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.
Eric Davis designed and built a remarkably innovative hard side pop-up carbon fiber truck camper. Check it out!
Mario Mercier has built a stunning custom side-entry, single-slide camper that challenges just about every RV manufacturing technique.
Frank Ross loves to take his Dodge Power Wagon and Hallmark Milner off-road, off-grid, and on the dirt, sand, and rocks.
Doug Washer has assembled an outrageous fully-tracked Pistenbully Edge Snowcat and Cirrus 820 truck camper capable of reaching the stunning ice caps...
Leigh and Steph explore the world in a Land Rover Defender 130 and Four Wheel Camper. Along the way they’ve crashed in...
What happens when a 1988 Mercedes Unimog truck takes on a 1971 Alaskan Camper? It goes off-road and on the Jeep trails.
David and Gaye Ruble worked with Phoenix Campers to build a custom flatbed camper with diesel appliances, and nothing they didn’t need.
Don’t even think of reading this article if you’re chicken to take your rig off pavement. Here are ten amazing backroads!
Consisting of a Bigfoot 30C10.11 and Mitsubishi Fuso FG140, the Basecamp Expedition Vehicle (BEV) pushes truck campers into new territory.
Check out this unique truck and camper combination; a VW DoKa truck with a Palomino pop-up truck camper. It's a VW Camper!
A crawling camper? Meet the Sport Cam 1158Z! It automatically unhooks and rolls out of the truck.
Bill Bergstrom took a 1990 Ram 3500, 1957 Chevy 3800, and a 1958 Alaskan Camper and created one of the coolest rigs.