Patriot TH 610 Off-Road Toy-Hauler

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Rides

Patriot Campers knows a thing or two about campers. Now they’re upping the ante with an off-road trailer that lets you bring your favorite toys along during your overland expeditions. Meet the Patriot TH 610 toy hauler.

After the brand’s Patriot X1 won the award for Camper Trailer of the year in 2014, the team decided they wanted to see if they could make the beloved camper even better for 2015. It’s got all the same features from the X1 including the complete kitchen, bathroom, shower, toolbox, and sleeping quarters, but this time with a massive 1.7 meters x 3 meters long deck to accommodate all the toys you could dream of taking on your adventure. It’s capable of carrying a full-size side by side ATV, up to 5 dirt bikes, or 2 jet skis, complete with all the custom designed clamps and tie down points you’ll need. The trailer starts at $59,990. [Purchase]

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