Enjoy Sedona Responsibly

Barlow Adventures and Sedona Jeep Rentals are committed to responsible and sustainable recreation on our public lands. We recognize that Sedona’s back-roads and Jeep trails traverse fragile desert landscapes, providing public access to areas of irreplaceable natural beauty, wildlife habitat, and places of unique historic and cultural significance. In addition, these roads and trails are often accessed via historically quiet residential neighborhoods and ranch-lands. In recent years, Sedona has seen a rapid rise in visitation without the funding to manage public lands protection and infrastructure. The result is that many of these treasured areas are becoming damaged by overuse and threatened with possible future closure. At Barlow Adventures and Sedona Jeep Rentals, we are committed to the long term health of and continued open access to these public lands, but we need the help of guests like you that will respect and value this one-of-a-kind place as much as we do.

Rental Requirements

If you have ANY questions about our rental requirements before requesting a reservation, PLEASE call our staff at 928-282-8700! We are happy to help make your trip as smooth as possible.

  • All Jeep rentals are by appointment only – call 928-282-8700
  • Your auto insurance declarations page and a credit card, both in the same name, is required to confirm your reservation

Details you should know ahead of time:  

  • Every business in Sedona is short-staffed these days. We may not be able to answer the phone right away. We give our guests with appointments the time they need to understand the Jeep and the trails before they head out.  

  • In order to confirm a reservation, you must send us your required personal auto insurance declarations page by phone pic or email scan as soon as you request a reservation. See here for details. Note that we do not accept commercial insurance policies for private rentals.

  • Masks may still be required in situations where social distancing is not possible, i.e. at check-in for your reservation.

  • In Sedona, we have a two Jeep limit per party, in order to avoid trail congestion. Weddings and special events permitted by the USFS may receive an exception–call for details: 928-282-8700

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 a popular Sedona activity, but Jeep rentals allow you the flexibility of destination, pace and privacy. Travel at your own relaxed pace, and save money too! A family can explore Sedona in one of our new Jeep Wrangler Rubicons for less money than taking a two-hour Jeep tour. Our Jeeps seat up to 5, and pets are welcome, too.


Sedona Jeep Trail Report

4 days ago

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Trails are still open, but be mindful of anything that is a spark. See MoreSee Less
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1 week ago

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Another project accomplished with the #RROCC group—the donut hole on FR 525A blocked off. The first two pics are AFTER. The last two pics are BEFORE. Tree limbs are an effective means of creating a boundary that is not only nicer looking than signs, but also much more natural to the eye–most people will look to see what carsonites are blocking off, but not even notice an area blocked off with limbs. The USFS also says this helps with fire control and range land by thinning juniper in some areas.We do a fair amount of work closing off what we call "donut holes”—where motorized users go in to spin around in circles. It’s not legal to leave the trail, and it’s not ethical to stir up so much dust, noise and delicate topsoil. This one along FR 525A was brought to our attention by the local ranchers. We have only been working as a group for a short while, but we are proud to do what we can where we can within the limitations of state and federal mandates. #doyourpart #treadlightly See MoreSee Less
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