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Yamaha’s program is called Destination Yamaha Motor. There are three locations—Moab, Utah; Black Hills of South Dakota; and Huntsville, Tennessee, at Brimstone Recreation—that offer an all-inclusive stay-and-play package with lodging, a rental vehicle and awesome riding. This is a great way to fly in and check out new ride areas in the seat of a new machine that you may be interested in buying.

Polaris has been leading the way in arrive-and-drive programs, with dozens of locations to choose from. Any one of these programs can be a great part of your summer vacation plans.

At 14 other locations across the country—from the Oregon Dunes to Florida, Texas and New Hampshire—you can rent nearly new Yamahas. These locations primarily rent Wolverine X2s and X4s, and a few locations offer Vikings and YXZ1000s. Prices start around $200 per day. See the complete map of rental locations across the country at  

The Moab location is offered with a guide service if needed. Lodging is also a part of Yamaha’s deal at this famous playground.


Polaris Adventures ( provides a growing list of over 40 rental companies across the continent and Hawaii. You can rent two- and four-seat RZRs (off-road), snow machines and Slingshots (on-road), and most of them are equipped with Polaris Ride Command GPS systems to guide you through great ride areas, including the higher elevations of Colorado in places like Silverton and across vast expanses of desert at their newest location in Mojave—Mojave Desert Adventures. The RZR rentals start at around $275 per day. 

These programs are the perfect way to try out a new machine that you might be interested in purchasing. Most dealers don’t allow for test drives, so here’s your real-world opportunity.
The latest rental outfit featuring Polaris RZRs is in the desert 125 miles north of Los Angeles. Mojave Off-Road Adventures is open all winter, which is the perfect time to enjoy its beauty.


Argo probably has the most unique offering of the three companies. With its Tiny Lodge program, Argo gives you a full weekend (two nights and three days) of riding and lodging in northern Wisconsin absolutely free. Yes, that’s right. All you have to do is make a reservation at and show up. A host hands you the keys, and you are on your own.  You can explore the 2000-acre ranch on a variety of Argo amphibious vehicles and 4×4 ATVs as much as you want during daylight hours. At night, enjoy the peaceful serenity of being off the grid. Ages 21 and over only.

Silverton, Colorado, is one of the most popular locations on the Polaris menu. Here you can go solo or rent a four-seater and bring the whole family along.
Argo has one of the most unique action opportunities, as it is free. Just make your reservations and show up. We hear they are booked pretty far in advance, so plan accordingly to stay in northern Wisconsin’s Tiny Lodge.



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