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Frequently Asked Questions

Your Out West Adventure starts in Cody, Wyoming with our premier off-road powersport rentals.

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  • How old do I have to be to drive?
    • To rent a UTV, you must be 25 years of age or older. • When riding off trail, any adult 18 years of age or older with a valid driver’s license are permitted to drive the machine.
  • Do I need reservations?
    Reservations are not required, but are highly recommended. We will rent on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations do take priority over drop-ins.
  • Can I add a trailer to my rental?
    To rent a tailer for the rented machine, there will be a $50 fee.
  • Can I pick up my rental early?
    You may pick up your unit the night before your scheduled rental; however, there will be an additional $50 fee.
  • What clothes should I wear?
    •Weather in Wyoming can change in an instant. We recommend dressing in clothes that keep you fully covered and additional coats in case of a storm or mud. • Close toed shoes • Long pants • Long sleeved shirts • Coats
  • Do you require a deposit?
    Payment in full is required up-front.
  • Do you offer guide service?
    Fee rate of $325 + any tips to be shared with the guide.
  • Can you deliver and pick-up my rental?
    UTV’s can be delivered and picked up from location for a fee of $100/unit + $25 fuel fee for full-day rides only.
  • What taxes are there for rentals?
    • Wyoming Sales Tax - 4% • Wyoming Rental Fee - 4%
  • Is there a refuel fee?
    If a unit is returned and has not been fueled fully, there will be a $55 charge per machine.
  • What insurance options do you have?
    In addition to the standard rental insurance policy, guests can purchase the premium package for an additional $25. This includes a $1,500 deductible.
  • What is the cancellation policy?
    • Full refunds are offered if and only if a reservation is cancelled 4 or more days prior to the scheduled rental. • 50% Refund is offered if the reservation is cancelled at least 2 days prior to the scheduled rental. • We do NOT offer refunds for cancellations the day before or same day as the scheduled rental. • To reschedule your rental, please call at least 4 days prior to your rescheduled rental. • Cancellations must be received during regular business hours, 8am-6pm MST. If you do not receive confirmation of your cancellation, it will not be considered canceled and payment is still expected for your reservation. • Weather Exceptions: • Severe weather advisory or air-quality advisory in place for Park County, WY • There will be no refunds for cancellations due to light rain or muddy trails
  • Oregon Basin
    Oregon Basin stands as a testament to Cody's early development, blending history, geography, and natural resources into a captivating landscape. Rumor has it, the basin earned its name from a weak bull who was behind during a cattle drive from Oregon to Wyoming, symbolizing the region's rich heritage. Despite early attempts at irrigation and urban development, such plans were thwarted by the economic downturn of 1907, leading to the establishment of Cody in a different location. As one of Wyoming's largest producing oil fields, Oregon Basin's anticline is a treasure trove of natural wealth, its resources still being extracted today. Yet, beyond its economic significance, the basin harbors a diverse array of prairie wildlife, echoing the ancient rhythms of the land when it was home to indigenous peoples. Beyond its economic and historical importance, Oregon Basin also holds cultural treasures in the form of Native American petroglyphs, revealing glimpses of ancient lives etched into the rock. Discovered by Smithsonian Institute River Basin Surveyors in 1947, these petroglyphs offer a window into the past, enriching the landscape with layers of human history. For adventurers seeking to explore the intersection of history, geography, and culture, Oregon Basin beckons with its scenic UTV drives, promising an immersive journey through time and terrain.
  • Kirwin - Ghost Town
    Nestled alongside the Wood River, Kirwin whispers tales of a bygone era when it thrived as a gold mining town. Gold once flowed from its veins, fueling dreams of prosperity and growth among its nearly 200 residents. As the gold reserves dwindled, so too did the town's population, as people sought greener pastures elsewhere for livelihoods and opportunities. The early 1900s brought a tragic reminder of nature's unpredictability, as an avalanche descended from the hills above, claiming lives and leaving buildings in ruin. This calamity hastened the exodus of residents, leaving Kirwin to the mercy of time and the elements. Today, Kirwin stands as a haunting testament to its past, a ghost town frozen in time amid the rugged beauty of Wyoming's mountains. Nature has reclaimed its domain, blanketing the landscape with lush vegetation and providing refuge to the wildlife that now call this place home. Kirwin's abandoned structures, though weathered by time, remain open and beckon curious souls to explore and unravel the mysteries of this forgotten town. Located just 40 miles southwest of Meeteetse, Kirwin offers a reminder of the ebb and flow of human endeavor against the backdrop of Wyoming's stunning mountainous terrain. As you stand amidst the remains of Kirwin, you'll find yourself transported to a time long past, where the echoes of history whisper tales of resilience, hardship, and the enduring spirit of the American West.
  • McCullough Peaks
    Embark on an unforgettable adventure through the breathtaking McCullough Peaks and witness the untamed beauty of wild mustangs in their natural habitat. Feel the thrill as you watch majestic stallions race across the prairies, a sight straight out of your wildest dreams. As you journey through this scenic landscape, keep an eye out for informational signs generously donated by Friends Of A Legacy (F.O.A.L), dedicated to the conservation of these magnificent creatures. Learn about their history, habitat, and the ongoing efforts to preserve their legacy for generations to come. If you join us in late spring or early summer, you may even catch a glimpse of adorable new foals, frolicking and learning the ways of the wilderness under the watchful eyes of their mothers. Book your ride now and let the spirit of the prairies ignite your sense of adventure!
  • Red Lakes Rec Area
    Prepare for an adrenaline-fueled adventure in the exhilarating playground of the Red Lakes area. With its off-road trails, sandy washes, and rugged hills, this terrain beckons adventurers of all ages to rev up their off-road vehicles and embark on an unforgettable journey. Whether you're craving the excitement of racing through challenging trails or the joy of playing in the vast expanse of dirt, Red Lakes has something for everyone. It's a playground where adults and kids can let loose, explore, and embrace the thrill of getting dirty in the great outdoors.
  • Cedar/Spirit Mountain
    Nestled just west of Cody, Cedar Mountain awaits, a hidden gem waiting to be discovered by adventurous souls. As you ascend to its summit, prepare to be mesmerized by surreal views that stretch far and wide, offering a panoramic vista of Cody and the untamed wilderness that embraces it. But the allure of Cedar Mountain doesn't end with its breathtaking views. As explorers near the summit, they'll encounter gated caves steeped in the rich history of Cody. While these caves hold tantalizing secrets, their exploration is reserved for those accompanied by knowledgeable local guides, adding an extra layer of mystery to your journey. For those with a thirst for adrenaline, Cedar Mountain presents opportunities for rock climbing and bouldering, promising an exhilarating challenge against the rugged terrain. And if you're feeling particularly adventurous, dare to embark on a quest to uncover the final resting place of Cody's legendary figure, Buffalo Bill. Rumored to be buried somewhere on the mountain, the mystery of Buffalo Bill's death continues to intrigue to this day, a testament to the enduring legacy of a town that thrives in his name. So, if you're ready to heed the call of adventure and delve into the wonders of Cedar Mountain, prepare for an unforgettable journey that will leave you enchanted and inspired by the spirit of exploration.
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