Check out this quaint Hobbit-style camper. It was built by Ben Hayward as a cost-efficient way to travel for his kayak races.
These new slide-out kitchens fit inside the back of your vehicle with everything you need to cook, including a stove and even a kitchen sink.
He wanted to add a pop-up roof to a camper van shell. Here’s how he did it.
Simple and elegant, these campers have just enough room for a decent sized mattress.
He and his wife built this overland camper from an old German Army truck and shelter. And he wrote a book about how he did it!
This Polish man designed and built a narrow truck camper that fit inside the profile of his Nissan truck’s chassis.
Based off the Latin America Chevrolet Montana truck, this custom designed camper efficiently uses a small living space.
This inventor came up with a transforming pickup camper. It looks like a standard truck cap, but when you fold it out…
This truck camper called the Ford Flophouse looks more like a lakeside cabin.
I’ve never seen anything like this. What year is this? Looks to be pretty darn old.