Staying At Pioneer Motel In Southern California Will Leave You Feeling Like You’re In An Old Western Movie

We’ve all seen the old Wild West movies, but what about being on an actual movie set where they were filmed? Located in the San Bernardino High Desert, Pioneertown was founded in 1946 by a group of Hollywood investors who wanted to create a movie film set with real attractions like shops and a saloon. While the town has died down over the years, you can still book a stay at the Pioneer Motel, which used to host famous Hollywood guests overnight during filming.

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Venturing out to Pioneertown can be a fun day trip or getaway into the desert. Would you add this old-timey motel to your bucket list? Visit their website and Facebook page for the most up-to-date information on booking your stay. See you in the Wild West!

Address: 5240 Curtis Rd, Pioneertown, CA 92268, USA