Do you have varied snowmobile rental rates during the holidays?

Yes, we do have slightly different rates between December 18th and January 2nd.

What sets your snowmobile rentals apart from large companies?

We go out of our way to ensure that each customer has an exceptional and positive experience. As a small company, we are able to provide not only the best snowmobile rentals, but also the best customer service around.

Will you deliver my rental to a specific location for me if I don’t have the proper towing equipment?

Snowmobiles can be picked up in Appleton, WI or they can be delivered to any location in Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, or Northern Illinois. There is a delivery fee which depends on the distance from Appleton, WI.

Do you rent trailers if we want to tow the equipment ourselves?

Yes, we have trailers available for you to rent. You can tow the snowmobiles to any location in Wisconsin, Upper Michigan, Northern Illinois, or Minnesota.

Do your snowmobiles arrive ready to ride, or do they require maintenance before hitting the trails?

At Power Sports Rental Network, we make sure that all of our rentals are trail ready so you don’t have to waste any of your riding time.

Am I responsible for gas or oil?

Yes, the renter is responsible for the gas they use, as well as the oil they use. All snowmobiles are full of gas and oil at the time of pickup (or when they are delivered).

When is the best time to take my snowmobile rental out on the trails?

The best time is first thing in the morning, because the snow has recently been groomed. The best day of the week is midweek because it is the least busy time for riding and you will not be crowded on the slopes.

What happens if there isn’t enough snow?

If the local snowmobile trails are closed, your reservation deposit will be applied towards a future snowmobile rental, UTV rental, or jet ski rental.

Do you offer snowmobile tours or guides?

Yes, Power Sports Rental Network can guide your group (of any size) on any of the snowmobile trails throughout Wisconsin.

How do I make a reservation?

You can request a reservation online or call our office at (920) 428-4111.

What is the snowmobile rental cancellation policy?

Reservations can be canceled up to seven (7) days before the first day of the reservation without penalty (reservation deposit will be applied towards a future rental). Reservations canceled within seven (7) days of the reservation will forfeit the reservation deposit only if the snowmobiles cannot be re-rented. Reservations canceled within 48 hours of the reservation (and no shows) will be charged the first full day of their reservation.

How much is the security deposit?

If the renter takes the optional insurance there is no security deposit required. If the renter does not take the optional insurance the security deposit is $1000, which can be paid with cash, check, or credit card.

Do you rent helmets?

Yes, helmets can be rented for $5 per day.

Do you offer insurance?

Yes, insurance can be purchased for $20 per snowmobile, per day. This insurance will limit the responsibility of the renter to $1000 worth of damage ($1000 deductible).

Do I need a special license to operate a snowmobile in Wisconsin?

Anyone born after December 31, 1984 is required to possess a valid Snowmobile Safety Certificate in order to operate a snowmobile on public trails, lands, or frozen waters. If you are born on or before December 31, 1984 you do NOT need a Snowmobile Safety Certificate.

How old do I need to be to rent and/or operate a snowmobile in Wisconsin?

You must be at least 18 years old to rent a snowmobile. Anyone 12 and over can operate a snowmobile (as long as they have a Snowmobile Safety Certificate if they were born after December 31, 1984). A driver’s license is not necessary to rent a snowmobile, but you do need a state-issued ID.

How many people fit on your snowmobiles?

We offer both 1 person (1-up) and 2 person (2-up) snowmobile rentals.

I have never operated a snowmobile before; is instruction available?

Yes, we provide a safety orientation and operation instruction with every rental.

Where are we allowed to use the snowmobiles?

Wherever a snowmobile can be legally operated you can use it, including private land you have permission to use.

Are there places along the trail to stop and eat or get gas?

Yes, most trails throughout Wisconsin have places every few miles where you stop and eat or get gas.

Do I need to buy a trail pass?

If you use the snowmobiles in Wisconsin you do not need any additional registration or trail passes. If you take the snowmobiles outside of Wisconsin you may need to purchase a trail pass.

Where do we find out more information about snowmobile trails and their conditions in Wisconsin?

Wisconsin Department of Tourism or The Association of Wisconsin Snowmobile Clubs.