Arizona's Desert Events
Jeep Tours, Cowboy Cookouts and Corporate Events
AZ Desert Events has been offering premier
Scottsdale Desert Jeep Tours and Phoenix Desert Jeep Tours for more than 17
years. In addition to our off-road desert jeep tours we provide professional and
unique Southwestern Desert Barbeque Cookouts and Native American Themed
The Sonoran Desert, with its majestic desert
mountain vistas, sentinel saguaros and spectacular sunsets, are the backdrop for
our Arizona desert jeep tours, barbeque cowboy cookouts and corporate programs.
We specialize in corporate and group events, but also offer fun and exciting
Wild West desert jeep tours for families and individuals.
Our private desert jeep tours are available with as few as 4 guests.
We offer a join list for our jeep tours for couples so give us a call and we
will match you up with another couple.
Our Southwestern Desert Cookouts are available with as few as 25 guests.
Our Sonoran Desert Events Include:
Scottsdale Desert & Mountain Jeep Tours with Cowboy
and Native American Guides
Sonoran Desert Cowboy Barbeque Cookouts
and Upscale Southwestern Cookouts at a
Competitive Team Building Activities and
Desert Wildflower and Cactus Bloom Jeep
Tours and Adventures
Bird Watching in the Sonoran Desert Jeep Tours
Corporate Social Responsibility Programs
Sonoran Desert Horseback Trail Rides
Eco Hiking Jeep Tours
Wild West Nature Historical Jeep Tours
Competitive Arizona Jeep Tour Photo
We also offer a variety of evening events
and entertainment including Native American
Dance Shows, Western Bands, Astronomers,
Cowboy Games and so much more!
If you are looking for a truly unique
Southwestern event, let our years of
experience and knowledge help you and your
guests enjoy all that Arizona has to offer.
Proud Permittee of the Tonto National
“America’s Original ArtWalk”
The 40-year tradition of
Scottsdale ArtWalk takes place every Thursday evening from 7 p.m. – 9 p.m. in
galleries along Main Street and Marshall Way in downtown Scottsdale. Once a
week, the galleries extend their hours and show off the work of outstanding
artists. ArtWalks typically feature show openings, artist demonstrations, food
samplings and more!
The process is simple –
proceed at your own pace, wander into galleries, stroll around delightful areas
punctuated by dramatic statues, dine in famed restaurants and enjoy live music
all along the way. Horse-drawn carriage rides are usually available in cooler
months and the free
Scottsdale Trolley runs until 9 p.m. specifically for ArtWalk.
Recipe of the
Today's AZ Trivia Question: Did Camels ever roam the Arizona
Birth of the U.S. Army Camel Corps
In 1855 Secretary of War Davis dispatched Major Henry Wayne to
Europe and the Middle East to learn about camels and purchase some
for use in Arizona.
Major Wayne made the trip and returned home with 33 camels which
were used to create the U.S. Army Camel Corps.
Actually, the camel idea did work for the Army and, for a few years
before the Civil War the Camel Corps did roam the deserts of Arizona
as well as the deserts of California, Nevada and Utah.
Camels proved to be so reliable as beasts of burden in the desert
that the Army imported additional camels to add to its camel corps.
Mining companies also acquired camels for use in remote desert