For Question of the Week, we ask a few thousand of our closest truck camping friends what they think on a wide range of truck camping topics. Do you have an idea for a great Question of the Week? Contact us to share your idea.
Here are some truck camper porches and decks that readers have designed on their own rigs.
Readers share if their bed liner impacts loading, unloading, or any other facet of using their truck camper.
Truck Campers tow everything from Yamaha WaveRunners to Suzuki Samurais to ATVs to Haulmark enclosed car haulers and more.
When asking readers about towing jeeps behind their truck camper rigs, we found that campers tow Jeeps, Samurais, and Willys.
For anyone who’s even remotely interested in possibly taking canoes, kayaks, or inflatable boats, this two part series is an absolute must.
Truck camper owners reveal their canoes, kayaks, and inflatable boats, hauling solutions, and favorite rivers, lakes, and open water opportunities.
Readers show us how they bring their mopeds, scooters, or motorcycles on their front hitch, rear hitch, or trailer.
If you ever wondered what folks are towing in the utility trailers behind their rigs, here’s a peek at what’s inside.
We were delighted to discover just how many different truck camping hobbies our readers enjoy. Wait, one guy is takes a midi-lathe?
Move over orange juice. Forget about it bacon. This week’s poll shows us one thing conclusively; we eat breakfast in our campers.
Readers have shared how they have made their camper's seating more comfortable. Check out these sofa, recliner, and cushion solutions.
Here are the results from the 2016 Truck Camper Gear article that we shared on April Fools Day.
In our photography poll this past week, over 65% of our readers stated that they are at the enthusiast-level or professionals.
We asked TCM readers if the experience of truck camping has changed their perspective on their house, home, and belongings.
We asked our readers to name their favorite National Parks. Here are the top 5 National Parks for truck campers.
This week’s question was, “What are your 2015 truck camping plans?” Over 60 readers responded.
Here are the top five essential truck camping tools that our readers would never leave home without.
From Walmarts, Cracker Barrels, truck stops, Cabelas, and the beach, readers confess to their pirate stealth camping preferences.
Readers share what they had before their camper. Would you believe that 12.59% of our readers had a Class A motorhome?
Readers shared their truck camper shower upgrades, modifications, and techniques that improved their camper shower experience.
After visiting an alligator farm and an illegal castle in Colorado, we asked our readers about the craziest places they have visited.
Here are all the alternative trucks fellow truck campers would want should all the pickup trucks get eaten.
Readers share if they've met someone on the road who was featured in Truck Camper Magazine.
We asked the readers if this jaw-dropping change in the price of fuel has influenced your truck camping plans for 2015.
We didn’t expect all the funny stories. See how far and for how long people drive in a day.
We asked readers what they wanted for the holidays this year. Solar panels top the lists.
Readers told us if they had an inverter. Answers ranged from 350-watt to 1000-watt Xantrex, Vector, Cobra, and Tripp Lite inverters.
Readers talk about whether or not they have upgraded their truck’s shocks. They talk about brand and how it's changed their ride.
Readers confess on whether they trust the dash or figure out hand-calculated MPG. We hand-calculate, and will keep on camping.
Get ready for some of the most outrageous truck camper dump station stories ever to grace the fine electrons of TCM.
Here are the results of the sub-wing vote about giving up interior space to eliminate the sub-wings on your camper.
Readers told us if they already have or would consider a replacement fuel tanks. Check out these auxiliary fuel tank solutions.
Readers talk about Roadside Assistance and their contingency plan should they experience a mechanical breakdown.
Thirty-seven readers responded to reveal their brush guards. They also share their bull bar opinions, set-up, and experiences.
Readers tell us what television systems they have in their truck campers. We asked them the make and model of television.
Here are the results of this week's vote for our favorite truck camper rally activities.
There are some very clear maintenance, repair, and troubleshooting subjects that you want us cover with our project camper.
Readers share their back-up camera recommendations. We find out if they actually use them and the make and model they use.
Readers told us the make and model of their portable barbecue and how they connect it to propane.
Readers share what they eat for road food. The reader responses will probably make you hungry!
Readers sent in pictures of their vintage truck campers from the 60s, 70s, or 80s. Here are the responses and photographs.
We asked readers what they put in their wheel well areas. Let's just say it's a lot more than water and shoes.
Readers tell us how they go about conserving water on the road; from short Navy showers to unique ways of washing dishes.
In this shower shocker, readers without camper showers respond. Many of these folks don't even have bathrooms. How is this possible?
Readers with dry baths told us if they use the shower to shower or if they use it for storage.
Today we're publishing the wet bath truck camper confessions. Readers tell us if they shower or don't shower in their campers.
We asked readers if they go camping in their backyard. Thirty folks confess to camping very, very close to home.
109 readers talk about whether they insure their camper with their truck, separately, or not at all.
Readers share if they have needed to use 4WD low while camping. Check out the sand, snow, rock and dirt photos.
Readers show us that four wheel drive low range is for slow speed maneuvering, backing down slick boat ramps and winter driving.