POG Trailers are 100% steel construction with added gussets for reinforced strength. Built for offroad adventures!
With a total trailer weight of 875lbs, our trailers are easily towed by trucks and SUV's.
Our trailers come with a roof rack that you can use for rooftop tents, kayaks, surfboards, standup paddle boards, bike racks and more.
Living the rooftop tent life? Place your rooftop tent on a POG trailer, giving you extra storage space and the ability to leave your camp set up while you adventure for the day.
Need a rooftop tent? We offer a variety of rooftop tent brands.
Love your ground tent, but need that extra storage space? We've got you covered!
Whether you have a rooftop tent, want a tent + trailer package, or just love your ground tent, POG trailers are your must-have for your camping adventures.
THE OFFGRID LIFE
A desire not to be contained by limits. A trailer we've designed and tested for offroad adventures.
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Welcome to Project Offgrid!
We are an Edmonton, AB based company that builds offroad trailers for the adventure seekers.
We also offer Rooftop Tent and Trailer packages for those that want the full rooftop experience.
We, at Project Offgrid, have been avid rooftop tenters for years. Having the rooftop tent over the box of my truck made things challenging when we needed to shuttle with our mountain bikes or go fishing at a nearby creek. A base camp was needed. A place to call home for a few days.
The idea for a trailer was brought up while we were in Kamloops on a downhill biking trip. One day our truck broke down at the top of the mountain where we started our ride, stranding us at the base of a mountain trail when we finished. All our camping gear was with that truck that we could not get back to. Lucky for us, a fellow rider with a Jeep offered to shuttle us back to our truck. It was a long drive up, a lot of ideas were tossed around and the inspiration for Project Offgrid was born that day.