Barlow Adventures Sedona

Drive Your Own Tour

Barlow Adventures of Sedona, Arizona rents new, top-of-the-line Jeep Wranglers 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.

Sedona 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 Barlow's 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 4x4 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 winter hours: 9 am - 5 pm November 27 - December 15, 8 am - 5 pm December 16 through January 6,
9 am - 5 pm January 7 - February 12
Closing at 1 pm on Thanksgiving. Closing at 1 pm on Christmas Eve and closed for Christmas Day.

Sedona Winter Special!

Short on time to take advantage of the 24-hour rental? Get the most of your day with our 8-hour winter special! 
Winter special: 8-hour rental $295

Available dates: November 27 - December 17, 2017, and January 7 - February 10, 2018. Special pricing not availability during Thanksgiving weekend or Christmas/New Years weeks. 

Sedona Rates & Policies

Half-day Rental (up to 4-hours)
The half-day is plenty of time to do one or two Sedona trails.
2-door or 4-door: $250/Jeep

Full-Day Rental (up to 24 hours)
Enjoy a wider range of available trails, with time for a sunset.
2-door or 4-door: $350/Jeep

3-Day Special
Sedona Getaway!
Same rate for any Jeep, 2-door or 4-door.
Starting at $576/Jeep Blackout dates apply. Contact us for details.

7-Day Special
Explore the Four Corners!
Same rate for any Jeep, 2-door or 4-door.
Starting at $980/Jeep Blackout dates apply. Contact us for details.

Renters must meet certain requirements and bring the proper documents with them to pick up the Jeep: 

  • Valid driver’s license (25 years or older)
  • Credit card in same name as driver's license
  • Proof of full coverage automobile insurance
  • Any additional drivers need driver's license and proof of full coverage automobile insurance
  • Yes, you can pay cash, but we still need to authorize a valid credit card.

Barlow Adventures does not sell collision damage coverage or insurance. With most insurance companies in most states, if you carry a “full coverage” auto policy on your own vehicle, it covers you in any vehicle you are driving, including rental cars. This is the “collision” or “comprehensive” part of your policy.

You do not need an item on your policy that indicates "rental car coverage" which typically means that you have purchased coverage that will pay for your rental car if you wreck your own car. It is your "collision" or "comprehensive" coverage that covers you as a driver in any vehicle you are operating, including a Barlow Jeep.

You may add additional drivers to the rental contract—there is no additional fee. Additional drivers must also present their driver’s license(s). 

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about these requirements or anything else.

Included With Your Rental
Our Jeeps are new, comfortable, and off-road ready:

  • Automatic transmissions & Air Conditioning
  • Convertible soft tops—up, down or fully enclosed!
  • 2-inch suspension lift
  • Heavy-duty tires
  • Free planning for your sightseeing tours
  • Free maps and current trail information
  • Driving tips & operating instructions
  • Ice chests with ice

For more information on all of our Jeeps and the models available, please visit the Sedona Jeeps page.
For suggested itineraries, see our Sedona Trails page.

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About Sedona

Sedona, Arizona is one of the most unique places in the world, with spectacular red rock cliffs, incredible year-round weather, a lively art scene, cultural events, history, and thousands of miles of hiking, biking, and Jeep trails. The town was founded in 1902 and is named after Sedona Miller Schnebly, the wife of the first postmaster. But that is just the beggining of the story. Rugged pioneer life, hardships, dreams and a little moonshine all mix to give color to not only Sedona’s rocks, but the people of its past and present.

Sedona attracts nearly 4 million visitors per year—more than many national parks. Although there are only about 15,000 residents, we offer amenities that can usually only be found in the big city—world class resorts, a myriad of dining options, rich cultural experiences, and innumerable recreation opportunities. Even with all of that, Sedona city limits span only 5 miles, surrounded by 1.8 million acres of red rock buttes, wild canyons, lush juniper forests, and pine-covered plateaus of the Coconino National Forest.

The most common thing we hear from first time visitors is “I wish I had more time”, but you can spend a lifetime here and never see it all. One thing everyone agrees on is this: you can’t really see Sedona from the highway—you have to get into that breathtaking backcountry!

Transportation to Sedona

Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport is about a 2-hour drive to/from Sedona.
Las Vegas McCarran Airport is about a 4.5-hour drive to/from Sedona.
Flagstaff Airport is about a 45-minute drive to/from Sedona

Transportation to Sedona, from Flagstaff:
iRide Sedona Car Service: (928) 254-1622
Hertz Car Rental Flagstaff: (928) 774-4452

Ace Express
Arizona Shuttle
White Tie Transportation


Sedona Activities & Info

Pink Jeep Tours
M Diamond Ranch Horseback Rides
Sedona Adventure River & Hiking Trips
Jeep Trail Maps & Guidebooks

Sedona Lodging

For a complete listing of Sedona lodging options, see

Bed & Breakfast Inns
Adobe Grande Villas
Alma de Sedona

Hotels Near Barlow Adventures
Marriott Sedona
Sedona Real Inn
Southwest Inn

Rancho Sedona RV Park
Coconino National Forest camping