Our friends at Flyte Camp provided a video tour of the event hosted by a Tin Can Tourists Member Dal Smilie.
Dal’s favorite picture from the event:
The historic Buffalo Trace distillery and the Tin Can Tourists have partnered on a limited edition bourbon for the TCT Centennial. Tin Can Tourists members selected a barrel of Buffalo Trace bourbon that has been bottled and will be released at TCT Centennial events in 2019. Only 48 bottles will […]
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: firstname.lastname@example.org I live on an acre in the foothills of Oro Valley (Tucson), Arizona with my husband, 2 dogs, […]
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 […]
Join other vintage trailer enthusiasts June 23/24 for Fortins Village Classic Car Show – with a special section to set up, display AND camp-out on June 23. Located in the beautiful Fraser Valley, just a short 30 minute drive from the Sumas, Washington border crossing. Tags: airstream, Mid-Century, Tin Can […]
Official Announcement John Truitt is hereby inducted into the Tin Can Tourists Hall of Fame – for his service and support as TCT’s official photographer for the Annual Gathering and for his service as Rally Host at Port Crescent, Port Sanilac and Wyandotte. Your devotion to TCT and its principles […]
Yesterday’s (4/12/18) episode of the CBS television program “Innovation Nation” featured a segment on the history of motor lodging. For the early years, it showed people car camping using a Ford Model T, then it briefly showed a magazine article about the Tin Can Tourists. During the rolling of the […]