AirBnB in Pioneertown

Pioneertown has top-rated vacation rentals

There are many short term vacation rentals available throughout the greater Pioneertown area including Rimrock and Pipes Canyon. Nightly rentals range from $45 – $2750+. Locations can serve from 1 to 10 guests per visit. It’s a great place for a quiet restful weekend getaway.

Reasons to rent a vacation home in Pioneertown

The Pioneertown, Rimrock, and Pipes Canyon area offers a quiet place to relax and breathe in the fresh air. The Pioneertown Mountain Preserve is a great place to hike and experience the wonderful beautiful nature of the Desert Mountain region. You can get move information on guided hikes and activities from the ranger station.

Pioneertown is also a short drive from Joshua Tree National Park and the Morongo Wilderness Preserve where you can hike and enjoy the amazing scenery.

Staying at an AirBnB in Pioneertown

Since Pioneertown is a year-round community there are a few rules and regulations that you need to know before renting your vacation spot. It may seem like the desert is the perfect place to go wild. No one is around and it’s deseert so there is nothing to damage. That is 100% not the case. Most people don’t realize that many of their vacation plans are not legal in this area and the sheriffs and the jail for Pioneertown are very real. Properties in Pioneertown, Rimrock and Pipes Canyon are all private propery. The Pioneertown Mountain Preserve is open to the public, but it is also privately owned and managed. The area is part of the Sand and Snow National Monument and many of the plans and animals are endangered and protected by law. The whole Desert/Mounatin region is a high wildfire danger area and anyone caught starting any kind of fire will be fined and will be billed for damages and for Cal Fires expenses.

No Fires Allowed

Quiet Environment at Night

Avoid Light Pollution

No Drone Zone

Plated ATVs, ORVs and Dirt Bikes Only

No Shooting or Hunting

No Littering

Be Careful of Joshua Trees

Be Careful of Rattlesnakes, Coyotes, Bobcats and other Wildlife

Horses Have the Right of Way

No Tresspassing, It’s All Private Property

No Commercial Photography Without Permission.