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Truck campers are compact, easy to handle, and ideal for vacations, camping trips, hunting, fishing and sight seeing. A truck camper is a camping unit that is mounted in the cargo bed of a pickup truck, sometimes extending over the cab with a sleeping compartment. Truck campers come in various sizes and floor plans, with the larger ones being self contained. Amenities can include toilets, showers, kitchen facilities, and air conditioners.

The efficient use of space is a major characteristic of these small units, but today's models offer a wide range of floor plans, including some with extended cabovers, popup roofs or slideouts, to maximize living and storage areas.

Truck campers can be the first step into the "RV" lifestyle, and for many people it is all they ever want. A large list of options are available for your comfort and the new slideouts add interior space.

The Truck Camper unit is loaded onto, or affixed to the bed or chassis of a pickup truck. It is extremely popular for backroad journeys, hunting or fishing trips in remote locations, and family recreational camping.

Truck campers, sometimes called slide-in campers or pickup truck campers, are made for virtually every pickup truck whether big or small. A six-footer will slide onto the smallest truck and an 11-footer will fit snugly into the bed of the largest trucks.

Ideal for singles and couples, truck campers are a great way to explore. Hikers, photographers, and sportsmen find them especially useful as the travel and camp in wilderness areas. Anyone who likes to drive the backroads and is interested in remote or primitive campsites should consider a truck camper.

There is a nice advantage to the truck camper as your RV, the pickup truck can be used as a daily driver during the week and then the camper is loaded on for weekend outings.

The truck camper may be removed at the campsite if you wish and it is ready for use wherever you park. The detachable camping unit can be set on its own jacks, either at home or at the campsite, allowing the pickup to be used separately.

Truck campers are usually a good option for vacationing couples or very small families who prefer the easy maneuverability and stability of truck campers. Their compact size makes the truck camper very handy for travel to and from the campsite, particularly over rough roads. Also the truck is free to tow a boat, snowmobile, ATV or even a horse trailer.

Truck Campers are an easy and economical option for anyone who already owns a pickup truck, to become an RVer. It is a great way to see and enjoy the USA. The U.S. Forest Service includes 192 million diverse acres across the nation that are waiting to be enjoyed. Depending on local forest regulations, campers can travel off main roads and pick out their own sites along less-developed routes.

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North American Truck Camper Owners Association is a club of 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. NATCOA plans Truck Camper Events, Shows, Rallies and Caravans. Check us out at http://www.natcoa.com