Alaskan manufactures hard side, pop-up campers. The 10 FD, 8 SD, 7FD, and 6.5 are popular models.
What happens when a 1988 Mercedes Unimog truck takes on a 1971 Alaskan Camper? It goes off-road and on the Jeep trails.
The Alaskan Camper rig for Overland Expo West presents an economical and highly versatile solution for a flatbed and traditional camper.
Bill Bergstrom took a 1990 Ram 3500, 1957 Chevy 3800, and a 1958 Alaskan Camper and created one of the coolest rigs.
TCM reviews a 2019 Alaskan 8.5FD hard-side pop-up camper for long or short bed trucks.
Almost two years after Alaskan Campers was acquired, we visit their new Winlock, Washington factory to see what's changed.
Michael and Jay Roth take their Alaskan Camper, Ram 3500, Haulmark trailer, and motorcycles to bike events across the country in search...
Alaskan debuts the Alaskan Flatbed Side Entry, a hard side pop-up with an all-new side entry floor plan.
Guttormur Thorarinsson takes us camping across Iceland. Step 1: Check the weather. Step 2: Steer clear of quicksand.
John Macpherson bought Alaskan Campers. Here's his vision for the nearly 60 year old truck camper manufacturer.
Linda Norman drove 2,500 miles to the Alaskan Factory in Winlock, Washington to pick up a custom Alaskan 5.5.
Stephen O’Neal builds a flatbed Alaskan truck camper rig tricked out and modded to an extreme rarely seen.