Truck Campers with Slideouts (With 7 Examples)

Are you looking for a truck camper with slideouts? They can be difficult to find, so we researched available models to help you find the best option for you. For each model, we will take a look at the dimensions, weight, features, and how many slideouts the truck camper has. We’ll also give you a link to the manufacturer’s website so you can get more details.

Truck campers with slideouts (With 7 examples)These seven models of truck campers all have slideouts:

  1. Lance 855S Truck Camper
  2. Northwood Arctic Fox Camper 1150
  3. ALP Adventurer Truck Camper Model 80S
  4. ALP Adventurer Truck Camper Model 116DS
  5. ALP Eagle Cap Luxury Truck Camper Model 1200
  6. Host Truck Campers Mammoth 11’6″
  7. Outfitter Manufacturing Juno 8.5

There are many different manufacturers, and each one has various features that come standard or optional. What’s great about truck campers is that many of the manufacturers also do customization, so if you don’t see a floor plan you like, you can contact them and have them build one to your specifications. Check out the links to each manufacturer to see if they have this option.

Truck campers with Slideouts – The List

A truck camper is a type of RV that sits in the bed of a pickup truck. These RVs have a small footprint because the truck that carries them must fully support their weight, and cannot extend too far beyond the dimensions of the truck’s body. The addition of slide-outs can increase the living space to create more comfort and better amenities, without the complications of towing an RV behind you.

1. Lance 855S Truck Camper

This model is designed for short bed trucks. It has one slide-out and sleeps four people with the standard equipment, but with the optional bunk bed, you can sleep five.

It comes standard with a wet bath and RV oven with cooktop. You can also add options like an air conditioner, microwave, solar panel, TV, extra battery storage, and a propane generator.

It has two 5-gallon propane tanks. The fresh water, grey, and black tanks are 30, 20, and 25 gallons respectively.

The overall length, width, and height are 18’0″ long by 96″ wide by 8’9″ high (including optional air conditioner). The floor length is 8’11”, the interior height is 81″.

The dry weight is 2997 pounds.

Click here to view this truck camper on the Lance website.

2. Northwood Arctic Fox Camper 1150

1150 is a longer camper that has only one slide, but you can choose from a wet or dry bath floor plan. The sleeping capacity is four but can be five with the optional bunk bed.

The portion that slides into the truck bed (knee wall) has a diamond plating protective cover. The fridge is seven cubic feet, and the oven/microwave combo is 22″ wide. The electric jacks come with a remote, and the kitchen skylight comes with a shade.

Optional accessories include thermal pane windows, upgraded steps, a propane generator, and a BBQ grill with bracket.

Tank sizes are 60lbs of propane, 59 gal fresh, 35 gal grey, and 43 gal black.

The overall length is 19’0″, width is 8’1″, and height is 8’7″ (or 10’0″ with AC). Interior floor length is 11’4″ and 6’7″ interior height.

The dry weight is 3358 lbs.

View this truck camper on the Northwood website.

3. ALP Adventurer Truck Camper Model 80S

The 80S model is unique in its claim that it can fit in all long and short bed trucks. It has a single slide-out and is light enough that some newer 1/2-ton trucks can carry it. Up to four people can sleep in this camper.

The dinette is L-shaped to fit more people, and its table swivels to different positions. The roof has a 12-year warranty, and the water tanks are enclosed, insulated and heated.

You can upgrade to include electric jacks with a remote, a Jensen stereo system, rear awning and slide topper with this camper.

Tank sizes are 20 lbs of propane, 20 gal fresh, 14 gal grey, and 14 gal black.

The overall length is 15’10”, width is 90″, and height is 106″ (including AC). Interior floor length is 8’0″ and 78″ interior height.

The dry weight is 2056 lbs.

See this truck camper on the ALP website.

4. ALP Adventurer Truck Camper Model 116DS

The 116DS has a California King bed in the cabover area. A second slide-out creates more kitchen space and room for a sofa. You can sleep up to 8 people in this unit.

A unique feature is the ability to use this camper even with all the slides in. Standard features include electric jacks with a remote, as well as 4-season insulated windows, and a stove with oven.

Some available options are a pivot-mounted 28″ TV, generator, microwave, and solar panels.

Tank sizes are 40 lbs of propane, 44 gal fresh, 31 gal grey, and 31 gal black.

The overall length is 20’7″, width is 96″, and height is 116″ (including AC). Interior floor length is 11’6″ and 76″ interior height.

The dry weight is 4124 lbs.

Learn more about the 116DS on the ALP website.

5. ALP Eagle Cap Luxury Truck Camper Model 1200

Next up is a camper than only a one-ton, long bed dually can carry. It sleeps four and has a unique dry bath that sits in the middle of the floor, giving access to both sides of the California King bed.

There are three slide-outs on this rig, and it comes standard with keyless entry. More included features are Slam Latch exterior compartment doors, Schwintek slide-outs, and a double-bowl sink.

Upgrade options include TVs in both the living room and bedroom, roof rack, and exchanging the table and chairs for a sofa.

Tank sizes are 40 lbs of propane, 66 gal fresh, 44 gal grey, and 44 gal black.

The overall length is 21’3″, width is 102″, and height is 112″ (including AC). Interior floor length is 11’11” and 76″ interior height.

The dry weight is 4933 lbs.

Check out the Eagle Cap 1200 on the ALP website.

6. Host Truck Campers Mammoth 11’6″

A triple-slide truck camper with a washer-dryer, dry bath, and king-sized bed? All these are possible with the Mammoth 11.5 floor plan.

The standard configuration comes with a queen bed and sleeps five to six. The dry bath has a rolling door and gives access to the bedroom as well. The refrigerator is eight cubic feet, and the slides have awning toppers.

Besides the upgrades on the bed and laundry center, you can also add a microwave or micro/convection oven. The 3-burner cooktop can also be switched out to an oven/range combo.

Tank sizes are 15 lbs of propane, 85 gal fresh, 51 gal grey, and 32 gal black.

The overall length is 19’3″, width is 96″, and height is 107″ (112″ including AC). Interior floor length is 136″ and 78″ interior height.

The dry weight is 3955 lbs.

Visit the Host Truck Campers website for more info.

7. Outfitter Manufacturing Juno 8.5

This RV doesn’t quite have a slide-out, but it’s a pop-up truck camper with a fold-down room in the back. The pop-up feature means it has a lower profile while driving, and cuts down on weight because of the soft-sided top. With an air mattress in the fold-down, you could sleep up to five people.

Standard features include an electric lift for the roof, solar panel, and electric jacks.

You can upgrade to add a microwave, air conditioning, a generator, awning, and extra batteries.

Tank sizes are 40 lbs of propane, 44 gal fresh, 16 gal grey, and 16 gal black.

The overall length is 184″, width is 87.5″, and height is 70.5″ (while traveling). Interior floor length is 101″ and 81″ interior height.

The dry weight is 2105 lbs.

See more about the Juno 8.5 at the Outfitter website.

What you need to know about A Truck Camper’s center of gravity

A truck camper’s center of gravity when it leaves the factory is not always in the center of the camper. It’s important to know where your RV’s center of gravity is so that you can distribute the weight of any added contents appropriately. Adding too much stress to one of your truck’s axles could result in damage to your truck that could lead to a tire blow-out, or your vehicle tipping over.

Your truck also has a center of gravity, and you will need to know this location as well when loading your vehicle.

Both the RV and the truck should have factory stickers detailing their centers of gravity. If you can’t find this information, you should contact the manufacturer before adding accessories or packing items in your RV.

How to find the right camper for your truck, or vice-versa

When matching the camper to your truck, camper weight, truck weight, and the truck carrying capacity are all important factors. You need to know your truck’s payload capacity and then make sure you never go above that rate – even with the camper fully loaded. It’s always wise to leave a “buffer” of excess weight between your stated payload and actual load.

The truck’s dimensions would be another crucial factor. If you already have a pickup truck, either measure it up or check the manufacturer’s website for the exact specs. Then carefully check the size charts of the truck camper model you’re looking at.

I hope you found this guide useful. As you can see, there are options for just about any buyer who wants the flexibility of a small RV, but also a bit of extra space that slide-outs provides. Just make sure you follow weight and safety guidelines when choosing a truck and truck camper for your travels.

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