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.
Jean-Paul Gerday, handcrafted a custom pop-up truck camper using only a certain online magazine and YouTube for design inspiration.
Ten fellow truck campers share their specific experiences, camping accommodations, and critical tips for navigating, staying, and enjoying major cities.
Chuck and Joyce Webb have driven to Alaska and back three times; twice with their Alaskan camper.
Paul Kellagher tells us about truck camping in Ireland, his European rig, snow-holing, and bivouacking!
Southern Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park is a wonderland of rock columns, spectacular vistas and hikes that inspire the imagination.
Marcos Gadaian bought a Lance Camper, quit his job, rented his apartments, and hit the road full-time.
Everyone needs to see Niagara Falls at least once in their lives. Take your camera, camper, a suitably-sized barrel - and go!
Tired of overpopulated cities? Think you’d like to try a small quiet town? An abandoned ghost town may be just the ticket!
Here’s the plan; head south from San Francisco in a Palomino pop-up, get married in Costa Rica, and explore the Pan-Am Highway.
TCM readers share tips for Big Bend National Park and State Park. All Angela and I can say is, look out for...
At its core, Truck Camper Magazine is a community. Yes, TCM is also several billion clusters of electrons on your laptop, phone...
To see Aurora Borealis, you need to be far north, have a clear night with an unobstructed view, and have some luck.