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  • Justin Chatwin: The Balance of Acting and Adventure (Truck Camper)

    Justin Chatwin: The Balance of Acting and Adventure (Truck Camper)

    When Justin Chatwin isn’t on set, you may find him on a remote Baja beach, or in a small village in South America.  On camera or in his Four Wheel Camper, he finds purpose, play, and peace between his two extraordinary worlds. The proverb, “All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy” dates back to 1659 and still resonates, but the next line is equally important; “All play and no work makes Jack a mere toy.” No matter our station in life, we need a healthy balance between work and play to remain centered and happy.  Without this equilibrium, we are often anxious and unsettled.  The proverb remains true, 362 years later. Reading 38-year old Justin Chatwin’s extensive resume, it would Read More…

  • Sonoran Adventure – outdoorx4

    Sonoran Adventure – outdoorx4

    The Raven houses nearly all of the amenities of home: aking-size slide-out bed, running water, a stove, a fridge, a small rollover sofa and, much to our glee, a heater. Read the full article on outdoor4x.com

  • Chile in a Four Wheel Camper – outdoor4x

    Chile in a Four Wheel Camper – outdoor4x

    Chile’s Patagonia region is a haven for exploration particularly with the amenities provided by a Four Wheel Camper As one of the thousands of loyal and satisfied owners of a California-manufactured Four Wheel Camper, I was immediately intrigued when I learned in 2019 that an affiliated small company, Four Wheel Camper Patagonia, had recently shipped two smaller-sized Four Wheel Campers to Chile’s northern Patagonia region of Aysen for rental. I had visited the area in 2012 and relied on local accommodations and tent camping and from that experience, I recognized the flexibility (and comfort) a small, lightweight but well-equipped slide-in camper on a robust diesel 4WD pickup would bring. I knew I wanted to go back and given access to these Four Read More…

  • Overland Nomad’s Awesome and Affordable Toyota Pickup Camper – Expedition Portal

    Overland Nomad’s Awesome and Affordable Toyota Pickup Camper – Expedition Portal

    I feel that there are two types of truly cool four-wheel drives out there. The first category encompasses all of the dream vehicles: EarthRoamers, Unimogs, restored Defenders, Land Cruisers, and portal axle G-Wagens. The sort of things we all secretly long for, but realistically could never afford. The second category, which happens to be my favorite, is the down-to-earth, well-used, real-world, four-wheel drives that simply get the job done. Each one is packed with character, and whether from international adventures or just countless weekends on the trail, have dents, scratches, and unique modifications that capture our imaginations like no brand-new car ever could. That’s why today we’re taking a fresh look at a rig that never fails to make us Read More…

  • Gramp Camp: Jon Burtt’s 7.3L Overland Truck Camper – Expedition Portal

    Gramp Camp: Jon Burtt’s 7.3L Overland Truck Camper – Expedition Portal

    There has always been something about old trucks with bed campers that captures my imagination. Maybe it’s the Texan in me or my childhood readings of Travels with Charley, but every time I see one, I long to leave the world behind in pursuit of an endless horizon. How could I not, though? A pickup with a camper is about as Americana as it gets. They are our nation’s 70 Series: affordable workhorses equipped to haul lumber to the yard or a family to the mountains with equal ease. In my opinion, there are few better options for exploring North America, which is why we’re going to take a closer look at one of the coolest overland truck camper builds around, Read More…

EXCITING NEWS — WE HAVE MOVED OUR FACTORY!

 

We are now completely moved into our new factory. Our new factory & camper showroom address is . . . Four Wheel Campers, 1400 Churchill Downs Avenue, Suite A, Woodland, CA 95776. We invite you to come see our new digs!

 

This has been our busiest year in the history of our company (49+ years). New camper orders are out pacing our production capabilities. Unfortunately this has resulted in historically long lead times. We encourage you to connect with your nearest dealer so that you can discover what their order schedule looks like, and when possibly to place your new camper order to meet your 2022 trip needs.

 

Here’s to your future trips and adventures, and thank you for considering us to ride along with you!

 

Team Four Wheel Campers