They take children 4 years old and over on our San Andreas Fault Earthquake Tour. Will take smaller children on private jeeps or other tours. California Law requires that children under 6 years of age or 60 pounds must ride in an approved child safety seat. To ensure the safety of your child, you must provide your own car seat.Absolutely perfect I'm a city girl, so was a bit nervous about the idea of heading out to the desert on a jeep, at night time. I had no reason to fear- the Nightwatch Stargazing Jeep Tour was tremendous fun! We were picked up at our hotel by the entertaining and friendly jeep driver. Since it was early evening and still quite warm, the top was on the jeep as we drove to the desert, which helped keep the hot sun off of us. Soon we were out of the city and off on a dirt road into the desert! We started out our trip by driving a loop to check out palm trees and scenery on the edge of the desert. It was so different from what I'm used to in Seattle, but beautiful in its own way. Next we headed to the San Andreas fault area, where we got out of the jeep and took a short walk into a small canyon. Being surrounded by the sandstone walls was just amazing. While we were exploring the various desert areas, our guide was constantly telling us stories about the history and geology of what we were seeing. Very educational, but presented in a very approachable and entertaining way. After lots of photos were taken, we then headed for the Ghost Town. We'd expected a very rustic dinner in the desert, so were suprised to arrive in a little town with tons of cute little buildings! There's a jail, a store, a bar, a stage and much more. Groups can rent out the little town for events. It looked like a great place for a group function! After a delicious dinner, night had fallen enough to do some stargazing. The stars were nice and bright and our guide explained what we were looking at and pointed out a number of constellations to us. Then he used a very cool gadget called a sky scout. He just aimed this device at the star or planet that we wanted to know more about and the sky scout gave us a short description of what we were looking at, as well as some history and stories. The desert is beautiful at nighttime and I'm so glad to have gotten the chance to see it for myself. If your family is looking for a really special, unique adventure in the desert, check out the Stargazing Tour. *I was hosted on this event as part of a press trip that I was on. All opinions posted here are mine and mine alone.