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Brittany and Jay are the proud owners of their ultimate overlanding truck camper, which allows them to off-road and boondock for up to two weeks at a time. They use Starlink, a generator, and extra propane/fuel storage to let them stay on the trails and still work “normal” jobs.

Because Jay was formerly a chef, having an epic outdoor kitchen — and a smoker — was essential as they outfitted their home on wheels. While it’s certainly a tiny space, they do most of their living outdoors.

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Truck Camper w/ Antiques, Outdoor Kitchen and Smoker

Their Ultimate Overlanding Truck Camper

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Kenzie was first introduced to nomadic life while working on her Master’s degree in Massachusetts. She went down the rabbit hole of van conversions and skoolies, and “panic bought” her first school bus to convert while studying. She lived in that during her last year of her Master’s and then hit the road after graduation!

Since the skoolie was just too cumbersome, she started looking at alternatives and landed on a truck home. This is far smaller than a bus, but it meets all her needs — even if she has to do her cooking on a camp stove outdoors. She also has an epic security system for herself, so she feels safe on the road. Enjoy her tour below!

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Woman & Her Dog Hit the Road and Never Looked Back

Loving Nomadic Life in Her Truck Camper

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After Sean got home from his time in Germany and Afghanistan, he tried many different jobs, including a high-paying position in tech and finance that was draining his soul. He ended up trading in his Audi for a truck, thinking he’d only travel for a week or two and then settle down into something new. But he fell in love with the road and started looking into a way to make it more comfortable.

His $15k truck camper conversion is built from wood by Endgame Campers, and it’s an adorable 24-square-foot space that meets all of Sean’s basic needs — including an impressive kitchen set-up so he can cook great meals! Enjoy the tour of his micro space below.

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“I Traded My Audi for a Truck and Hit the Road.”

Veteran’s $15K Truck Camper

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John Luke and Jackie were tired of never seeing each other because of their work schedules. When they found a ’93 Toyota campervan for sale, they thought they’d just “look at it.” But they ended up purchasing it on the spot!

After that, they began the process of overhauling the interior, and eventually adding fiberglass to the exterior so it would stop leaking! They sleep over the cab in a comfy queen bed, and their rig has a bathroom and oven — which were must-haves for them. They added solar and a composting toilet so they can boondock. Awesome!

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Potter and Videographer, Loving Nomadic Life

93′ Toyota Camper Turned Cute Tiny Home 3

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Chay and his brother Colby wanted a truck camper they could use to go camping, and it had three requirements: It had to cost under $1K, it had to sleep both of them in bunks, and it needed to come *off* the truck.

With a lot of hard work and ingenuity — and only 10 days! — they made it happen. Their dad popped in to help them with the drywall and finishing touches on the final day of the project and they managed to reach their deadline and stay under budget. The video below is inspirational!

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They Built a $1K Truck Camper in 10 Days!

Brothers (& Dad) Build $1K Truck Camper! 2

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Alexandria has been living on the road for a number of years and has tried out nearly all the nomadic vehicle options. First, it was a camper van conversion, then a skoolie, and now a truck camper! Despite the camper being known for its water-tightness, Alexandria found after purchasing it that it was largely rotted, and had to tear the entire thing down to the foam and rebuild it.

Thankfully, she had the help and support of her dad, who encouraged her to keep going even when it was discouraging. The result is an awesome rig that allows her to just about anywhere she feels safe. What do you think of her work?

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From Van to Skoolie to Truck Camper!

She Rebuilt This Truck Camper from the Foam Up! 4

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Rachel loved backpacking internationally with her sister and eventually moved to Brazil where she fell in love and got married. The relationship ended suddenly, leaving her to build a new life with her dog. For a year, she lived out of her car but eventually upgraded to her current truck.

Her first inexpensive truck camper got destroyed in a storm in Mexico, and her upgrade from that was good for another 3 months, but this Back Country truck camper from OEV was her dream camper — and she’s loving it! It easily pops up with the aid of gas struts and provides her with a full-sized bed, a comfortable workspace for her marketing and content-creating gigs, and a compact kitchen that lets her stay off the grid for a week or two at a time. What do you think?

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This OEV Pop-Up Truck Camper Takes Her Anywhere

Her Third Truck Camper & Four Years on the Road 2

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Lance sold everything he owned on Facebook Marketplace when he decided he was tired of the 9 to 5 and ready for a new adventure! He built a DIY camper on the back of his truck and spent only $5k on the materials. He was careful to buy things second-hand and at the Dollar Tree in order to keep costs down.

You can see his whole conversion on Instagram, where he shared all the details. He has a fixed bed, a micro kitchen, and lots of beautiful artwork he did himself! He makes money helping others make their own rigs and teaching the occasional art class.

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His $5K Truck Camper Micro Cabin

His $5K Truck Camper Build 3

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Amber and Giulietta started out traveling with a pull-behind trailer, but wanted something that could fit in a normal parking spot. Renovating this 24-year-old truck camper was the ticket! They chose bold wallpaper, fun colors, and peel-and-stick tiles to take the inside from outdated to exciting.

They really love the cozy over-cab bed with an 8-inch memory foam mattress and even though they haven’t used the shower, having a bathroom in the camper makes their lives so much easier. While they’ve done a lot of constant travel in the past, they’ve recently settled down more, spending a month or more doing camp work in exchange for a free camping spot.

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Working At Campgrounds & Traveling

Their 24-YO Renovated Truck Camper 2

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