Reservations can be made over the phone or online by using the Book Now buttons above. To make your reservation all we need is your:
We will cover your slingshot rental with our comprehensive insurance policy so that you will be protected in the event of an accident. We have partnered with an industry leading insurance provider to make sure that our renters are fully covered while on their ride. The state statutory limits of this coverage are as follows:
Bodily Injury $30,000 per person - $60,000 per accident - Property Damage $25,000
We have additional options available to limit your personal responsibility.
When you arrive there is a short checkout process and then you are ready to ride!
We have glasses and helmets of all sizes at no extra charge if you need them.
We have additional parking if you would like to leave your vehicle while out on your rental.
Driving a Slingshot is an amazing experience and you will no doubt enjoy yourself. We ask that you do responsibly and treat the Slingshot with respect.
In the unlikely event you have any issues during your rental we are on stand-by 24/7 to help out.
When you return the Slingshot please bring it back with a full tank of premium gas. If for any reason you will not be able to return on time then please call and let us know.
If you're seeking a place to hike or climb some serious rock faces, look no further than Enchanted Rock. Be prepared to bring plenty of water! Take CR16 southbound from Llano for about 15 miles and then hop on 965 into the state park. You will see the giant rock looming ahead in your windshield, along with wildflowers on both sides of the road in March-April.
As you're leaving Enchanted Rock, take CR16 about 5 miles until you see Willow City Loop. The whole trail is about 15 miles and totally worth the drive! It's also very popular with motorcyclists. You will pass cattle grazing on the road side. The areas aren't fenced in and they sometimes stroll carelessly across the road. This truly is one of the most scenic drives to take during your Polaris Slingshot Rental, especially during Bluebonnet season. Highly recommend on your list of Things To Do In Fredericksburg!
Venture out along the Gruene-Fredericksburg-Bandera Loop for pastoral views of farmland, ponds and rivers and orchards. This 236-mile route is popular with motorcyclists, and history buffs will enjoy the Gruene Historic District, where German farmers settled in the mid-1840s. Many of the early homes and buildings have been restored, and you can still go honky-tonking at the Gruene Dance Hall, built in 1878.