FAQs

For Snowmobiles, ATVs and Trail Side-by-Sides: You must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver’s license to rent a vehicle. The minimum age for riders is 16 years old. Passengers must be at least 8 years old and require a parent/guardian’s supervision. For Cars, SUVs, Vans and Street Legal Side-by-sides: You must be at least 21 years old and have a valid driver’s license. For Motorcycles: You must be at least 21 years old and have a valid motorcycle license.

The choice to ride single or double depends on the participant’s age and level of confidence operating a snowmobile or ATV. Based on our experience, even novice riders prefer riding single over riding double because it is more comfortable and easier to maneuver the snowmobile or ATV.

Out of our Jackson location trailers are included with the rental of a snowmobile or ATV. Tow vehicles are also available to rent at a discounted rate.  Side by Sides can be driven on street from our Jackson location out to the trails.  Our Alpine location offers a “no tow” option for all of our ATVs, Side by Sides and Snowmobiles.

All snowmobile rentals include helmets, boots, bibs, jackets and gloves for the driver and passenger if applicable.

Quality snow clothing is essential when snowmobiling. We recommend water resistant snow bibs with a quality winter coat or a full snow suit. Gloves and insulated, waterproof boots are also recommended. Ski clothing works quite well. We offer an excellent stock of snow clothing to outfit you completely or to add the extras you may need.

Full face DOT approved helmets ranging from sizes XS to XXXL are available.

If you cancel 30 days before your reservation is scheduled we will give you a full refund. If you cancel 29 days to 48 hours before your reservation you will forfeit 50% of your rental and if you cancel within 48 hours of your scheduled reservation you will forfeit the entire amount of your rental.

An RV is designed to work like a house on wheels. It is fully equipped with a kitchen, table, chairs, bathroom and beds. The cab of the RV is connected with the rest of the vehicle to give you constant access to the whole thing. A Travel Trailer is attached to a tow vehicle and can be left behind at a campsite to allow for easier exploration. The Travel Trailer is almost identical to the RV in terms of the amenities that are available. Both can take advantage of full hook-up campsites, or operate without any hook-ups for several days at a time.