“We enjoy our travels in our Arctic Fox 1140 camper. We love the fact that we can camp off grid and very seldom stay in a campground. We have 300 watts of solar on the roof and with the size of our tanks we last about 10 days until we have to dump and refill our tanks. With the solar power and the low power usage of the camper’s led lights we generally have full batteries by night fall. This summer we went for 70 days without plugging into power or running our generator, just using solar power. Our summer trip was mainly in Montana, Wyoming and Utah. We climbed 4 wheel drive mountain roads in Montana to see wild Mustangs and traveled through Yellowstone and Grand Tetons for the Elk, Bear and Wolf sightings.
The lighthouse photo was last fall’s trip to Canada and Prince Edwards Island. With our camper we are able to get into more places and stay longer without the need to find power or campgrounds.”
~Russ & Gretchen Berquam
“On our way to and from our vacation house in Maine, we stopped by Truck Camper Warehouse a couple times and checked out Arctic Fox truck campers as well as several other brands they carry.
After careful evaluation, we chose Arctic Fox because of their quality. We had heard good things about
Arctic Fox and we were impressed when we saw their campers in person.
We picked the Arctic Fox 1150 because we liked the floor plan and the ability to get a dry bath. We knew
we would be taking extended trips and the open feeling of the 1150 appealed to us.”
~Celina and Brett Binns
“I love my Arctic Fox 990 as I can go anywhere and just camp out for a week or so out in the boonies. Quartzsite, AZ BML Long Term Visitor Area (LTVA).
Enjoying the sunset with my Arctic Fox 990. The slide out makes all the difference in the world.”
“Always thought the Arctic Fox was a quality camper; I liked the aluminium frame, the 4 season insulation and features like the solar panels, A/C and spacous, quality interior.
When we bought our 1150 at the end of June our first trip a week later was to go from NY to Vernal Utah for the July 4th POW WOW for the Ute Indian reservation (our grand daughter was just adopted from the tribe earlier in the year) The Camper and truck got us the 2100 miles in just over 2 1/2 days with no problem. We now have been using every year to go to Arizona and stay on some remote places in the desert. I tend to be pretty adventurous with my unit and as we 4 wheeled out of very broken up terrain my wife said “That’s It” the camper was bouncing off the bed of the truck and we lost one of the tie downs. But undaunted we found a “jeep” trail in New Mexico and lost 2 hubcaps down the cliff. I AM NOT ALLOWED TO PICK THE TRAIL ANY MORE…..so says the copilot!”
~Dave and Linda Weinstein
“We had another camper for two years, but the dinette was small, just under 6′ and was only 18″ deep. When we saw the 990 Arctic Fox with the full wall slide, the 26″ slide depth, the closet space and the extra counter space, that was all it took. We stepped up to the 1150 since we have a dually pickup. I found one on the internet and drove all the way to Boise from Colorado to pick it up. We are happy with the Arctic Fox and this will be our third winter in it down in southern Arizona. Last year while boon docking with our ATV’s for 80 days we only spent 62 dollars for camping and dumping the tanks. As far as the camper… it’s great!”
“My husband Mike and I took our 2011 Chevy 3500 diesel dually and our 2005 Arctic Fox 990 on a trip we’d been hoping to do for a long time. By the time we returned to our home near Manitowoc, WI, we had traveled 17,223 miles in three and one half months.”
“Our trip covered NW Canada, Alaska and down the west coast to Bakersfield, CA before heading east and home. We spent about a month in northwest Canada and two months in Alaska traveling almost every back country road we could find. We drove a few thousand miles on rough, unpaved and sometimes muddy roads in almost every weather condition imaginable. Air temps ranged from the 80’s to a low of 22 degrees in snowy Tok, Alaska. Through it all, our Arctic Fox performed impeccably. We loved the fact that no matter where we traveled – even up to the Arctic Ocean, people would come up to us and inquire how we liked our camper – always with admiration in their eyes!”
“We boondocked about 3/4 of our nights and thoroughly enjoyed our trip with our 990 Arctic Fox because of its convenient layout, dependability, sturdiness and high quality of construction, a plus when traveling in The Last Frontier.”
~Mike and Deb Herzfeldt
“What’s not to like about my Arctic Fox 811 camper? Absolutely nothing! We’ve abandoned the tent and sleeping on the ground for the Arctic Fox 811. It’s been a terrific get-a-way home for my wife, my Boxer (Hogan) and I. The time spent inside the camper is nothing short of luxurious. All the conveniences of home in a truck camper for all three of us. Who would have thought camping would include microwave ovens, flat screen televisions and showers? We’ve used the camper in high winds and freezing temperatures and stayed very warm and cozy. A testament to the camper’s excellent build quality and insulation. The interior decor was my wife’s choice and her favorite part of the camper. She loves showing off the interior when we get asked by others to view the inside. We love our 811 and look forward to Spring to take her out again!” ~Kent Keyser
“We have had four class A’s and two fifth wheels and the best trips have been in our F450 and Arctic Fox 990. The flexibility that the Truck Camper lends us is great whether it’s on the road getting to our destination or the section of our campsite that we’re able to get into. Carlos Armas”
“Michigan’s Upper Peninsula has a lot of wilderness with beautiful primitive camping opportunities right on the shores of Lake Superior. The only problem, if you want to camp in most of these areas, they are only accessible by small dirt roads with sites large enough to fit a tent or very small RV. Fortunately for us, not only does our truck and camper fit in these sites but with the AF 1150, we are able to enjoy so many amenities, few could ever think of having in these secluded and primitive locations.”
“This time of year, you will experience a lot of cold and stormy weather blow in off Lake Superior and nights, often in the 30’s. But in the AF, we just aren’t affected by the weather. We love the cozy bedroom for not only sleeping but with it getting dark so early these days and the nights too cold to stay outside with a campfire, we often have wine, eat snacks and watch a movie before going to bed. But what is also great is being able to take hot showers in the morning and then sit at the dinning room table with a hot breakfast, coffee and watch a nasty storm blow in off Lake Superior.”
“We want to thank you for building such an awesome camper and we are looking forward to many more miles and adventures in our AF 1150.”
Ken and Donna Pastorius
“The quality and attention to detail in production of your Arctic Fox line of campers is great! Your efforts invested in time and energy result in making sure we can do the thing we enjoy the most!” Dave & Patty Heath, Texas
“I can attest to the durability of the AF 1150. We have been on Jeep trails with our Ram dually diesel, along roads that overhang 1,000 foot drops, and washboard roads, as well as chargin out of washes that looked like a tank coming out of the hedgerows in Europe during WWI.
“I tend to keep things a long time and feel confident the AF will do well for the long run.
“The heater is warm, the fridge is cold, and the generator powers up when it gets too dark for solar. All in all, I think the unit is good, and I use it.” Dave and Lila W.