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.
As some folks reach retirement, they put on the brakes and ease back on the gas. Not Tracy and Steve Schuster.
With their Hallmark Cuchara, Bob and Diana venture out to take amazing photographs of wildlife and paint the beautiful scenery around them.
In Off Road Truck Camping 101, Jim McCoy gives advice on dirt roads like the Doll House in Canyonlands.
Custom camper and tricked out 1978 Chevrolet K10 conquer the White Rim Trail and Kokopelli Trails in Utah.
It’s a wonderful wake up call to meet someone who challenges you to live a fuller life. Meet Cheryl White.
Frank Ross explores Nevada for a week and a half in a Hallmark Milner XL pop-up truck camper in search of petroglyphs.
Dennis Boxdorfer takes us to Moab with his Palomino camper, Jeep, and a full roll cage. Off to the Easter Jeep Safari!
Bertram Furman shares advice and reflects on his experiences in Anza Borrego Desert State Park and other favorite camping spots.
Call it boondocking. Call it dry camping. We call it fun, free, and a major reason why we love truck campers!
It’s time to head off-road and onto BLM lands for the prospect of finding beautiful rocks, minerals, and gem stones.
A truck camper can go anywhere a truck can go. This is what happens when a river runs through it.
Ted and Cheryl have been to Utah three times! They continue to go back for more red rock adventures.