As you plan out your winter fun, be sure to save a weekend for some snowmobiling in Wisconsin. You can find extensive trail systems throughout the state that make for a great getaway—especially if you decide to extend your trip a bit past the weekend. As you work out all the details, let our staff here at Power Sports Rental Network share a few of our favorite trails and destinations as well as our available rentals. Snowmobile Rental


You can find a number of trail systems throughout Wisconsin, but a few favorites include:
  • Brown County
  • Shawano County
  • Waupaca County
We go into a bit more detail about each of these snowmobile trail systems in a previous blog post, so check it out. Be sure to also check the current trail conditions before heading out.


We know that you plan to spend most of your time out on the trails, but in case you’re looking for something to do or want to find a fun place to book a hotel, check out these popular Wisconsin destinations:
  • Green Bay
  • Oshkosh or Appleton (both near Lake Winnebago)
  • Sturgeon Bay/Door County area
  • Sheboygan
  • Lake Geneva
For accommodations, we urge you to check out the Cottages on Serenity Lake if you want more of a backcountry experience, or Fox Hills Resort for more luxurious amenities (halfway between Green Bay and Sheboygan).


In case you don’t have a snowmobile of your own, don’t despair. Power Sports Rental Network provides snowmobile rentals to customers throughout Wisconsin. No matter where you decide to ride, we can be sure you have a snowmobile waiting for you. We have both one- and two-passenger snowmobiles with plenty of power and traction for riding the trails. Our 2017 daily rental rate is $245, but if you’re wanting a multi-day rate or longer, all you have to do is call us for a free custom quote.

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Ready to reserve your snowmobile rental and start planning your weekend away? Contact Power Sports Rental Network today at (920) 428-4111. We would be glad to tell you about our rental options and reserve a snowmobile just for you.   Sources: Dearsley, Brian. “12 Top-Rated Tourist Attractions in Wisconsin.” Web blog. Planetware. 19 October. 2017. Photo credit: public domain via pixabay