Check out the feature article about Janet Boutilier’s experience with the Tin Can Tourists in the 2019 Fall MyBlue magazine. Her article starts on page 4! “Everyone is welcome with… Continue reading A 1960s Cowgirl Goes Vintage
Each year we capture some of the great holiday photos posted by Tin Can Tourists in our Facebook group Merry Christmas!
A big welcome to our new Arkansas state representatives. The club is excited to have Rob and Lrae help us provide more camping opportunities in Arkansas. Rob & Lrae Wintercorn… Continue reading Announcing our new Arkansas State representative
Forrest Bone inducted Steve Hingtgen in the TCT Hall of Fame while visiting the Vintage Trailer Supply Grand Opening Ceremonies in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The inscription on the Hall… Continue reading Steve Hingtgen inducted in the TCT Hall of Fame
Tin Can Tourists Royal Can Opener Forrest Bone and Southeast Representative Tim Heintz are rubbing shoulders with the Vintage Trailer community elite at the Vintage Trailer Supply’s Grand Opening Gala… Continue reading Vintage Trailer Supply Grand Opening
Tim Heintz provided us with some very practical hurricane advice: Hurricane Dorian will impact so may of us with vintage trailers. As a native Floridian that has prepared many of… Continue reading How to protect your trailer from a hurricane
2019 marks the 100th year anniversary for the Tin Can Tourists Vintage Trailer club and most people don’t know why we are named Tin Can Tourists. Everyone understands the Tourists… Continue reading Where did the “Tin Can” come from?
Forrest Bone and Tim Heintz will be presenting at the grand opening. A 3-DAY CELEBRATION WITH NATIONAL LIFESTYLE AND INDUSTRY LEADERS, LIVE MUSIC, EXCLUSIVE PROMOTIONS, AND SANTA FE CULTURE. Full… Continue reading Tin Can Tourists presenting at the VTS Grand Opening
2019 is a significant milestone for the club as we celebrate the centennial anniversary and it was because of our member’s support that allowed us to get this far. Although… Continue reading The 1st 100 Years – Video Edition
Article appeared on StressLess Camping: http://bit.ly/SLCHeintzIns “I know we all talk about insurance constantly and I have talked about the many aspects and issues with getting the right policy. I had… Continue reading Vintage RV Insurance tips from Tim Heintz (TCT Southeast Representative)
Tin Can Tourists celebrate vintage camping at Interlochen State Park BY SALLY BARBER Special to the Record-Eagle 6 hrs ago CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE INTERLOCHEN — Interlochen… Continue reading Tin Can Tourists Featured in Traverse City Record-Eagle Newspaper
Dave McGrath captured some wonderful images of the vintage trailers and activities at the Michigan Centennial Celebration held at Camp Dearborn.
It’s the beginning of another great camping season. Whether you are a full-time RVer or the occasional vintage trailer weekend traveler hopefully we will give you a few more excuses… Continue reading Facts why everyone should be Vintage camping!
This beautiful design of a Vintage Trailer camping in the mountains is available now to celebrate the Tin Can Tourists Centennial Anniversary. Available in many light colors to highlight the… Continue reading New Centennial T-Shirt Available
Hello Tin Can Tourists! Below you will find information about the City of Mountain View’s “Cruisin’ Mountain View” parade being held Saturday, April 27 in downtown Mountain View. Any chance a… Continue reading Mountain View California looking for vintage campers for a parade
Steve has been an avid and generous supporter of the Tin Can Tourists Vintage Trailer club and nearly every member has leveraged Vintage Trailer Supply while restoring their trailers. In… Continue reading Steve Hingtgen of Vintage Trailer Supply recognized at the TCT Florida Centennial Celebration
Vintage Trailers were the stars at the 100th Anniversary of the Tin Can Tourists. Sertoma Youth Ranch in Brooksville was the campground to host the centennial celebration in Florida. Over… Continue reading Florida Centennial Celebration
The Southern Agenda: February/March 2019 Here is a link: https://gardenandgun.com/articles/southern-agenda-february-march-2019/ ANNIVERSARY Florida AIRSTREAM DREAM Since the dawn of the automobile age, snowbirds have flocked to the Sunshine State. Few have done… Continue reading TCT Featured in Garden & Gun Magazine
Tin Can Tourists Northeast Rally, Sampson State Park, (Romulus, New York), September 12-15, 2019 The Northeast Regional Rally registration will open Saturday February 2, 2019 at 8:00am EST This year,… Continue reading Northeast Regional Rally Registration opens February 2nd, 2019 at 8:00am EST
Port Crescent State Park and the Tin Can Tourists is a great combination. Enjoy this video recap of the vintage trailer rally held in one Michigan’s most beautiful state parks!
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.,… Continue reading The Rolling History Car Show at the Florida Centennial
Our Classified Ad system is free and gets a lot of activity. We are constantly getting emails thanking us for helping sell their vintage trailer and we love that we… Continue reading Classified Ad System – Marking a Vintage Trailer as “SOLD”
Get Your Dinner and Entertainment Tickets for the Florida Centennial Celebration Absolutely NO Tickets will be available at the event. Catering counts must be in advance. Ticket forms must be… Continue reading Get Your Dinner and Entertainment Tickets for the Florida Centennial Celebration
Vintage Trailer Open Houses At trailer rallies there are often an open house of the Vintage Travel Trailers. This is a chance for the public to see how these vintage… Continue reading What is an Open House at a Vintage Camper Rally?
Here is a nice video taken at the Tin Can Tourists Winter Convention of Vintage Campers in 2017. This can give you a good idea of what to expect at… Continue reading Preview of Campground for the Florida Centennial
Here are the plans for this beautiful vintage trailer from 1936 Popular Homecraft magazine. It’s 17.5 feet long and was framed using spruce. Lightweight and designed to use aircraft construction… Continue reading 1936 “The Traveler” Vintage Trailer plans
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… 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
Love to see vintage trailers decorated for the holidays. Every year we are amazed at the creativity of our members with their holiday camper decorating! with Music from Spotify –… Continue reading Vintage Trailers Decorated for the Holidays – 2018 Edition
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… Continue reading What’s the difference between a vintage trailer, vintage camper, vintage motorhome and a vintage RV?