Fun For You Rentals suggests that you bring a camera, driver’s license, snowsuits, snow boots, gloves, goggles or sunglasses, water or Gatorade, backpack, a lunch if you’re going to be out all day, and a credit card.
Unfortunately Fun For You Rentals Does not give out snowsuits anymore, But we still do provide Helmets
Fun For You Rentals provides you with a truck and a trailer and one full tank of gas and a helmet. Bring your own goggles.
Please arrive 1.5 hours before your rental sessions starts. We have two sessions: 9-12, and 1-4. So please arrive at 7:30 am for the 9:00 session and 11:30 for the 1:00 pm session.
If you have a hitch and tow package you can tow trailers with your vehicles. If you don't have a truck or tow package we will provide a vehicle to tow trailers at no extra charge.
We require you have full insurance coverage on your vehicle policy with rental option. We will treat it as a rental vehicle. It's no additional cost to use our vehicles to tow machines.
Yes. We provide maps to get you from the office to your trailhead ; we provide maps of your chosen snowmobile tour.
When you make your reservation, 50% of your total reservation cost is charged to the credit card you supply 48 hours before your booked session. Once we charge your credit card it is non-refundable.
We do no refund deposits on cancellations within 48 hours of your scheduled session. Since we do not charge your card before that 48 hour window, you do not incur any charges on cancellations made before the 48 hours.
There are a variety of public trails in the Breckenridge and Vail areas. Please call for specific details. Some trails require a US Forest Service charge of $6 per person over 16 years of age. Please have cash on hand for these charges. The US Forest Service only accepts cash; this is payable at the trailhead.
Yes we do! We charge an addition $500 deposit per snowmobile for overnight rentals. Please call for details.
If you get stuck and need to be extracted, we provide numbers for you to call for help. Please be aware that charges apply if we have to come pull you out.Be safe! Don’t do the adventure alone, always ride with a buddy.
It will depend on what kind of service you have, But you will get service by time to time always check your phone if you have gotten a little bit of service. But you will probably have full coverage.
No. But there are lots of trees. We recommend using the restroom at the office before departing. (You might want to bring some TP and/or wet wipes. Please bring a zip-lock bag to so you can bring the paper products back out with you.)
Yes, there are speed limits. You will be riding on public lands. These trails are patrolled by local law enforcement Of Summit and Frisco Departments. Speed limits are 30 MPH. If you are ticketed for speeding, you can expect to pay $500 to $1,000 in penalties. Penalties must be paid in person in Grand Junction Colorado. Speeding is the number one reason for accidents. Slow down, be safe – enjoy your ride!