Pop-up truck campers offer RVers the opportunity to travel down that road less traveled, to camp where you want to camp, and have just about everything you need with you.
If you are interested in more information, here are a few places to start your research:
– Truck Camper Magazine. This incredible resource is available free online. The magazine is “about truck campers, slide in campers, pickup campers, pop-up campers, and cabover campers. From its Buyers Guide and Gear Guide, to camper news and lifestyle stories, the magazine is dedicated to truck campers – the RV that can go anywhere, camp anywhere, and tow anything.” Published by truck camper owners Gordon and Angela White of Lancaster, Pa.
– Go RVing. Sponsored by the recreation vehicle industry, this site offers for general information on the RV lifestyle.
North American Truck Camper Owners Association — “Truck camper consumers and enthusiasts. We enthusiastically promote the truck camper as an RV choice, have fun doing it, and connect manufacturers with consumers via our forum.”
All Terrain Campers
Four Wheel Campers
Phoenix Custom Campers
Travel Lite Campers
This is the final of five installments on pop-up truck campers.
If you missed: Pop-up truck campers, Part # 1 — ‘Perfect backcountry recreation vehicles’ click here.
Check out: Pop-up truck campers, Part # 2 — ‘Lightweight, easy to handle’ click here.
Read about ‘Pop-up truck campers, Part # 3 — ‘To go where the big RVs fear to tread’ by clicking here.
Then there is ‘Pop-up truck campers, Part # 4 — ‘Ease of exploring remote areas of America with the kids’
Photo: Two pop-up campers boondocking along the Clark Fork River on the Lolo National Forest in Montana. (By: Julianne G. Crane)