2021 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
In order to continue to protect those who are unvaccinated or have other health issues, face masks are required at our Jeep rental stores for the time being. 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.
In Sedona, note that we have a two Jeep limit per party, in order to avoid trail congestion. Weddings and special destination permitted events may receive an exception–call for details: 928-282-8700.
Stay safe and have fun!
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.
Sedona Jeep Trail Report