For the following factory tour articles, Truck Camper Magazine has visited every truck camper and gear manufacturer across the United States and Canada multiple times. These visits often last several days as we study the people, process, materials, and culture behind the products. Here’s how truck campers are made, and why they’re made that way.
TCM tours the Ford Kentucky Truck Plant to see the Ford F-250, Ford F-350, Ford F-450, and F-550 trucks being manufactured.
TCM tours the Chevy Silverado and GMC Sierra production line at the GM Flint Truck Assembly Plant in Flint, Michigan.
TCM visits the Happijac factory in Kaysville, Utah and shows their incredible state-of-the-art automated sheet metal fabrication room.
TCM visits the Northern Lite factory in Kelowna, British Columbia. Come see how Northern Lite campers are built!
TCM visits Torklift International in Kent, Washington and gets hands on with a brand new Torklift product.
TCM visits the Roadmaster factory in Vancouver, Washington and watches steel and aluminum become tow bars, sway bars, hitches, and braking systems.
TCM visits the Alaskan Camper factory in Chehalis, Washington to see how Alaskan Campers are built!
TCM visits the Adventurer factory in Yakima, Washington to see how Adventurer truck campers are built!
TCM visits the Northwood factory in La Grande, Oregon and watches Arctic Fox campers being built!
TCM visits the Four Wheel Camper factory in Woodland, California and checks out how Four Wheel Campers are built!
TCM visits the Hellwig factory in Visalia, California and finds out what’s hot, extremely hot, screaming orange and yellow hot, at Hellwig.
TCM visits the Lance Camper factory in Lancaster, California and finds cutting-edge computer aided design. Come see how Lance Campers are built!