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SylvanSport GOAT Off-Road Trailer

Published on March 15th, 2024 by Kristopher Bunker
This post was updated on March 29th, 2024

SylvanSport GOAT studio image.
Photo courtesy SylvanSport

SylvanSport is jumping into the growing overlanding RV market. The Brevard, North Carolina-based manufacturer is known for adventure travel trailers, pop-up campers, rooftop tents, and outdoor gear. The SylvanSport GO All-Terrain (GOAT) marks the company’s first off-road camping trailer.

Crafted with a custom extruded aluminum frame, the GOAT blends the optimal balance between strength and lightweight trailer. The optional articulated hitch, low center of gravity, 18-inch ground clearance, and 40-degree-plus departure angle makes it capable on most any terrain, both on- and off-road.

The SylvanSport GOAT’s design helps it easily transform from a low-profile gear hauler that expands to a toy hauler for dirt bikes and gear to a compact travel trailer offering 6 feet, 5 inches of headroom.

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The GOAT’s 1,200-pound dry weight makes it towable by smaller vehicles. Construction highlights also include rugged features like a 4-by-7-foot diamond-plated deck, LED running lights, Falken Wildpeak tires, and Timbren axles. The impressive interior space offers sleeping accommodations for up to four adults and two pets. The off-road trailer has a 950 pound cargo carrying capacity rating.

Available options packages (there are two in addition to the base model) offer the ability to add everything from a tent awning to curtains to a gazebo screen room. Additional must-have options include a GO Solar Kit, spare tire and rack, Yakima road shower, portable toilet, and camp kitchen.

MSRP runs from $19,995–$21,995.

Plans to offer additional accessories including a swing-out tailgate and drop-down kitchen, roof rack, and propane cylinder mount are already in the works.

To see the GOAT in action, check out the launch video. (Highlights begin at 3 minutes).

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