Every winter, over 200,000 fellow adrenaline-lovers hit the snowmobile trails in Wisconsin. Don’t let the cold weather keep you inside when you could be outdoors, having an exciting adventure in the snow. For a memorable day with both family and friends, grab your gear and get ready to ride those trails! Reserve your snowmobile from Power Sports Rental Network today, or call (920) 428-4111 to get started. 

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Explore Wisconsin’s Snowmobile Trails

Wisconsin boasts over 25,000 miles of snowmobile trails. All of our snowmobile rentals can be picked up and towed by trailer, or delivered to the trail head location of your choice. We provide delivery services of snowmobile rentals to the entire state. Our most commonly-served counties include Outagamie, Waupaca, Brown, Calumet, Winnebago, and Shawano. But, we’re happy to help you even if you plan to go to another area of the state. 

High-Quality Sleds

Our snowmobiles are newer units that are well-maintained and trail-ready. We also provide regular checkups and consistent maintenance, to ensure our sleds are always ready to perform at their best. We are happy to go above and beyond in order to make sure that each customer has a phenomenal experience. As a small company, we’re able to provide the best personalized customer service around and we take a genuine interest in your outdoor winter adventure. 

Safety is #1

State law requires that everyone driving a snowmobile take a snowmobile safety certification course. In addition, all drivers must be over age 12. We’ll make sure you have access to everything you need to get on your way with your snowmobile rental!

Located in Appleton, WI, Power Sports Rental Network serves the entire state with our convenient and affordable snowmobile rental services. Our fast and powerful machines are the best way to get out and enjoy the Wisconsin snowmobile trails. To add to the adventure, we also offer guided snowmobile tours. Call (920) 428-4111 for details or request your reservation today.

Source: Wisconsin DNR