Collaborative design

Work directly with our team to shape your dream camper, ensuring every detail reflects your vision and lifestyle.

Master craftsmanship

Benefit from the skilled hands of experienced craftsmen, whose years of expertise and precision shape the construction of your camper.

Custom finishes & features

Choose from a wide array of custom finishes and features to create a space that's uniquely yours, tailored to your exact needs.

Quality assurance

Have confidence in our detailed quality assurance process, ensuring your Alaskan Camper is built to the highest standards.


Pick-up at our shop

On the day you come to pick up your custom-built Alaskan from our Winlock, Washington production facility, we’re ready to make the handover as smooth as possible. Our team will securely attach the camper to your vehicle, guide you through the operation of all its features, and ensure all your questions are answered. This way, when you drive off, you’re fully prepared and excited to embark on your adventures with your new Alaskan Camper.
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Financing available

Financing your dream Alaskan Camper is made easy through our partnership with Elite Recreational Finance. Elite offers tailored financing solutions, competitive rates, and flexible terms to help you hit the road in your new Alaskan Camper without delay.
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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.

Build Your Alaskan

Start by choosing the camper style that fits your truck