2020 Rental Requirements Have Changed

  • Face masks required at stores, 6-ft social distancing
  • Jeep rental pick up by appointment only – call or book online on advance!
  • Send in rental documents in advance

Walk-ins will not be accepted.  Guests must make a Jeep rental appointment by calling: 928-282-8700or book online.

In compliance with current CDC and state guidelines to conduct business, face masks are required at our Jeep rental stores. The recommended spacing of minimum 6-feet of distance will also be honored in all possible circumstances.

Please send us your required documents (driver’s license and auto insurance information) by phone pic or email scan as far in advance as possible of your reservation to minimize your check-in time. See here for details.

Stay safe and have fun!

24-Hr Rental

Full-Day Rental
Pick up any time and return in 24 hours.
$325/Jeep

3-Day Special

3-Day Special
Sedona Getaway!
From $585/Jeep

7-Day Special

7-Day Special
Explore the Four Corners!
From $1050/Jeep

Drive Your Own Tour!

Explore the wonders of Sedona, AZ with a full or multi-day Jeep rental! Sedona Jeep Rentals provides new, top-of-the-line Jeep Wranglers from Barlow Adventures, perfect for exploring the spectacular backcountry of Sedona and the Southwest. Our outstanding and experienced staff will also prepare you for a fun, safe, and enjoyable excursion by providing you with trail maps, driving tips, area information, and operating instructions. Whether you are new to Jeeps and unpaved roads, or an experienced 4-wheeler, Barlow Jeep Rentals will help you plan your excursion for maximum enjoyment.

Jeep Tours are one of the most widely sought Sedona activities, but some people prefer to go where they want to go, when they want to go, and at their own pace. That’s where Sedona Jeep Rentals comes in—doing your own self-guided Jeep tour is more convenient at your own relaxed pace, and saves you money too! You can drive a new Jeep Wrangler Rubicon for a half-day through Sedona’s 4×4 jeep trails for less money than taking a two-hour Jeep tour for two people. Our Jeeps seat up to 5, so families can really save.

Click here for more info and additional rental options.


Sedona Jeep Trail Report

She really captured it here! Not our Jeep in the photo, but definitely a place you need a Jeep (or hiking boots) to reach. ❤️⭐️🌅


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From a Saturday well-spent in spectacular Sedona. ♥️

I know Instagram prefers 4×5 images but this one deserved the full 16 x 9 aspect ratio.
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Dropping in to the weekend. What a start to 2021, huh? 😱🙋‍♀️🌈🦄😂
Thanks to @haveyoumetseen for the photo and the ❤️⭐️!
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Our Jeeps love being part of weddings! #sedonajeeprentals #barlowadventures


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Planning your elopement!

For the next week I’m going to do a daily post on tips for planning an elopement! Are you ready to dream up the best day ever for you and your love without anything to hold you back?!

Elopement planning tip one:
Sit down and write down everywhere you two have been together that holds the fondest memories. Where were you when you had the most fun together? Where you felt the most connected? Where you fell in love? Sitting down and writing out these memories and places is a good way to decide or come up with the general location of your elopement!

Elopement planning is a such a great way to enjoy your engagement, have date nights and of course plan the best day of your lives!

If you do this activity feel free to share some of your answers or if you already did this for your own elopement please share 💕

To get you started I’ll share an example, if I were to do this for Bill and I it would look something like this:
Our first hike and meeting was Bear mountain in Sedona for sunrise. Our answers would be different more the most fun, I’d say the Oregon coast but Bill would say explore the back country of Mount Rainier. Just like that there’s three amazing elopement locations hidden in there 😊

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