Many visitors choose Wisconsin for a winter getaway for its beautiful snow—and all the snowmobiling opportunities that come with it. Before you book a snowmobile rental, we at Power Sports Rental Network encourage you to thoroughly read through the state requirements for operating a snowmobile. However, we will attempt to summarize the basics as well as our snowmobile rental policies here. snowmobiling If you have any questions about this info, please contact Power Sports Rental Network directly at (920) 428-4111.


You must be at least 12 years old to operate a snowmobile rental in the state of Wisconsin. However, in order to rent a snowmobile, you must be at least 18 years of age and possess either a driver’s license or state-issued ID.


To legally drive a snowmobile, individuals who are at least 12 years old and born on or after January 1, 1985 must complete a snowmobile-safety certification course. We at Power Sports Rental Network recommend that you take the snowmobile-certification course online prior to the day of your rental. Bring your certification with you, because we will not allow anyone born on or after January 1, 1985 to drive a snowmobile rental without this important document.

Trail Pass

Beginning July 1, 2015, the state of Wisconsin will put into effect trail-pass requirements. Anyone out on public snowmobiling trails must have a state-issued snowmobile-trail pass. This fee helps keep the trails maintained and safe for snowmobilers. If you’re using a snowmobile rental from Power Sports Rental Network, the trail pass is included in the price of the snowmobile rental. Don’t hesitate to call us at Power Sports Rental Network of Wisconsin if you have questions about snowmobile rental or snowmobiling in our great state! We can help you find answers and get you set up with a snowmobile rental. Contact us today at (920) 428-4111. photo credit: Sugarloaf Provincial Park_snowmobiling_2011_29 via photopin (license)