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.
After selling almost everything, Cheryl Ambrozic moved to the U.S. mainland and into a Phoenix Custom Camper full-time.
Bill Cramer took a big gamble on a 1972 Tiltin’ Hiltin. He gutted the interior and restored it with a 50’s-style look.
Jennifer Keeler and her family push their personal winter dry camping limits to experience their favorite ski resorts of the northwest.
After camping at over 600 campgrounds, Ralph Goff picks his favorite 25 BLM, USFS, and NPS campgrounds across the American West.
Here are 10 truck camper restorations including a 1963 Sani-Cruiser, 1966 Avion, 1971 American Road, 1972 Caveman, 1974 El Dorado, and more.
Get ready for the most utterly outrageous truck camper restoration story you have ever heard. It all starts with a breakdown.
After seven years, David Jolly found the adventure vehicle of his dreams; a Toyota Tundra and Phoenix Custom Camper.
Truck Camper Magazine readers report their best truck camping adventures and experiences from 2016.
Linda Norman drove 2,500 miles to the Alaskan Factory in Winlock, Washington to pick up a custom Alaskan 5.5.
The Siminoff family embarks on a cross-county truck camping adventure with their kids Zachary and Sophia
Living full-time in a Lance camper, wonder woman Maggie Karam explores the USA and Canada, relentlessly pursuing her adventure bucket list.
From his Capri truck camper, Blake Shipman captures the action at the Monster Energy AMA Supercross, Amsoil Arenacross, and more.