The Off-Road Adventures section proves that truck campers can go anywhere and camp anywhere. If you’re looking to leave the asphalt and explore dirt roads, logging trails, red rock, and BLM lands, you are in for an off-road and off-the-grid feast. Do you often go off-road with your truck camper? If you do, please share your story.
Alaskan Mini owner, Guy Tokunaga, takes his hard-side pop-up camper all over the American West.
Find out about how Patrick Brannan was trapped in the snow and how his Northstar TC700 came to his rescue.
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...
Don’t even think of reading this article if you’re chicken to take your rig off pavement. Here are ten amazing backroads!
Neil Calder was on a dream off-road trip when the unthinkable happened; far from the reaches of civilization, his truck camper literally...
With his flatbed Four Wheel Camper, Adventure Trailer, and heavily-modded RAM 2500, Bill Elwell challenges the limits of his off-road abilities to...
Jim and Nui Curry crossed the ice road to Tuktoyaktuk in their Chevy Silverado and Northern Lite truck camper.
The Hagens take their Palomino pop-up truck camper deep into the Oregon and Idaho wilderness. Don’t miss their BLM tips!
In his Ram truck and Hallmark LaVeta, Jim McCoy tackles the remote off-road nooks and crannies of southwest Utah.
Scott Zeitler and Lora Sholes manage two successful careers and went camping 97 days last year. How do they do it?
Alaskan Camper owner, Maggie MacPherson, reveals where to go and what to see in Capitol Reef National Park in Utah.