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Northstar Articles

From a factory tour to lifestyle stories, Truck Camper Magazine has many articles about Northstar.  Here are some examples:

Two Fifth Wheels And A Truck Camper

Ted and Jan Werner have a Ford F-550 with a custom bed, a Northstar 12STC truck camper, and two fifth-wheels.  Guess which RV is their go anywhere, camp anywhere solution?  Guess which RVs mostly stay put?  After 11 years as full-time RVers, the Werners have created a compelling solution to life on the road.

Bold New Beginning

Steve and Tobi Collett share their unbelievable story of suffering loss, quitting their careers, buying a camper sight unseen, and leaping into full-time truck camping in a foreign country. The real story starts there.

Doctor on call at the hospital with her camper rv

Dr. Sara Jane Pieper loves using her Northstar Camper as a mobile quarantine vehicle and taking her sons on weekend adventures in Utah.  Don’t miss how her first camper was totaled and the epic trip she took to pick up the Northstar.  This one is a heart warmer.

After Kami defeated cancer in her 30s, her husband, Kevin, envisioned a new way forward. They sold their businesses, home, and most of their belongings to live full-time in a Northstar truck camper. Nine months later, the Covid-19 pandemic struck. This is an incredible video that you don’t want to miss.

Northstar 650SC review

Truck Camper Magazine reviews a Northstar 650SC, a self-contained, wet bath, north-south cabover, pop-up truck camper for short bed and super short bed half-ton trucks.  Can a seven-foot, self-contained pop-up design really work?  Let’s find out.

More Northstar Articles

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Northstar In Action

Every year we host a calendar photo contest and receive tons of photos from Northstar owners. Here are a few standouts to inspire your future adventures.

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#035 - Harry WagnerDeath Valley National Park, California2014 Ram 25002017 Northstar 650SCCamera Used - Canon 5D MkIV with 70-200mm lensDeath Valley is one of my favorite places to visit in the winter, and Titus Canyon is definitely the crown jewel of Death Valley National Park in my opinion. I love how the canyon gets narrower and the walls get higher as you continue down the trail with the walls polished smooth from past flash flooding. Then just when you think it can't get any narrower... bam!  The canyon opens up to reveal Death Valley in all its splendor. I like to camp near Big Dune just east outside the park to get an early start in Titus Canyon, leaving enough time to explore other parts of Death Valley and find a place to camp before the sun sets.

#035 - Harry Wagner

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#056 - Andy FogliaOrient Point, New York2017 Tacoma Sport2015 Northstar 600 ccCamera Used - iPhone 10This picture is from a surf casting trip to the tip of the north fork of Long Island with my wife for our anniversary. No luck catching any fish, but we enjoyed an amazing sunset.

#056 - Andy Foglia

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#091 - Scott LauneyCathedral Valley, Utah2019 Ford F-3502020 Northstar 850SCCamera Used - Nikon D5100I had read a lot about Cathedral Valley and now have visited it twice and will surely go again because it's so awesome. I spent two nights and three days hiking, biking and just enjoying the scenery. The photo shows the Temples of the Sun and Moon in the background among the numerous

#091 - Scott Launey

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#134 - Barbara NewboldLolo Pass, Highway 12, Idaho2018 Ram 35002014 Northstar TC800Camera Used - iPhone 12Camping along the Lewis & Clark Scenic Byway in Idaho.

#134 - Barbara Newbold

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#245 - Rob DriscollMoran, Wyoming2015 Ram 25002022 Northstar Laredo SCCamera Used - Samsung S21My wife and I took a winter trip from Vermont to Idaho stopping along the way in Moran, Wyoming. We rented snowmobiles at the Togwotee Mountain Lodge and after having dinner and a cold beverage at the lodge, we drove down the road to a parking lot that allowed overnight parking. I had gone out of the camper to get something from the truck and noticed how magical our spot looked under the moonlight. We even had our mini Christmas tree lit up on the table!

#245 - Rob Driscoll

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#262 - Kami GolembeskiOregon Pipe National Park, Arizona2011 F3502019 Northstar Igloo UCamera Used - iPhone 12Living full time on the road for over three years, exploring, traveling, experiencing, growing, healing. Got to love Arizona in the winter.

#262 - Kami Golembeski

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#435 - Linda DukeCanyonlands NP, Utah2016 Ram 35002021 Northstar 850 SCCamera Used - Samsung S10 PhoneAfter our last night of camping on the White Rim Trail we had to squeeze by the cliffside and the drop off edge of the road. This spot made us glad we had a small camper and a capable truck. We love to explore the back county of Utah. The landscapes are breath-taking and photos can not do justice.

#435 - Linda Duke

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#439 - Tsara WalshMaine2021 Ram 35002019 Northstar 9.5 Igloo UCamera Used - iPhone 12 proTalk about remote! This picture was taken in an unnamed town on an unnamed road way over on the eastern side of Maine. Ryan (Penney) and I were exploring the logging roads of Maine when we stumbled upon this gorgeous red field. This field was more than a square mile of the brightest red, these bushes are about ankle high and are lowbush blueberries! After checking out some of the roads branching off of this one we decided to make the trip back around to this spot. We parked about 200 yards into a small pull off so I could run out and grab this picture. Since then we have gone back and camped not too far up the road from where we took this picture.

#439 - Tsara Walsh

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