Utah is a great place to be, if you have toys. When I say toys, I mean ATVs, jet skis, motorcycles and more. There are plenty of wide open spaces for you to take your ATV out and kick it into high gear. Lakes dot our beautiful state and give us countless opportunities to spend a few hours out on the jet skis soaking up the sun. Did I mention the miles and miles of motorcycle-ready roads that are just waiting for you take your two-wheeler on? When you go on vacation, you want to take those toys with you. There’s no sense in leaving them at home for you to daydream about. You should always make it a point to take them with you when you hit the road. That’s the reason toy haulers were invented. Comfortable living spaces AND bringing your toys with you. Pacific Coachworks is one of the top manufacturers of toy haulers in the US and if anyone knows how to do it right, it’s them. The Sandsport toy hauler series has fifth wheel and travel trailer models that will make you wonder why you would anywhere else.
Are you looking to take a large crew with you next time you head out? The 280FS model can sleep up to 8 people. That’s including bringing your toy of choice in the back too. We’re not talking about just cramming 8 people in an RV with no elbow room, it’s spacious enough to sleep everyone comfortably.
All of Pacific Coachwork’s toy haulers have aluminum frames and laminated fiberglass walls to cut down on the weight of your RV. After all, just because you’re pulling an RV that can sleep 8 people, doesn’t mean you have to pull an entire house with you.
The interior of these toy haulers is built to impress. Laminated countertops, electric beds, skylights, upgraded furniture, it’s all part of the standard Sandsport features. After a long day of riding trails in your ATV, you’ll be glad to know that your RV is ready for you when you get there. An optional 32″ LCD TV awaits you so you can stay in touch with your favorite shows while you take a breather on your comfy sofa or recliner.
One of my favorite options available is the solar hardware. You can place your solar panel on the roof of your RV and always have power, even when you aren’t hooked up to a power source. Going green is the way to go! You know those toys you brought with you? They require gas to run, right? So what happens when you’re out on a campsite and there’s no gas for miles around? You take it with you! There’s an optional 40 gallon fuel reserve tank (18 gal. on smaller models) so you can run those ATVs and Jet-skis without having to make a trip to the gas station to fill them up.