Tin Can Tourists are full of imagination and creativity! Beth Lindner of Michigan sent us these pictures sharing an idea for how to bring the dinner table to the restaurant… Continue reading “Camper Carryout”
Tim Heintz helped us unravel the mysteries of vintage trailer insurance in our first virtual TCT session. You can view the recording of the presentation right here Couple screenshots from… Continue reading Tin Can Tutoring a huge success!
Welcome to our 9th California campground to join the TCT Friendly Campground program. An amazing campground that is older that the Tin Can Tourists (and we are 102 years old)!… Continue reading Camp Arroyo Grande joins the Vintage Friendly Campground directory!
It was only two years ago and the Tin Can Tourists celebrated our 100 year centennial celebration and now Oakdale RV Resort & Motor Court is celebrating their 95th Anniversary… Continue reading Calling all Texans! Exciting Rally for 2021
Join us for a special virtual seminar with Tim Heintz on how to properly insure your vintage trailer and learn about the necessary appraisal process involved without. We will dedicate… Continue reading Want to know how to insure your trailer?
Our Facebook members come through every year with Gloriously Holiday decorated trailers and interiors. This year was exceptional! Here are a few Tags: Vintage Trailer
VERSION 5 As the vaccines participation is increasing and the cases across the country are reducing, the Tin Can Tourists guidance is hopeful and is recommending continuing the rally format… Continue reading 2021 Rally Guidance
Vintage campers a growing trend for outdoor fun Article from “The Tribune” in Seymour Indiana By Lew Freedman Those who manufactured what are called vintage campers mostly decorated with colors from… Continue reading Article in “The Tribune” features the TCT
We wanted some t-shirts that had great designs and fun sayings that we can all appreciate. Our graphic design team delivered! Do you have a saying you’d like to see… Continue reading T-Shirts made for the Vintage Trailer owner
We are starting to plan rallies for 2021 and so our vintage trailer friends. we already have 30 rallies posted in our events Without a clear end to the pandemic,… Continue reading Hopeful for 2021 Rallies
We commissioned an artist to design a series of images that celebrate the classic motorhomes and trailers that represent the hobby we all love. We feel these beautiful images respectfully… Continue reading Honoring the Classics
Tim Heintz shows us the difficulty of trying to identify a trailer by one picture. Here is the trailer that on of our facebook members is trying to identify: and… Continue reading Trying to Identify a trailer by a few pictures
The Tin Can Tourists welcomes the Oakdale RV resort into the Vintage Trailer Campground program and plans to have a TCT Rally in 2021 to celebrate their 95 year anniversary!… Continue reading Oakdale RV Resort joins the Vintage Trailer Friendly program
This is a frequent question that is posted in the Tin Can Tourists Facebook group. People see a lot of posts on Facebook about trailers being stolen and feel they… Continue reading How to Track a Stolen Vintage Trailer or Motorhome?
As the weather gets colder and leaves start to fall, we all need to warm up around the camp fire and there is no better way to enjoy a warm… Continue reading Enamel Mugs and some Magic for Fall!
Eighteen months after the idea was conceived, Realize Bradenton has published a limited edition children’s book focused on the rich history and environment of the pioneer town of Manatee, where… Continue reading T is for Tin Can Tourists
A MAJOR Hurricane will impact so many with vintage trailers. As a native Floridian that has prepared many of my own vintage trailers for such storms I feel it may… Continue reading How to keep your Vintage Trailer safe in a Hurricane
The Vintage Nights 2021 Wall Calendar is now available. This year we also added Note Card and Postcard sets that utilize the same images as the wall calendar. Product Links… Continue reading Vintage Nights 2021 Wall Calendar, Note Cards and Postcards are now available
Donut Media (all about car culture) did a really good job of researching the history of RVing in America and appropriately highlight the Tin Can Tourists towards the start of… Continue reading Donut Media documents TCT’s role in RV history
As promised, Tin Can Tourists donated the profits from the Hero Hootenanny t-shirt sales to FeedingAmerica.org to help those in need struggling to feed their families. Thank you to all… Continue reading Another Donation to FeedingAmerica.org
The inaugural TCT Antique Alley Rally was held on July 30, 2020 – August 2, 2020 at the Cider House Campground in Bouckville, NY. Hosting the event was Beth and… Continue reading TCT Antique Alley Rally Recap
The Tin Can Tourists are proud to announce that the Cranhill Hill Ranch Family Campground has joined the Vintage Friendly Campground Directory. Please consider camping at Cranhill and all of… Continue reading Cranhill Ranch joins the Vintage Trailer Friendly Directory
We wanted to honor the workers on the frontline during this pandemic and Roo Ryan was able to create a design that is perfect. The theme of our fall gathering… Continue reading Fall Gathering T-Shirt honors Frontline Heroes
A really fun trend in the vintage trailer scene is the documenting of a restoration using social media sites like Instagram. Naming the trailer is traditional as well. Using the… Continue reading RV Sticker Club
A news channel in northern Michigan wanted to feature the Tin Can Tourists and the vintage camping hobby on their morning news program and Tom & Mary Mills volunteered to… Continue reading TCTer’s Tom and Mary Mills on 9&10 News
Here’s a link to the story writer Molly Korroch did for the July issue of Traverse Magazine. It’s now been published on MyNorth.com, too. They thanked the Tin Can Tourists… Continue reading MyNorth features an article on the TCT
Have you ever wondered where your trailer or other campers were manufactured? When we updated our trailer brand wiki – we added the ability to tag the shapes they made,… Continue reading Where were all these vintage trailers made?
With the current global pandemic, many people have shifted to a work-from-home lifestyle, and some may never go back to an office environment. Luckily, people have displayed an effective way… Continue reading How to Use Your Vintage Trailer to Become a Digital Nomad
The Tin Can Tourists is finally getting active on Instagram and if the first week is any indication, its going to be fantastic partnership! Our new social media manager, Paige… Continue reading TCT and Instagram – it’s Going to be Great!
For the first time EVER, we’ve made the TCT membership pins available for you to order online. Just like in the 1930s, all TCT members should have one. If you… Continue reading TCT Membership Pins are now available online!