New to truck camping? Start with the Newbie Corner! The following articles will help you to find the right truck camper for you and properly match it to a truck. Let’s get started.
Steven Merrill reveals his extensive preparations for a long-term, off-road, and off-the-grid truck camping experience.
Steven Merrill takes us step-by-step through the process of preparing a house to be unoccupied during extended truck camping trips.
The most common question readers ask us at a RV show is, “Who makes the best truck camper?” Here is our answer.
This article is designed to simplify, as much as possible, the process of matching a safe and successful truck and camper.
After months of planning, Truck Camper Magazine debuts what could be the most carefully matched truck and camper.
Our CAT scale experience was so preposterous, so impossible, so absurd that no one, even ourselves, could believe it.
Gary Whistler is a retired Certified Director of Safety and a truck camper with helpful tips on camper driving safety.
Gary Whistler discusses the importance of knowing your rig dimensions and driving unloaded and loaded.
Retired police officer, Bryan Appleby, shares his safety advice for campers including potential threats, camping security, and dangerous animals.
Retired Police Officer, Bryan Appleby, shares expertise on carrying firearms and non-lethal self-defense tools while truck camping.
Truck campers have dual purposes as a Family Emergency Vehicle, a survival RV, bug out vehicle, or a natural disaster vehicle.
This is the story of Pam and John Stuart, two people who had never been truck camping.
Tom and Heidi had never been RVing, never been to California, and had never been truck camping... until now.