Side by Side Rentals
Have some outdoor adventure and create new memories with our street legal side-by-side rentals! We have 2-seater and 4-seater Polaris Rangers, and a 5-seater Honda Pioneer. You can reserve your equipment here, or call us if you have questions.
Depending on which location you choose to start from, our rentals are for increments of 2 hours, 4 hours, or 7 hours and a great way to explore is taking the authorized Off Highway Vehicle roads and trails in the nearby Flathead National Forest. Expect a combination of paved roads, gravel roads, logging/dirt roads, and a few more technical dirt and rocky roads. Expect to get dusty, or muddy, or windblown, or wet, or all of the above; and expect to have a blast!
Note: you are required to fill up the gas tank at the end of your rental, must be 21 years of age or older to rent and drive one of our side by sides, and you are responsible for any damage to the unit.
Areas to Explore
Hungry Horse Reservoir in Flathead National Forest
If you are going to be near West Glacier, this is the place for you. You will pick up and drop off your side-by-side at 10170 US-2, Coram, MT. The side-by-sides are street legal and allowed into Glacier Park if you would like.
A great way to explore more of Montana is to drive just a couple miles on Highway 2 and then enter the Flathead National Forest at the Hungry Horse Reservoir. There is a perimeter road all the way around the reservoir which is a mix of paved and gravel. Go see the Hungry Horse Dam, or take some of the approved Forest Service roads off the perimeter road for some amazing vistas, including Desert Mountain! There are also several boat launches and public areas around the Hungry Horse Reservoir (both paid and free).
Expect a mix of paved, gravel and logging/dirt roads with a few more technical roads.
Wild Bill & Ashley Lake in the Flathead National Forest
If you are going to be near the west side of Kalispell, this is the place for you. You will pick up and drop off your side-by-side from Browns Meadow Road in Kila.
A great way to explore more of Montana is to drive the side-by-side from the pickup location to the Wild Bill OHV trail system in the Flathead National Forest. From here there are many roads to choose from to explore, you can even take the roads over to Lakeside, MT for lunch at The Tamarack!
You can also take US Highway 2 and visit Ashley Lake on the other side. The trails on that side are less extensive but some people prefer to be able to take a swim in the lake!
Expect a mix of paved, gravel and logging/dirt roads with a few more technical logging/dirt roads.