Build Your Alaskan

Start by choosing the camper style that fits your truck

WHY US?

Telescopic Alaskan Campers have always been the best of both worlds. Versatile and flexible enough to explore without limits but sturdy and well-built enough to weather the toughest conditions in comfort.

65+ Year History

We’re the original, hard-sided pop-up pioneers and quite proud of our tradition of fine craftsmanship and innovation—built entirely in the USA since 1958.
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Hard-Sided, Pop-Up

The only hard-sided pop-up of its kind on the planet.
Solid, protected, and comfortable without sacrificing agility—we’re ready to take on whatever mother nature can throw down.
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Flexible Interior Packages

From classic styles to more modern, minimalist designs, explore our range of interior packages designed to look great and durably built to withstand the rigors of the outdoors.
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Custom-Built for You

Collaborate closely with our design team to tailor your Alaskan to your adventures. Customize options and add unique features to make it distinctly yours.
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Simple Purchasing Process

Build online at your own pace or pick up the phone and talk through everything with our team—either way, we make it easy to get behind the wheel sooner than you might think.
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Alaskan Life

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I did extensive research and with the low profile design, the years of Alaskan’s reputation for quality as well as hard sided design, it made my choice obvious to choose Alaskan Campers.

-Steve Minor

This is our third Alaskan over the past 28 years. They’re the perfect rig for the way we like to explore.

-Tom H.

Frequently Asked Questions

What type and size of truck is recommended for an Alaskan Camper?

We recommend a 3/4 ton or larger truck for an Alaskan camper. Truck classifications like half-ton, 3/4-ton, and 1-ton refer to payload capacities.
For example, in Ford’s lineup, the F-150 is classified as a half-ton, the F-250 Super Duty as a 3/4-ton, and the F-350 Super Duty as a 1-ton. These heavier classes, especially the 3/4-ton and above, provide optimal performance for hauling an Alaskan camper.

Can I tow a boat or small trailer behind my Alaskan?

Yes! That’s the great thing about an Alaskan truck camper, you can tow your boat, a trailer or any of your camping toys. Whatever you normally would tow is still a possibility.

How heavy is a typical Alaskan Camper?

Loaded (or wet) weight can range based on the length of the camper—from roughly 1,500 lbs for a 6.5’ to 2,500 lbs for the 10’ model.

Where can I locate my truck's payload capacity?

You can find the payload capacity on the placard located on the driver’s side door pillar or inside the glove box on a payload certification form. Additionally, you can calculate the payload rating by subtracting your truck’s curb weight from its Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR).

How long does it take to build my Alaskan?

Depending on the options and features you’ve chosen it usually takes four to five months to complete the build.

How do I get my new camper when it’s done being built?

Come pick up your custom-built Alaskan from our production facility in Winlock, Washington. We’ll secure the camper to your vehicle, walk through how to operate everything and answer all your questions before you’re on your way.

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Stay Longer.

Embrace the unbeaten path with the comfort and flexibility to redefine home on the open road.