Many truck camper owners dream of a trip across the United States, visiting National and State Parks, roadside attractions, friends, and family along the way. The following articles will have you wanting to quit your job, grab your keys, and hit the road.
TCM readers reveal Death Valley’s challenging off-road opportunities, unique wildlife encounters, breathtaking trails, and campgrounds.
Here is where to camp and what to see in Ouray, Silverton, Durango, and the Million Dollar Highway.
Maggie MacPherson shares her favorite BLM roads, arches, and slot canyons in the Grand Staircase-Escalante and Vermillion Cliffs.
Ten experienced truck campers reveal a list of must-see roads, trails, and attractions in and around Glacier National Park in Montana.
Readers reveal a list of must-see attractions in and around Alabama Hills in California.
The Binns traveled in their Arctic Fox 1150 visiting as many microbreweries as possible.
Six experienced truck campers reveal a list of must-see roads, trails, and attractions in Grand Teton National Park.
After 40 years and 250,000 miles, the Kochevers have visited almost every U.S. National Park.
Lucien and Helen Langlois had an epic truck camping year exploring Florida, Utah, New Mexico, and Labrador.
Ron Neimann has set an ambitious 3 year goal of driving across America with his Ford F350, custom flatbed, and 1972 Alaskan.
Jim and Mary Jeffries traveled from Cody, Wyoming to Red Lodge, Montana via the Beartooth Highway.
Bill Semion and his cat, Sadie, dare us to explore the western wonders of Nebraska. Welcome to the Cornhusker State.