Tin Can Tourists

Introducing our new Arizona State Representative – Gail Leggett

The Tin Can Tourists club is excited to announce another state representative to support our growing club. Please welcome and say hello to Gail Leggett  our new Arizona State Representative! Gail’s Email: ggleggett@hotmail.com I live on an acre in the foothills of Oro Valley (Tucson), Arizona with my husband, 2 dogs, […]

6th Annual Fiddlers Picnic Vintage Trailer Rally report

The Fiddlers Picnic is a 44 year old acoustic music jam held on the Old Mercier Ranch on the South side of Livingston, MT.  August 3-5. The event is just North of Yellowstone National Park and on the banks of the Yellowstone River Within that event is the Fiddlers Picnic […]

TCT Port Crescent Article Featured in Mobilerving.com

READ THE COMPLETE ARTICLE HERE SUN, SURF AND ALUMINUM ALL SHINE AT THE PORT CRESCENT VINTAGE CAMPER SHOW By : William Flood   August 06, 2018 If you’ve not had the fortune to experience the Great Lakes during summertime, you are in for a treat. Picture the Caribbean without the palm trees […]

2018 George Ohr Fest Camper Rally

Art, Community, Food, and Vintage! Join the Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art for Cruisin’ the Coast! We will be presenting a two-day vintage camper rally along side the 2018 George Ohr Fest. Festivities will include great local food, bonfires, a community art project, art vendors, local craft beer and micro-brews, and […]

New Hosting Service

The Tin Can Tourists website is now on a new hosting service and we have some clean-up to do to get this perfect, so you may see some broken links. One of the things we have done with the move, is eliminated the “blog” directory and moved everything up to […]

TheVAP at the 99th TCT Winter Convention

The guys (hosted by Tim Shepard and Panel Pro Colin Hyde) who record one of our favorite podcasts called the theVAP (Vintage Airstream Podcast) recorded their latest podcast at the Tin Can Tourists 99th Winter Convention. Colin was attending in person, as he’s done for the last few years. http://www.thevap.com/vapcasts/vap0290.mp3 […]

History Flashbacks

Even after our region’s first settlers built towns and cities, some would still head to wilder areas to practice “woodcraft,” as camping used to be called. Sociologist have posited that the desire to explore is endemic in all Americans. The country’s first RV club, the Tin Can Tourists, was organized […]

Hilltop and the Importance of Mobile Home Parks as Endangered Historic Places

Thanks to Nan Engel, the Tin Can Tourists club received permission to share a link for an article written for the Minnesota Historical Society entitled “Hilltop and the Importance of Mobile Home Parks as Endangered Historic Places” Here is the pdf link: http://collections.mnhs.org/MNHistoryMagazine/articles/65/v65i08p314-324.pdf It is really a cool article, even if you’re […]

Not getting our emails

Here are some steps that will make sure you never miss an email from us! Whitelist and prioritize all emails from tincantourists.com This is important, because if our emails aren’t getting through, you’ll miss these important updates and you won’t receive all the benefits of being in the Tin Can Tourists […]