“We could and, hopefully, will travel for a few months at a time. Warm weather would be on the agenda, but we would have to have some ski days in there as well!” – Bill Tex, 2006 Chevy Silverado, 2013 Eagle Cap 850
“Price and availability would drive the decisions. We’d research ahead to see what specials there were at federal, state, and private campgrounds. There would probably be a mix of inland a coastal camping. We like to bicycle ride and kayak, so would also choose places that have good recreation in the park or nearby. We’ve spent time in Florida, so I might be interested in spending time in other areas along the Alabama and Texas coasts.” – Laurie Brokaw, 2006 Ford F250, 2010 Lance
“I would definitely snowbird! I wouldn’t just hang out in the warm. I would take the two lane road less traveled and see the parts of America in the winter cold or warmth. There are many beautiful areas just made for truck camping with tons of adventure all around. I have camera and will travel! The longest I’ve lived on the road in a truck camper is five weeks, which is not bad at all! I just returned from a trip to Washington’s Olympic Penisula (Cape Flattery, Olympic National Park, and Lake Ozette) in sub-freezing weather not above twenty degrees Fahrenheit. No issues, no freezing, no worries. Bring it on! “ – Bud, 2005 Dodge Ram 3500, 2006 Lance 1191
“Yes, I would go to Prescott, Arizona to relax and do a bunch of target shooting!” – Roy Bertalotto, 2006 Dodge 2500, 1998 Palomino Bronco 1200
“I would travel, staying in various locations to see the country.” – Dave Miller, 2012 Ford F350, 2003 Bigfoot 10.6E
“I worked in Bradenton and Sarasota on Swimming poles as a campground host. I’m an Electrician so I did little jobs and had fun. You don’t have to work every day! Learn to have fun and enjoy life.
While reading the stories about snow birding you have to realizes truck camper people don’t sit around. We camp, we explore, we kayak, we ride bikes, and we have fun. We’re very active people. That’s why we buy truck campers. There is so much to see. That’s why we bought our camper and we pull what we want!” – Neil Steirer, 2008 Ford F350, 2008 Lance 1181
“Yes, I go to Quartzsite, Arizona.” – Wilbert Griggsby, 1992 Ford, 1990 Lance Camper