Sylvansport Go Camper Trailer

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Typically trailers require some sort of truck or SUV to pull them along, but the Sylvansport Go Camper Trailer is looking to reinvent this entire process.

Weighing in at a mere 840 pounds, this trailer can be towed by both trucks and small cars like Mini Coopers. With versatility like a Swiss Army Knife, there’s a lot more than meets the eye with this camper.  The Go is equipped with a pop up tent complete with insulated bed platforms and a self inflating mattress to ensure you get a good night’s sleep, no matter where your adventures take you. The trailer can also tow your toys, with room for kayaks, an ATV, two dirt bikes, and up to 12 regular bicycles.

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