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Treat yourself in Scottsdale

Famous for upscale spa resorts and championship golf courses, Scottsdale is an underrated gem in Arizona’s string of artsy, vibrant desert communities. In the downtown of this beautiful city, you can peruse fun shops and colorful galleries in historic 1920s-era buildings.

If you’re into hiking, plenty of nearby trails showcase Arizona’s striking rock formations and distinctive cacti. If you’re into relaxing, take a spa day, then spend the evening downtown enjoying tasty eats and fun nightclubs. The sky’s the limit.

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From Frank Lloyd Wright’s personal home to a majestic wilderness golf course, Scottsdale is full of desert marvels.

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Taliesin West

Taliesin West is architect Frank Lloyd Wright’s winter home and laboratory. First constructed in 1937, Wright continued working on it for many years. With a prehistoric, desert-style vibe, it’s one of Wright’s most personal creations.

Old Town Scottsdale

Decorated with olive trees and public art installations, old town Scottsdale is home to unique shops, museums, art galleries, restaurants, and nightclubs. Stroll through the Old West and pick up a one-of-a-kind Scottsdale souvenir.

We-Ko-Pa Golf Course

Scottsdale certainly has its share of great golf courses, but you can’t do much better than We-Ko-Pa. Located in the Sonoran Desert on the land of the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, this golf course’s natural surroundings will make you feel at one with the colorful desert and sublime mountains.

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I’ll definitely rent here again instead of using the usual car rental companies.
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My first time using Turo and I’ll never go back to the car rental companies again.
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Justin P.

Justin P.

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Use the sky train to get to the 24th street parking lot.
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Excellent car quality, easy pick up and drop off, great price, and great service.
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Hit the road

If you have extra time, why not head out in search of more desert adventures? On the edge of the Tonto National Forest and surrounded by a mountainous landscape of red rocks and canyons, Scottsdale sits at the heart of a colorful, exciting region. Whether you’re heading into Phoenix for museums and desert gardens, hiking deep in the sprawling Tonto Forest, or checking out the artistic community in nearby Sedona, you’re sure to have fun.

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Tonto National Forest

The sixth-largest forest in the United States and the largest in Arizona, Tonto shows off the rugged beauty Arizona is famous for: red desert earth, the Mogollon Rim highlands, and Saguaro cacti. Take an early morning hike or cool off in the Scenic River.

Phoenix

A mere 30 minutes away, Scottsdale’s neighboring city is a fun tourist destination with plenty of shops, art galleries, and natural wonders. Visit the Desert Botanical Garden, stroll through the Phoenix Art Museum, and check out the inspiring view from the top of Camelback Mountain.

Sedona

One of the country’s most colorful cities, Sedona is cradled by red rock buttes and forested canyon walls. Known for its art galleries and spas, Sedona attracts artists and bird-watchers, making for a vibrant, relaxing day trip.

Recent reviews

Josh B.
Tesla Model 3 2022

Car and rental process was easy and jabbok is a great host, will definitely rent again!

Josh B.
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Josh S.
Chevrolet Cruze 2019

The entire rental process was a breeze!

Josh S.
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CeeJay H.
BMW i8 2017

Absolutely enjoyed my time in Scottsdale, but what made the trip even more enjoyable was riding around town in the i8 and having all eyes on me when the butterfly doors opened up!

CeeJay H.
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Annie L.
MINI Convertible 2024

And flexible with reservation

Annie L.
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Melissa D.
Audi A4 2020

Aarons cars are all amazing!

Melissa D.
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B T.
BMW 4 Series 2023

Perfect car to get around in sunny Scottsdale.

B T.
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Erika E.
Tesla Model 3 2023

The rental process was fast and easy, Customer Service was fantastic at all time!

Erika E.
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Jennifer N.
Kia Forte 2024

Great car for exploring Scottsdale and an easy-to-work-with host.

Jennifer N.
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Robert H.
Mercedes-Benz S-Class 2017

The process was seamless and the car was immaculate.

Robert H.
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Carrie H.
Chevrolet Cruze 2014

Great communication throughout the trip.

Carrie H.
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Justin A.
Tesla Model 3 2023

This was a very easy rental process with Jabbok.

Justin A.
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Dan K.
Porsche 718 Boxster 2017

Best rental experience.

Dan K.
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Best Scottsdale driving roads

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Apache Trail Scenic Byway

If you enjoy driving rural highways with stunning views, the Apache Trail Scenic Byway is a must. 39 miles long, it winds through some of Arizona’s most beautiful country. Keep a lookout for canyons, lakes, and the Superstition Mountains.

Desert Foothills Scenic Drive

Short but sweet, this drive starts north of downtown at the intersection of Scottsdale Road and Happy Valley Road. As you meander along, you’ll pass unique plants and desert features on your way to the awe-inspiring lookout points of Lone Mountain and Pinnacle Peak.

Bartlett Lake

A longer drive, but one that’s fun and scenic, is the road to Bartlett Lake. Rolling hills, bright wildflowers, and grand mountain views all await on this winding path through the beautiful desert. You can stop at plenty of scenic overlooks and road-side restaurants along the way.

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