Central America, a book full of inspiration, photography, and overlanding tips.
Chloé and Toby Conroy crossed into Mexico on November 2013 in a Northstar TC650 truck camper rig. Seize the road!
Jorn and Haichong quit their jobs, sold their house, downsized to a truck camper, and then hit the road full-time.
We explore San Antonio including The Alamo, River Walk, and the Spanish missions. We also wanted to visit the Toilet Seat Museum.
Al Stebbins shares his 8,000 mile truck camping trek from the Shenandoahs, across the plains, into Idaho’s City of Rocks, and home.
After a bad tenting experience, Chris Adams and his wife, Michelle, discovered CampLite truck campers and never looked back.
Let's go camping in Utah! Michele Sprague takes us on a visual journey into Utah’s incredible boondocking opportunities.
Without a GPS or cell phone, the Webers set out in a 2013 Palomino Maverick M-6601 to explore Canada’s Northwestern wilderness.
Lucien and Helen Langlois go truck camping in eastern Canada through the provinces of Labrador, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia.
TCM visits NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida and camps at Jetty Park.
What happens when two dozen truck camping adults go to Lake Buena Vista, Florida, stay at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort?
In the cold grasp of winter the Watsons set out in their Alaskan Camper to photograph the architecture of the southwest.
Skip and Linda Bosley follow the Lewis and Clark trail, drive on Route 66, and go on a California expedition.
Pat and Brian Pilat take their Hallmark K2 deep into Canada’s wilderness searching for gold mines, ghost towns, and more.
San Diego resident, Nolan Sturgeon, takes his family and Eagle Cap camper to the Pacific Ocean, Anza Borrego Desert, and Mount Laguna.
Gary and Liz Gray sold their RV, flew to the USA, bought a camper, and explored coast-to-coast, and Canada to Mexico.
With his Ford F150 and Four Wheel Keystone pop-up camper, Mark explores nature from coast-to-coast, working from the road as he travels.
Bonnie and Mike Pascucci are the Torklift International Treasure Hunt winners. They went to Alaska in a Northern Lite 9-6Q.
Iris and Michael Imwolde bought a Northstar Escape Pod 750 flatbed camper and went on a year long trip.
Mark Turnbull took his Four Wheel Camper Hawk on a 14,052 mile trip including two months in Alaska and the Yukon Territories.
After visiting Yellowstone National Park 8 times, Todd Rightsell gives us the inside scoop on the best features, campgrounds, and hikes.
Todd Rightsell takes us on a photographic camping adventure through Yellowstone National Park.
Andres ordered a custom Hallmark Guanella sight unseen for off-the-grid exploration of South America.
Todd Rightsell brings us the best of Glacier National Park in pictures, hikes, drives, campgrounds, and boondocking.
After discovering an Adventurer 76R slide in camper, Christopher Smith explored New Zealand’s natural wonders and gravel roads.
Starting in Michigan, the Reinkers set out in their Northstar TC650 on a 8,872 mile, 21 day cannonball run to Alaska.
Jerry Caldwell shares his top ten tips on exploring Alaska on a budget including how to save on food, fuel, and camping.
Mark Turnbull helps us plan a trip to Alaska by sharing his trip planning, truck packing, rig modifying, tips and experiences.
Skip Bosley shares insider tips on Florida boondocking, state park reservation strategies, and taking grandkids to the Magic Kingdom.