The Off-Road Adventures section proves that truck campers can go anywhere and camp anywhere. If you’re looking to leave the asphalt and explore dirt roads, logging trails, red rock, and BLM lands, you are in for an off-road and off-the-grid feast. Do you often go off-road with your truck camper? If you do, please share your story.
Jim McCoy tackles the remote off-road nooks and crannies of southwest Utah, and darn near eats it on a most gnarly trail!...
Scott Zeitler and Lora Sholes manage two successful careers and went camping 97 days last year. How do they do it?
Alaskan Camper owner, Maggie MacPherson, reveals where to go and what to see in Capitol Reef National Park in Utah.
Maggie MacPherson points us to some must-see off-road drives and camping spots around Moab, Utah.
Chris McKillican’s stunning HD videos take us deep into British Columbia’s wilderness.
Tim Ray-Tahtinen leaves his comfort zone to tackle the White Rim Trail.
The MacPhersons travel in their Alaskan Camper in search of off-the-grid camping locations.
Tony and Stephanie Sloan skipped the traditional silverware and china and asked only for a Four Wheel Camper.
Kerry and Amy Langdale tell their kids to take a hike, they say, “How far?”
The Sullivan family turns the dirt backroads of America's National Parks, BLM, and National Forests into off-grid memories to last a lifetime.
Stu Pritchard left the working stable to join his retired friends for off-the-grid camping and horseback riding fun in Canada’s wilderness.
Ray and Kay Fox sold their farm to full-time in a Four Wheel Camper. They’ve been living their dreams ever since.
For retirement, the Foutys bought a Hallmark and set-out to explore America.
Bertram and Kare Furman report on their adventures on the White Rim Trail with a Northstar TC800 pop-up camper. Don’t look down!
Jim McCoy definitely embodies the Go Anywhere spirit. With his Ram-Hallmark rig, he pushed the four-wheel drive limits on Elephant Hill.
When their friends bought a Northstar, the Copelands were inspired to get their own, and go off-grid with the kids.
Judy Tilley takes her Hallmark RV from the Mt. Baker Blues Festival to the BLM and National Parks of the West capturing...
From the Rubicon Trail to Fordyce Creek, 4WD enthusiast, Ron Tennyson, takes his Arctic Fox 865 and tricked-out Jeep to the trails.
Fred Williams, Host of Dirt Every Day, takes out a GMC Sierra and a Four Wheel Camper Hawk.
Foster Huntington was working 70 hours a week, longing to be outside and free. He took the road of risk and reward.
Bryan Appleby reveals his full-time camper lifestyle; the good, the bad, and what many of his friends and family thought was crazy.
Jeff Casey’s kids were thrilled to discover presents from Santa Claus in the back of their truck on Christmas morning.
During their off-road adventures, Karen and Jerry Clark discovered the comfort of a Hallmark K2 and the power of a Ford F350.
Suni Williams surfs in Baja, conquers the White Rim Trail, and dares to take roads he knows not where they lead.
Bill and Deane Uthman share 45 years of coast-to-coast camping including favorite National and State Park destinations and rough road getaways.
Inspired by family members with a Northstar TC650, Carol and Mark Wegner bought their own Northstar TC650.
Roseann and Jonathan Hanson are two overland visionaries who saw an opportunity to bring their overland community together, and made it happen.
Steep cliff-side roads with switchbacks and no guardrails will get the blood pumping. Put the Moki Dugway on your bucket list.
David and Jenney Kiel took their trailer to Utah and discovered that pop-up truck campers are awesome.
Wheels spinning and off the ground, Hallmark, Four Wheel, and Phoenix Campers tackle the off-road Land Rover Overland Course.
Tim and Ginger Burk urge us to hit the off-road truck camping fun button with a go cart, canoe, and dune buggy.
After getting his first Hallmark truck camper, Matthew Bernier decided to take on a quick winter crossing of Engineer Pass.
Sam Deen takes his Ford Raptor and Phoenix PULSE custom truck camper rig off-road in search of off-the-grid camping.
Mark and Michele launched a successful Colorado wedding photography business and a lifestyle full of freedom, independence, and discovery.
Capitol Reef National Park located in southern Utah has world famous slot canyons, geologic beauty, and truck camping opportunities.
How do you go camping in the winter and not freeze? Bruce and Kim give us some very useful winter camping tips.
Alaskan Mini owner, Guy Tokunaga, takes his hard-side pop-up camper all over the American West.
Visiting National Parks, exploring backroads, enjoying the many wonders of nature, including grizzlies, Stu and Karla set off for off-road adventures.
Camping off the beaten path, Ted and Donna share their off-road lifestyle with us as they go boondocking in the American West.
As some folks reach retirement, they put on the brakes and ease back on the gas. Not Tracy and Steve Schuster.
With their Hallmark Cuchara, Bob and Diana venture out to take amazing photographs of wildlife and paint the beautiful scenery around them.
In Off Road Truck Camping 101, Jim McCoy gives advice on dirt roads like the Doll House in Canyonlands.
Find out about how Patrick Brannan was trapped in the snow and how his Northstar TC700 came to his rescue.
Custom camper and tricked out 1978 Chevrolet K10 conquer the White Rim Trail and Kokopelli Trails in Utah.
It’s a wonderful wake up call to meet someone who challenges you to live a fuller life. Meet Cheryl White.
Frank Ross explores Nevada for a week and a half in a Hallmark Milner XL pop-up truck camper in search of petroglyphs.
Dennis Boxdorfer takes us to Moab with his Palomino camper, Jeep, and a full roll cage. Off to the Easter Jeep Safari!
Bertram Furman shares advice and reflects on his experiences in Anza Borrego Desert State Park and other favorite camping spots.
It’s time to head off-road and onto BLM lands for the prospect of finding beautiful rocks, minerals, and gem stones.
A truck camper can go anywhere a truck can go. This is what happens when a river runs through it.