Canada has some of the most spectacular countryside one can explore in a truck camper. These stories take you deep into the Canadian wilderness, from Newfoundland to Vancouver, and many National and Provincial Parks in between. Have you traveled extensively through Canada with your truck camper? If you have, please share your story about traveling through Canada.
Don’t even think about tackling the spectacular Dempster Highway without reading Martin Spriggs’ critical list of do’s and don’ts.
We attend a 7-day, 200-kilometer French Canadian rally and tour the Quebec Province with 15 fellow truck campers.
To celebrate Canada’s 150th Anniversary, Steve and Mary Leonard embarked on an ambitious trip to visit every province.
Nate Kew and Nancy Murray take their Northern Lite truck camper rig to the Arctic Ocean via the Inuvik-Tuktoyaktuk Highway.
Do you want to go camping on Vancouver Island? Here are some tips to the ferries and getting around Victoria.
14 experienced truck campers reveal a list of must-see roads, trails, and attractions in the spectacular Canadian Rockies.
Dann and Helen O’Kane share their circle tour of Canada’s Atlantic Provinces via The Trans-Labrador Highway.
The Loucks discover amazing camping opportunities in British Columbia and Yukon Territories.
The Bronsbergs take the Alaska Marine Highway north, the Alaska-Canada (ALCAN) Highway south.
Ross and Anna Weber share their experiences and best recommendations for truck camping through Labrador and Newfoundland.
Without a GPS or cell phone, the Webers set out in a 2013 Palomino Maverick M-6601 to explore Canada’s Northwestern wilderness.
Lucien and Helen Langlois go truck camping in eastern Canada through the provinces of Labrador, Newfoundland, and Nova Scotia.