All model trailers are welcome to join in the fun! We have a full weekend of fun planned here at the campground. E/W/S Site fee is $50 per night. Rally fee is $35 per person and includes 2 breakfasts and 2 dinners. Craft workshops ($) will be offered as well. Enjoy the nearby beaches of… Continue reading 2019 JERSEY SHORE WINGZ RALLY
JOIN OUR SURFIN’ SAFARI IN HEMET, CALIF.! Gear up your Woodies and VW Buses, and get ready to cruise back in time to SoCal in the ’60s at Golden Village Palms RV Resort’s 5th Annual “Surfin’ USA” Pre-1985 Vintage Trailers, Campers & Classic Car Show. Sixties beach vibes never looked so good on some of… Continue reading “Surfin’ USA” 5th Annual Vintage Trailers, Campers & Classic Car Show!
TCT Rolling History Day on 2/20/2019 Agenda Private Collection/Garage Tour 10a.m. – Noon Vintage Car Show Noon – 4 p.m. *Dinner/Performance 5 – 11p.m. Sertoma Youth Ranch, 85 Myers Rd., Brooksville, FL 34602 To register for this car show click here Custom, one off Trophies for Best in Show and Reserve Best in Show. Historical… Continue reading The Rolling History Car Show at the Florida Centennial
2019 marks the 100 year anniversary of the Tin Can Tourists and we are excited to celebrate this amazing milestone with our 2300 members! A little background of how and when the Tin Can Tourists Club was born, here is the basics – The Tin Can Tourists were organized at De Soto Park, Tampa, Florida, in… Continue reading Happy 100th Anniversary
Here are the plans for the 1935 Pullman trailer from Popular Home Craft magazine. This looks very similar to the Curtiss Aerocar Tags: plans, Vintage Camper, vintage campers, Vintage Trailer, Vintage Trailers
These terms can be confusing when people get started in the hobby because they can overlap and are often misunderstood. Let’s try to define these and clarify. Let’s start with what is vintage? Our club defines vintage very specifically as Trailers/Motor-homes built from 1946-1969 are to be considered “VINTAGE” Our complete classifications of Antique, Vintage, Classic… Continue reading What’s the difference between a vintage trailer, vintage camper, vintage motorhome and a vintage RV?
Our facebook community recently debated and shared the tools that are needed while you’re on the road with your vintage trailer or RV. Here are the highlights: One of the best things about having a fully stocked RV Tool Kit is being able to handle those “unexpected” events at the campsite or on the road.… Continue reading Tools for the Vintage Camper Road Trip
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 of course, a great spot… Continue reading 2018 George Ohr Fest Camper Rally
The River Country Chamber would like you to come celebrate the North Country Trail & White Cloud with us during the 2018 Trail Town Celebration. Newaygo County Parks will be waiving the County Park Fee for the Tin Can Tourists. The White Cloud County Park is located at 680 E Wilcox Ave, White Cloud. MI… Continue reading Trail Town Celebration Vintage Trailer Gathering
There is a medallion on ebay right now selling for $99! Unfortunately it has an ugly hole punched in the middle of it. TCT Members can buy their own medallion for only $15 and they are shiny brass that will age appropriately. They don’t have the ugly hole either. We partnered with Vintage Trailer Supply… Continue reading Tin Can Tourists Medallion
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 – water so clear you can see the bottom twenty… Continue reading TCT Port Crescent Article Featured in Mobilerving.com
The Thrifter Sisters Flea Market and Vintage Camper Show will be at the Marquette County Fairgrounds, July 14th, with camping at the Marquette County Fairgrounds starting July 13th, and going throughout the weekend. (This is a full hookup campground.) Come stay during the Thrifter Sisters Flea Market, shop, show off your camper during open house… Continue reading Thrifter Sisters Flea Market & Vintage Camper Event Comes To Marquette, MI
Dear Tin Can Tourist, My name is Patty Farrin and I am a vintage camper owner and lover. I have published a children’s book titled, The Teacup Café. The camper on the cover is actually my 1967 Scotty. The book was just published and will be available through www.maineauthorspublishing.com and also Amazon soon! Here is a synopsis… Continue reading The Teacup Café
Terry and Michelle Bone: Royal Tin Can Openers The second generation of the Bone’s are proud represent the Tin Can Tourists. We recently retired and live in Michigan and we camp as much as we can in the surrounding states. We’ve been part of the TCT club since 1998 when the club was renewed and… Continue reading Regional Representatives