Rent snowmobiles and snowmobiling gear right at the lodge.

Rent Your Late Model Snowmobile Here
and Ask Us About Snowmobile Tours

Snowmobile Rentals: For Beginners to Experts

Rent a late model snowmobile, they are easy to operate and fun to ride! Throttle to go, brake to stop. It’s almost that simple. No experience necessary and all the required gear is provided. Our professional staff is eager to show you everything you need to know to travel on our scenic trails. We provide safety and operating instruction for first-timers, as well as guided and self-guided snowmobile tours. With the local trail map we provide and well signed trails, you’ll discover how easy it is to explore the beauty of The Forks area. See snowmobiling trip reviews (caution: once you rent snowmobiles you may become a sledhead!)


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What you need to know

  • All rates listed are per snowmobile.
  • Rental fee includes snowmobile with unlimited mileage, helmet and trail map.
  • Gasoline and riding clothing are not included (snowmobile clothing, boots and gloves are available for rental at the main lodge).
  • Maximum weight limit for double snowmobile is 400 lbs
  • All renters must be 18 years old and present a valid driver’s license. Passengers must be at least 10 years old.
  • *Half day rates available from 8:30am – 12.30pm or 12:30pm to 4:30pm.
  • We have very stringent policies regarding all snowmobile rentals. Be sure you and others in your party are familiar with our Sled Damage Deposit requirements and Renters Liability Insurance rules before you rent from us.

Skidoo Ace 600 MXZ
4 Stroke Single Rider
All Levels of Snowmobilers

Skidoo Grand Touring 600 Ace
4 Stroke Double Rider
All Levels of Snowmobilers

Arctic Cat ZR 6000
2 Stroke Single Rider High Performance 120hp
Experienced Snowmobilers Only

Snowmobile Rentals
Daily Rental Rate
1/2 Day Rental Rate
Single Rider 600 4-stroke snowmobile $ 289 $ 209
Double Rider Grand Touring 600 4-stroke snowmobile $ 315 $ 239
Single Rider high performance 120hp class snowmobile $ 339 $ 259
Double Rider high performance 90hp class snowmobile $ 349 $ 269
Gear Rental (Jacket, Pants, Gloves & Boots) $ 45 $ 45

Important Snowmobile Rental and Tour Information and Policies


Snowmobiling Rental Clothing Is Available.

  • You can bring your own: Warm clothes, warm boots & winter gloves.
  • Clothing rentals are available: Complete Riding Package (Jacket, Pants, Boots, Gloves) $45


An Understanding – Release of Liability

As with most adventure activities, there are inherent risks involved. Each snowmobile rental participant or self-guided tour participant must acknowledge this by reading and signing a liability release form prior to departure.


Driver & Passenger Requirements

Drivers must be at least 18 years old and present a valid driver’s license. All of our one person sleds (1 up) are for single riders only. Passengers are only allowed on our two person sleds (2 up). Minimum age of passenger is 10 years old.


Snowmobile Rental Damage Deposit Details

On the day of the rental, renters will be required to purchase insurance to cover damage to the machine and supply a damage deposit in the amount of the deductible on the insurance policy:  $50 per machine per day for a $2,000 deductible policy.  This  insurance will cover damage to the rental machine only and does not provide any type of property damage, liability, or medical coverage.


Don’t Be Stupid ~ Ride Sober!

Maine has a very strict OUI law for snowmobile operators. Anyone under the influence of alcohol or drugs, or demonstrating unruly behavior, will be denied services without refund.


Cancellation Policy

Northern Outdoors reserves the right to cancel or alter snowmobile rentals or guided tours due to inclement weather, foreseeable hazards, insufficient bookings, or circumstances beyond our control. Full refunds or alternate dates will be offered in this unlikely event.

Cabins on the Trail

You can ride your rental sled right from your cabin porch! We have large cabins for families and groups, cozy cabins for couples, budget lodge rooms above the restaurant, and logdominiums (Maine woods style condos.)