A few things you should know…
The Pioneertown community invites visitors to come and enjoy the fresh air and beauty as well as enjoying the great food, entertainment and to shop at the arts and craft shops.
On weekdays Pioneertown may seem like a ghost town. Pappy and Harriet’s Pioneertown Palace restaurant is closed Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Most of the shops are also closed on those days. Also, a couple of shops are only open on the weekend. Most are open from 10 am to 6 pm sometimes earlier and sometimes later.
The Pioneertown Film Museum is now open so visitors can see the movie and television history of this western movie set turned community. The museum is free to visitors, donations are greatly appreciated.
There is very limited cell phone service. Make sure you know where you are going and where you are meeting others. GPS may not work and neither will your phone.
Pioneertown and the surrounding area is a great place for bird watching. We get all kinds of birds flying between Big Bear and the Morongo Valley.
Pioneertown is not a state park or a private amusement park. Pioneertown is a community, a real town; people live here, and wild animals live here too. Pioneertown is an active horse community which means that horses have the right of way, give horses plenty of room when passing them. Please be respectful to our community and wildlife during your time with us.
The Pioneertown Motel
If you want to check out the night skies or enjoy a quiet weekend get-a-way, The Pioneertown Motel (www.pioneertown-motel.com) has beautiful newly renovated rooms.
5240 Curtis Road Pioneertown, CA. 92268 760-365-7001
Pioneertown Corrals & Campground
For those who are looking to take their horse on an adventure, or camp out under the stars, the Pioneertown Corrals & Campground (www.pioneertowncorrals.biz) is the place for you.
53626 Mane Street, Pioneertown CA 92268 760-365-7580
Desert Willow Ranch
If you are looking for a short term house rental, the Desert Willow Ranch (www.desertwillowranch.com) offers a cozy house with corrals. You must apply and be approved, so plan ahead. Desert Willow Ranch is also available for weddings and special events.
53722 Pioneertown Rd. Pioneertown, CA 92268 760-369-2211
Just 5 miles from Pioneertown sits the Rimrock Ranch.(www.therimrockranchcom) This beautiful location has multiple accommodations and is also available for weddings and special events.
53722 Pioneertown Rd. Pioneertown, CA 92268 760-228-0130
Le Haute Desert Aerie
Nested on 40-acres of desert wilderness. Le Haute Desert Aerie has loding for 18 guests and also offers space for weddings. (www.lehautedesertaerie.com) 760-707-3647