Petit Outdoor Rentals!
Reservations available between December 29th – March 12th! Depending on snowfall, this is subject to change.
Check out this video for tips on what to wear, what to bring and more!!
Washburn County has some of the most scenic snowmobiling in the state. Over 240 miles of groomed trails wind through public forests and across private land cover hundreds of thousands of acres. It would be hard to beat the Washburn County area for wilderness sledding that is close to lodging, great food establishments, and other amenities. Our local trails link to the largest network of groomed snowmobile trails in the Midwest. Our renters love that they can easily enjoy a days ride to areas such as Trego, Spooner, Shell Lake, Birchwood, Long Lake, Rice Lake, Web, Lake, Danbury, and Superior. Hard working local snowmobile clubs have developed a top-notch trail system that crosses public and private lands, lakes, streams, and bridges. The varied terrain includes hardwood and evergreen forests, wetlands, and farm fields. You will see towering pines, rolling hills, and deeper valleys. Nearly 1,000 lakes in the area offer more than 30,000 acres of lake riding. Most trails are maintained from early December through March, depending on conditions. Many of our trails cross private land so please be respectful of our landowners who have so generously allowed us to cross their property.
Please refer to the following links below to obtain your snowmobile safety course if born on or after January 1st, 1985, and to get acquainted with the trail systems as well as the great food, gas, and lodging establishments along the trails.
Snowmobile Online Safety Certificate
Washburn County Trail Conditions
Washburn County UTV & Snowmobile Trail Maps
Douglas County Trail System & Conditions
Sawyer County Trail Conditions
Sawyer County UTV & Snowmobile Trail System
Wisconsin Snowmobile Laws & Regulations
We recommend that your download the Polaris Ride Command app for your phone, it works great and has a GPS navigation while you’re on the trails.
You can also call 1-800-367-3306 to hear trail conditions 24/7.
Make reservations easily by clicking the BOOK NOW button at the top of the page, call 715-466-4377, or just come in to the shop!