Truck campers, Part 6: Where to go for information
If you are interested in more information: “Talk to a few truck camper owners,” advises Rich Bain, of Colbert, Wash. “Don’t be afraid to ask them questions. I never met a truck camper owner who did not want to talk about their camper.”
– North American Truck Camper Owners Association. A nonprofit club of truck camper enthusiasts that hold rallies and caravans; have a lot of fun and meet wonderful people. Cost: $24 new member, $15 renew.
– Truck Camper Magazine. A free online e-zine dedicated to truck campers, the RV that can go anywhere, camp anywhere, and tow anything. Published by truck camper Gordon White out of Lancaster, Pa.
– Go RVing. Sponsored by the recreation vehicle industry, this site offers for general information on the RV lifestyle.
Also read: “Truck campers, Part 1: Off the beaten path in comfort“
“Truck campers, Part 2: Popular with young families.“
“Truck campers, Part 3: Boondockers love ’em.“
“Truck campers, Part 4: Ease of driving, good times, guitars.“
“Truck campers, Part 5: Terri & Mike Church always traveling, always updating guidebooks.”