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.
This is the story behind the construction of the Cram-A-Lot Inn; a Polaris RZR with a Palomino pop-up camper.
Bruce Ludlum assembled a Ram 5500 with an 11-foot cab and chassis, a highly-customized Knapheide utility bed, and an Eagle Cap 1165.
Jim and Nui Curry crossed the ice road to Tuktoyaktuk in their Chevy Silverado and Northern Lite truck camper.
With a Land Rover Defender TDCi and Northstar 700DL, Martin Dover travels off-road and wild camps across England, France, and Italy.
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.
A Freightliner M2-106 and a Arctic Fox 1150 were assembled into one of the most impressive Freightliner truck camper combinations.
Daniel Bass engineered and built a custom overland vehicle with a Unimog U1300L and a Four Wheel Camper Grandby pop-up truck camper.
Stephen O’Neal builds a flatbed Alaskan truck camper rig tricked out and modded to an extreme rarely seen.
Thomas and Sequoia converted a 1978 International Harvester Loadstar 1700 fire truck into an off-road ready, triple-slide truck camper.
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.