SylvanSport Unveils Off-Road Trailer

A picture of the SylvanSport Go All-Terrain (Goat) trailer.

SylvanSport moved into RV manufacturing in 2023. To start 2024, the company returned to its roots to create its latest product.

On Thursday, SylvanSport unveiled an off-road camping trailer called the Go All-Terrain, also known as the Goat. The 13-foot trailer has a dry weight of 1,200 pounds and a cargo-carrying capacity of 950 pounds.

The trailer’s off-road ability comes from a Timbren axleless suspension, Falken Wildpeak tires and 18 inches of ground clearance.

Goat Head Engineer Brandon Miller said, “The Go All-Terrain has undergone extensive off-road testing and performs just as exceptionally off the road as it does on the road. The utility aspect of this trailer is unmatched as it is able to carry motos, ATVs, landscape supplies, building materials or anything else you might use a utility trailer for. This utility, married with the capability, makes the Goat the true GOAT (greatest of all-time).”

The Goat carries over the camping setup from SylvanSport’s legacy Go trailer. The camping setup sleeps up to four and provides options to sleep on two 80-by-34-inch beds or one king-and-a-half bed.A picture of the SylvanSport Go All-Terrain (Goat) trailer.

Miller said the difference between the Go and the Goat is the Goat’s robust build to endure off-road travel.

“Our Go trailer is pretty much our over-the-road, lightweight hauler and camping trailer,” Miller said. “The Goat trailer is a little bit more robust. We have a sub-frame built underneath it to support the additional weight of the off-road system, which is the Timbren axleless suspension.”

The Timbren suspension has a 2,000-pound capacity with 3,500-pound hubs. The Goat’s frame is built differently from the Go as well.

“On the Goat, we have a much more robust construction,” Miller said. “The side panels are constructed in a different way, a little heavy-duty. With that new design, we were able to fully enclose the sides of the trailer.”

The Goat features exterior molle paneling and mounts. Multiple accessories are available in optional packages.

The Goat will be on public display this weekend for the first time. SylvanSport will be exhibiting at the Southeast Adventure Vehicle Expo in Starke, Florida, today through Sunday. The Goat trailer will be among the manufacturer’s vehicles on display.

SylvanSport said its dealer network was excited about the Goat. The manufacturer expects dealer deliveries to occur over the next two to three months.

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