Ditch the bar crawl and party bus (or save it for afterwards) and celebrate your bachelorette party with Off-Road Jeep Adventures. Experience the beauty of Scottsdale, and toast to new beginnings all while covering miles of the Sonoran desert with your bridesmaids. Our off-road Jeep bachelorette tours put you in a Jeep Gladiator to explore the wonders of the Sonoran desert with your entire group in one vehicle. Our Gladiator is outfitted to hold up to 14 passengers and is equipped with a state-of-the-art PA system. If your party is larger than 14 people, we can easily accommodate that too. During your Jeep tour, you can enjoy local Arizona craft-brewed beers and other alcoholic beverages, or a selection of non-alcoholic beverages to keep you hydrated. Read our blog post about how we can make your bachelorette party the experience of a lifetime!
Interested in heading into town and experiencing the beauty of historic Scottsdale from one of our open-air Jeeps? Consider our Scottsdale City Jeep Tour.

Your Tour, Your Way

Arizona Off-Road Jeep Adventures is committed to your safety, and adheres to all local mandates regarding the use of face coverings for our tour guides and passengers during our tours, as well as rigorous cleaning and safety procedures before and after each tour.  All passengers, including our tour guides, are required to wear face coverings while in our Jeeps.

Designated Meeting Location

Village at Pinnacle Peak
8711 East Pinnacle Peak Road, Suite F-103
Scottsdale, AZ 85255
Our Jeeps will be parked on the West side of the gas pumps at the Pinnacle Peak General Store.

What to Wear

We recommend wearing comfortable outdoor clothing that will show up well in your photographs (there will be plenty!). Closed-toe shoes are required for when we venture out on foot at our designated stopping points. During the fall and winter months be sure to bring a jacket. Temperatures in the desert can drop significantly even when it’s comfortable during the daytime.



Off-Road Jeep Adventures is a special recreation permit-holder through the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Cave Creek Ranger District and the U.S. Department of the Interior: Bureau of Land Management. We will be located northwest of Rio Verde, northeast of Scottsdale, west of the Verde River, and southeast of Cave Creek.

Note: From the months of September to April, the Jeep doors and tops will be off for open-air excursions. If you prefer to have the doors and tops on during your excursion, please let us know in advance.

Health restrictions: Off-road Jeep tours are rough, bumpy rides through rigorous terrain. Our off-road Jeep tours are not suitable for guests with back problems, neck problems, motion sickness, pregnancy, major medical conditions, or any other health condition that can be aggravated by a bumpy ride through rough terrain.