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.
We explore San Antonio including The Alamo, River Walk, and the Spanish missions. We also wanted to visit the Toilet Seat Museum.
Al Stebbins shares his 8,000 mile truck camping trek from the Shenandoahs, across the plains, into Idaho’s City of Rocks, and home.
After a bad tenting experience, Chris Adams and his wife, Michelle, discovered CampLite truck campers and never looked back.
Let's go camping in Utah! Michele Sprague takes us on a visual journey into Utah’s incredible boondocking opportunities.
TCM visits NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida and camps at Jetty Park.
What happens when two dozen truck camping adults go to Lake Buena Vista, Florida, stay at Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort?
In the cold grasp of winter the Watsons set out in their Alaskan Camper to photograph the architecture of the southwest.
Skip and Linda Bosley follow the Lewis and Clark trail, drive on Route 66, and go on a California expedition.
San Diego resident, Nolan Sturgeon, takes his family and Eagle Cap camper to the Pacific Ocean, Anza Borrego Desert, and Mount Laguna.
With his Ford F150 and Four Wheel Keystone pop-up camper, Mark explores nature from coast-to-coast, working from the road as he travels.
After visiting Yellowstone National Park 8 times, Todd Rightsell gives us the inside scoop on the best features, campgrounds, and hikes.
Todd Rightsell takes us on a photographic camping adventure through Yellowstone National Park.