General Mercantile Shop
The General Mercantile Shop on Mane Street is actually an art studio and gift shop. In addition to a variety of art from a handful of local artists, this shop also offers a wide range of crystals and minerals, vintage western clothes and cowboy boots, handmade jewelry as well as authentic Pioneertown merchandise.
Generally Open Thursdays - Sundays, from Early-Midday to Sundown or whenever else we happen to be there.
Pioneertown General Store
The Pioneertown General Store is located in the old Likker Barn which is at 53635 Mane St.
The General Store offers handmade art & jewelry from the High Desert, awesome vintage & antique treasures along with hand-picked desert provisions; all within the historic Likker Barn!
Generally Open Thursdays - Mondays, from 11AM to 6PM or whenever they happen to be there.
Jessie Keylon's Art Studio & Shop
Come check out Jessie's unique and amazing art work! Located on Mane Street in the Pioneertown Land Office, which is directly next door to the Pottery Shop. Come watch as Jessie works away at putting her dreams onto paper or browse through her already completed selection of awesome art.
Jessie's Studio is Open Thursdays - Mondays, from Midday to Sundown.
The Pottery Shop and Mazamar Art Pottery
The Pottery Shop offers
"High Fired Functional Art Pottery - Servin' it Up in the Morongo Basin Since 2ooo".
Come take a look at their amazing handmade art, much of which is made right inside Pioneertown’s old Nickelodeon. And be sure to check out the amazing work of local artist Geoffrey Fennell, on permanent display in the showroom.
The Pottery Shop is Open Every Weekend and Most Weekdays, from Midday to Sundown.
The Soap Goats Shop
The Soap Goats Shop is really JoAnne's Simply Soap and Bill & JoAnne's Pipes Canyon Pygoras. Come meet Bill and all of the friendly goats. Be sure to check out JoAnne's shop where you can get freshly handmade soap plus a variety of different items which are all made from hand-spun goat wool.
You can even watch JoAnne spin some goat wool right there on the front porch!
The Soap Goat Shop is Open Saturday and Sunday Afternoons, Weather Permitting.
Arrow & Bear
A newer addition to Pioneertown is this misfit mercantile on Mane Street which offers handmade art and treasures to their friends and visitors to the wild west. Arrow & Bear opened in the winter of 2o17 and is operated by Lorenzo and Jolyn.
They are located directly next door to the Chaparosa Outfitters Leather Shop on Mane Street.
Arrow Bear is Open Most Weekends from Midday to Sundown.
Chaparrosa Outfitters in the Pioneertown Saddlery Shop
Stop on by the Saddle Shop on Mane Street where John does custom saddle and leather work.
Check out their detailed, high quality western saddles, leather cowboy accessories and Native
American art or browse through their selection of fine leather care goods. Located inside of the old Land Office on the west end of Mane Street.
Pioneertown Saddlery is Generally Open Every Day of the Week from Midday to Sundown.
Sound Stage & Book Store
Pioneertown's historic Sound Stage on Mane Street has been beautifully restored by owner Tim Howard. The massive Sound Stage is available for private parties, weddings, band rehearsals and much more! When the Sound Stage isn't being rented out for a private event, Tim opens up the Book Store, where visitors can browse through a wide selection of vintage books, records and movies. The Sound Stage is also host to a number of different live, free events, like live music and holiday parties. Check out their website for more information.
The Sound Stage is Generally Open to the Public on Weekends from Midday to Sundown.
The Red Dog Saloon
The Red Dog Saloon has reopened! Come on down to the center of Mane Street and enjoy a cold drink or a hot meal. If you're looking for a cool watering hole, right smack in the center of town, then look no further. Click the link below to check out their menu. You can even place your order online if you'd prefer to take your food and drinks to go.
Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace
To sum it up in just one word: "BBQ"! Pappy & Harriet's Pioneertown Palace is home to some of the best Barbecue in the High Desert! Stop in for some Lunch, Dinner or Drinks. P&H's is also an exceptional music venue that hosts live shows each week. Pappy & Harriet's is open for Lunch and Dinner, Thursdays - Mondays. Check out their website for a Schedule of upcoming shows or to take a look at their Menu.
76o.365.5956 - www.PappyAndHarriets.com
Wild West Shows and Shootouts on Mane Street
Two groups currently perform free live action wild west reenactments on Mane Street:
The Mane Street Stampede & The Gun Fighters For Hire.
The Seasonal Shows are Saturdays, Starting at 2:3oPM, Weather Permitting, in front of the Pioneer Bowl. Check their websites for show schedules and special events.
The Pioneertown Wild West Theater at the Desert Willow Ranch
The newest live-action addition to Pioneertown is the Wild West Theater, located right next door to Pappy & Harriet's inside of the Desert Willow Ranch. In addition to life performances, the Wild West Theater also hosts weekly Line Dancing parties. Check their website for information and showtimes.
The Church in Pioneertown
Active to this very day, The Church in Pioneertown is a non denominational Church which offers
weekly Sunday Service at 1o:oo AM. The Church is located across from the Red Dog Saloon on Mane Street. Members of The Church in Pioneertown are active in local and nationwide charity and even go caroling to many High Desert locations each Christmas.
The Pioneertown Mountains Preserve
Some Of Southern California's Best Hiking Is Just A Quick Drive From Downtown Pioneertown! The 25,5oo Acre Wildlands Conservancy's Pioneertown Mountains & Pipes Canyon Preserve Visitor Facilities Include Trailhead Parking, a Kiosk, a Shade Ramada and Public Restrooms. They offer free Interpretive Programs, host numerous Outdoor Educational Events and are Open Daily From Dawn to Dusk. They are located at 51010 Pipes Canyon Road in Pioneertown.
76o.369.71o5 - www.WildlandsConservancy.org/Preserve_Pioneertown.html