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Terms and Conditions - Midwest Fun Stuff LLC - Equipment Rental


Please carefully read the following Terms and Conditions ("Agreement") governing the rental of water equipment from Midwest Fun Stuff. These terms are designed to ensure the safety of all parties involved. By renting and using the equipment, you acknowledge and agree to comply with the following rules and guidelines:


Equipment Rental:



a. Midwest Fun Stuff agrees to rent the water equipment specified in the rental agreement to the Renter for the agreed-upon rental period.

b. The Renter acknowledges that they have inspected the equipment and found it to be in good condition before accepting the rental.

The Renter will be required to have a card on file to be charged in the event of theft or that the equipment is damaged in any way that needs to be repaired or replaced.

The Renter will sign a liability agreement and a rental agreement at the time of pickup to be kept on file.


a. The Renter accepts full responsibility for the safe and proper use of the equipment during the rental period.

b. The Renter agrees to abide by all applicable laws, rules, and regulations governing the use of water equipment at the rental location.



Water Safety:


a. The Renter must have the necessary knowledge, skills, and experience to safely operate the rented equipment.

b. The Renter agrees to follow all water safety guidelines, including but not limited to wearing appropriate safety gear, such as life jackets, when required.

c. The Renter should be aware of and respect the water conditions, weather conditions, and any posted warnings or advisories.

d. The Renter should exercise caution while using the equipment and avoid risky behaviors, such as jumping or diving from the equipment.

e. The Renter agrees not to operate the equipment under the influence of alcohol, drugs, or any substances that may impair judgment or coordination.

f. The Renter must be a competent swimmer, wearing a life preserver at all times while operating rented water equipment, and capable of self-rescue in the event of an emergency.



Equipment Care:


a. The Renter agrees to handle the equipment with care, avoiding any intentional or reckless actions that could cause damage.

b. The Renter should be aware of any specific care instructions provided by Midwest Fun Stuff and follow them accordingly.

c. The Renter is responsible for any loss, theft, or damage to the equipment during the rental period, excluding normal wear and tear.

d. In the event of damage to the equipment, the Renter must notify Midwest Fun Stuff immediately and follow any instructions provided.



Rental Extension:


a. If the Renter wishes to extend the rental period, they must contact Midwest Fun Stuff prior to the agreed-upon end date and obtain approval for the extension.

b. Additional rental fees may apply for any extended period.



Liability Release:


a. The Renter hereby releases Midwest Fun Stuff, its owners, employees, agents, and affiliates from any liability for personal injury, property damage, or any other claims arising out of the use of the rented equipment, except in cases of gross negligence or willful misconduct by Midwest Fun Stuff.





a. The Renter agrees to indemnify and hold Midwest Fun Stuff harmless from any and all claims, damages, losses, or expenses arising out of the Renter's use of the equipment, including but not limited to personal injury or property damage.



Governing Law:


a. This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted in accordance with the laws of Allegan County and the State of Michigan, without regard to its conflict of laws principles.



Entire Agreement:


a. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes any prior agreements or understandings, whether written or oral, relating to the rental of water equipment.


By completing this purchase, the Renter acknowledges having read, understood, and agreed to abide by the Terms and Conditions outlined above.



Embracing Tourism in Southwest Michigan: Where Fun Meets Warmth


When it comes to travel destinations, Southwest Michigan might not be the first place that comes to mind for many. However, this charming corner of the Midwest holds hidden treasures, waiting to be discovered by intrepid travelers. What makes this region truly special is not just its scenic beauty but the warm and welcoming spirit of its small-town communities. In this blog post, we'll explore the allure of tourism in Southwest Michigan and how these quaint towns are rolling out the welcome mat for visitors, providing them with unforgettable experiences and a heartfelt sense of belonging.


Nature's Masterpiece

Southwest Michigan boasts an enchanting natural landscape that beckons adventurers year-round. From the serene shores of Lake Michigan to the lush vineyards of the Michigan Wine Trail, this region is a haven for nature lovers and epicureans alike. The dunes of Warren Dunes State Park offer breathtaking vistas and the perfect backdrop for a summer hike or a picnic. Kayaking along the winding Galien River or exploring the maritime heritage at the Michigan Maritime Museum are experiences that connect visitors with the region's natural and cultural heritage.


Hidden Gems

One of the charms of Southwest Michigan is its small, welcoming communities. Towns like South Haven, St. Joseph, and Saugatuck exude a friendly ambiance that instantly makes visitors feel at home. These towns are adorned with quaint boutiques, art galleries, and family-owned eateries that invite exploration. Saugatuck's Oval Beach, frequently named one of the nation's best, offers a sandy paradise perfect for sun-soaked days, while South Haven's Maritime District showcases maritime history with flair.



Warm Welcome

What truly sets Southwest Michigan apart is the warmth of its people. Locals here go out of their way to ensure that visitors feel like part of the community. Whether it's striking up a friendly conversation at a local café or recommending hidden gems only known to locals, the people of Southwest Michigan embody Midwestern hospitality.


Embracing Tourism: Midwest Fun Stuff

In the heart of Southwest Michigan, Midwest Fun Stuff (MFS) stands as a beacon of warmth and entertainment for tourists. More than just a rental service, MFS is a small-town hub for fun, community, and memories. Located in Pullman, Michigan, MFS has embraced the idea that tourism is not just about sightseeing; it's about creating memorable experiences.


The MFS Experience

MFS offers an array of recreational equipment for tourists, ranging from kayaks for exploring the tranquil lakes to gaming tournaments that bring families and friends together for a day of fun. Whether you're a nature enthusiast, a gaming aficionado, or someone looking to enjoy a relaxing movie night, MFS has something special in store for you.


Creating Memories

What truly sets MFS apart is its commitment to crafting memorable moments for tourists. The company's 1800 square foot facility, although modest, is a testament to their big dreams of becoming an entertainment hub. Hosting gaming tournaments, movie nights, and other family-friendly events, MFS provides tourists with a taste of local community life, where fun and warmth converge.


A Dream in the Making

MFS, like the region it calls home, is a place where dreams are born and nurtured. As it starts small and dreams big, it invites tourists to be part of its journey. Every visit to MFS is a step toward creating unforgettable memories and supporting a vibrant local community.



Southwest Michigan may not be a conventional tourist destination, but therein lies its charm. Its natural beauty, welcoming communities, and places like Midwest Fun Stuff create a unique blend of warmth and adventure that captivates the hearts of all who visit. So, if you're seeking a getaway that offers not only scenic splendor but also a warm and inviting embrace, Southwest Michigan is your destination, and Midwest Fun Stuff is your guide to an unforgettable experience. Come and explore the magic of this hidden gem in the heart of the Midwest.