Our Off-Road and Off-The-Grid Campers section includes extreme rigs, off-road adventures, winter and beach camping. For many, going off-road is the reason for a truck camper.
Here are the stand-outs; promising upstarts to crazy one-off whack-a-doos. It was all on tap at Overland Expo West.
Check out what Overland Explorer Vehicles, Four Wheel Campers, Alaskan, Lance, Scout, Skinny Guy Campers, and Hellwig presented at Overland Expo West.
Ralf’s trusty Kodiak has undergone major surgery and traded in its workload for something more fun. Big Red, meet Arctic Fox.
From Germany comes a giant custom-built, all-composite truck camper based on an extended cab Mercedes-Benz fire truck.
The Chevy 5500 and International CV-Series represent next-generation thinking in design, serviceability, enormous payload, and raw power.
Fellow truck campers showcase their Ram 5500 rigs complete with adaptations, custom bed decisions, and their thinking behind choosing a Class 5.
Fellow campers reveal their stunning Ford F-550 rigs including required modifications, custom beds, and reasons why they went with a Class 5.
Rudolf Stadfeld entered his Chevy SSR and Palomino rig into our calendar contest. Here's the story behind this intriguing setup from Germany.
Bruce and Joy's singular creation tips steampunk on its ear with a curved trolley top, sunroofs, and an antique lock and key.
For his Arctic Fox 1140, Geep Moore assembled a Ford F-450 chassis cab modular truck and storage bed solution.
Craig and Janet Lembke assembled a Lance 1172 and an International CV-Series 5500 flatbed truck with storage boxes.
Brian Egan scratch-built a camper from antique boat parts. Upon his passing, Ted Emrick, turned it into a functional steampunk camper.