Adventurer announces new Happijac jacks, two-way tread bumper steps, a new audio/video system with HDMI standard, cabover USB charging, omni-directional HDTV antennas, and more standard features. And an all-new 50th anniversary model is on the way. Read more at Truck Camper Magazine
Truck Camper Magazine reviews a 2017 Eagle Cap 1200, a hard side, triple-slide, dry bath truck camper. Adventurer Manufacturing claims this is the biggest and the best truck camper available. TCM puts that bold statement to the test. Read more at Truck Camper Magazine
Adventurer Manufacturing debuts the 2018 Eagle Cap 811, a hard side, single-slide, wet bath truck camper for long or short bed trucks. With the 811, Eagle Cap is flying in some new directions. Read more at Truck Camper Magazine
Truck Camper Magazine reviews a 2017 Adventurer 89RBS, an 8’9” hard side, full-wall slide-out, wet bath truck camper for long or short bed one-ton trucks. Two campers enter. One camper leaves! Read more at Truck Camper Magazine
Notice to all Adventurer, Eagle Cap Dealers, Owners and service centers; As you may or may not know, Ford has come out with a new 2017 Super Duty (F-250, F-350 & F-450) truck this year with some incredible new features that are perfect for truck camper owners like increased payloads, stability control etc. to mention a few. With any new complete body change there are always questions, will existing campers fit? If not, what modifications are needed?
Adventurer Manufacturing announces the 2017 Adventurer 89RBS, an 8-foot 9-inch, hard side, single full-wall slide, with a wet bath. The 9-foot slide-out market just got more competitive... Read more at Truck Camper Magazine
Continuing on the 2015 “Never Seen That” tour, TCM lands at Adventurer Manufacturing in Yakima, Washington and gets a bird’s eye view of the new Eagle Cap production line. Read more at Truck Camper Magazine
No "A" in Alaska... take a triple-slide Eagle Cap truck camper. A 50th Anniversary get-away started with getting rid of the Class A motorhome and buying an Eagle Cap 1165 Triple-Slide Truck Camper and off on an Alaska Adventure... Read the entire story and trip details at TCM
Larry Csonka - NFL Hall of Famer and running back for the undefeated 1972 Miami Dolphins Buys an Adventurer 116DS Double Slide.
Larry said on his recent visit to the factory, "When people approach me at gas stations and campgrounds I think they're wanting to talk about the Dolphins or football in general when, in fact, they really want to talk about my camper!
This is Part 2 of Truck Camper Magazine's series on Truck Camper Driving safety, this is a must read for every truck camper owner or for anyone considering buying a truck camper! This session cover dimensions, height considerations, loading your camper, handling with a loaded truck and many many more tips. Click Here to Read More...
Truck Camper Magazine has published a great article-series on the basics of Truck Camper safety written with Gary Whistler, a retired Certified Safety Supervisor (CSS), and a retired professional truck driver. This article covers such topics as pre-trip basics, avoiding common accidents, the danger of fatigue, the importance of seat belts, backing up your rig and many many more great tips that are a must read for all truck camper owners. Click Here to Read More...
We are proud to announce our newest 2015 Eagle Cap Truck Camper addition exclusively on Truck Camper Magazine... TCM: "Adventurer Manufacturing debuts a significantly updated 2015 Eagle Cap 850. A full-wall slide tops the list, followed by plenty of tweaks to make a popular camper even better". Click here to read full story on TCM
Adventurer Pioneered the Happijac 4800-HD Jacks Read the Customer Install and Report by Truck Camper Magazine - Happijac Engineer, Gary Scothem, flew-out to the 2014 Mid-Atlantic Truck Camper Rally to install a set of Happijac 4800-HD jacks for an install story... To read the entire story click here!
TCM EXCLUSIVE: 2015 Eagle Cap 960 - Adventurer Manufacturing debuts the 2015 Eagle Cap 960, a long bed hard side truck camper with a full-wall slide-out and a deep list of premium and luxury updates. Click here to read full story on TCM
In an industry that routinely puts entire truck camper floor plans on a copy machine to produce their latest camper, the 2014 Adventurer 116DS is quite the rare find; a truly unique floor plan. Click here to read full story on TCM...
Happijac began research and development on a higher capacity camper jack to accommodate the increasingly popular double and triple slide truck camper market. With 2,800 pounds of capacity per jack, the Happijac 4800 would have forty-seven percent more capacity than their next strongest camper jacks.
Rich and Joanne Bain keep their Adventurer truck camper at their house, plugged-in, stocked-up, and ready to go truck camping anytime, anywhere, and in any season – Read this story on TruckCamperMAGAZINE
This all new Adventurer 116DS built by ALP is a double slide out truck camper. The rear galley & dinette slides make this a very roomy truck camper and with it's standard sofa or optional theater seating recliners you will feel right at home!
2013 Eagle Cap 1165 Triple-Slide Review – Gordon at Truck Camper Magazine said "You would have thought a alien space craft had landed when people first caught a glimpse of the Eagle Cap 1165 at the Austin RV Expo". Read the rest of this story on TruckCamperMAGAZINE
Eagle Cap Owner Enjoys the Freedom of his Ultimate Toy Hauler! – By nature, truck campers are an interesting lot. Some of us are happy leisurely driving our truck campers to full-hookup campgrounds and relaxing for a week or more.
Truck Camper Magazine's interview with Greg Tucknies on the new 2013 Adventurer 89RB – Based on the success of the Adventurer 86FB, Adventurer launches the all new 89RB non slide with a large rear wet bath and a more open floor plan. Greg explains all the details that went into this new floorplan in an exclusive interview with Truck Camper Magazine. Read the rest of this story on TruckCamperMAGAZINE
A story about the 2011 Torklift International Treasure Hunt grand prize winners, Jack and Joann Purdy. A seven day all-expenses paid truck camping vacation in British Columbia, which includes food, fuel, and a rental Adventurer truck camper from Fraserway RV. Read this story on TruckCamperMAGAZINE
Death Valley opens up before you when entering the Park from Beatty Nevada full of promise, with beautiful vistas, sounds and adventures. Diverse in many ways, Death Valley is a land of contrasts. Not just the arid desert that many picture, but a land of water and brimming with life.
We started our trip in Abbotsford, B.C. on July 20th. A bit tired because of the long flight from Amsterdam the day before and the time difference, we went to Fraserway to pick up the truckcamper we bought. We only saw pictures and descriptions on the internet and had telephonecalls and sent e-mails with Fraserway, but we never saw the unit for real, so we were really excited.
(September – October 2010) The start in Illinois We love driving route 66! It has a real nostalgic feeling, it gives you the change to meet interesting people and see interesting places on the road, and the driving part self is fun too because it will take you off the interstate and sometimes you really have to make an effort to find the right way.
Sun, sea, beaches and volcanoes. Aloha! We are now in the air and flying from Los Angeles to Hawaii. We want to visit 2 islands in Hawaii: the Big Island (Hawaii) and Ohau, the island where the city of Honolulu is located. We land in Honolulu and will fly the same afternoon to the Big Island.
Today we fly to Ohau. The airport in Kona is small and completely outdoors. Such a wonderful climate. During this flight the seats are not reserved so we can sit wherever we want. But by this time the flight is not even half full, so we are asked if we can sit throughout the plane to more evenly distribute the weight. When we arrived in Honolulu we get our rental car and drive to Makaha Valley.
Sun, sandy beaches, ocean, palm trees – Nadi When we arrived in Fiji we felt a little tired. During our flight we crossed a couple of time zones and we lost one day. We felt a bit light in our heads. In the arrival hall of the airport some men were playing music and were singing. We were being welcomed with traditional music from Fiji. Youri danced to the music and received a flower behind his ear. We already felt less tired. We were in Fiji!