At Captain’s Hideaway Powersports Rentals, you can be sure your vacation will be a success! Our company was born with two goals in mind: Offering Jeeping in Oklahoma and ATV rentals to answer that never-ending question, “What are some things to do in Hochatown”?”.
We want you to explore Broken Bow, OK, and capture the most amazing photos to help you remember your vacation for years to come! Rain or shine, Captain’s Hideaway Powersports Rental Service can turn your vacation into a unique and wonderful experience!
Regardless if you are from Dallas/Fort Worth, TX, or Oklahoma City, OK, we welcome everyone!
We invite motorcycle riders to park their bikes, and get off-road with one of our UTV/ATV’ rentals!
What do you do in Broken Bow when it rains? Rent a jeep!
What are romantic things to do in Broken Bow? Take your Jeep rental off the main road to a beautiful overlook of Broken Bow Lake and enjoy star gazing away from the town lights!
Renting a JEEP or UTV/ATV is NEVER a boring experience! And Captain’s Hideaway Powersports Rentals is a GREAT place to start your vacation in Hochatown.
We want your vacation to be a success, so let us help you make the right choice! Whether it’s using our car rental service and jumping in a jeep wrangler, or climbing in one of our UTV/ATV rentals and exploring the national forest, we’ve got the tools for making great memories and selfies!!
At Captain’s Hideaway Rentals:
We offer well maintained Jeep Wranglers, Polaris Rangers, and a Kawasaki Teryx, for your vacation pleasure.
We provide helmets with our UTV/ATV rentals
ALL UTV/ATV renters are required to wear helmets and seatbelts at all times.
Jeepers are required to wear seatbelts at all time
Your comfort and safety are our top priorities and we know you will love your stay in Hochatown.
Cell phones: Service is spotty up on the mountains. Some systems work better than others. If you are concerned about a health emergency or need to be in contact with someone not on your trip, please check if you have cell service before you venture too far onto the trails.