DIRECTIONS & PARKING:
From Palm Springs, take the I-1o Freeway West for about 6 Miles. Head North onto California
Highway 62 Towards Twentynine Palms for about 2o Miles. Turn Left onto Pioneertown Road and continue for 5 miles. Downtown Pioneertown will be on your right hand side.
From Los Angeles, take the I-1o Freeway East for about 1oo Miles. Head North onto California
Highway 62 Towards Twentynine Palms for about 2o Miles. Turn Left onto Pioneertown Road and continue for 5 miles. Downtown Pioneertown will be on your right-hand side.
From Joshua Tree National Park, take California Highway 62 West for about 6 Miles. Turn Right onto Pioneertown Road and continue for about 5 Miles. Downtown Pioneertown will be on your right hand side.
From Big Bear, take the California Highway 18 North for about 12 Miles. Turn Right onto Camp Rock Road and continue for about 5 Miles. Turn Right onto California Highway 247 South and continue for about 35 Miles. Turn Right onto Pipes Canyon Road and continue for about 7 Miles. Turn Left onto Pioneertown Road and continue for another 3 Miles. Downtown Pioneertown will be on your left hand side.
From Barstow, take California Highway 247 South for about 4o Miles. Turn Right onto Pipes Canyon Road and continue for about 7 Miles. Turn Left onto Pioneertown Road and continue for about 3 Miles. Downtown Pioneertown will be on your left hand side.
PLEASE DON'T PARK ON PIONEERTOWN ROAD.
There are plenty of parking spaces for Pappy & Harriet's surrounding the entire building, including a multiple acre parking lot just to the west, before Pioneer Bowl. The Pioneertown Motel has their own parking lot. There is also plenty of parking on the east side of Mane Street, accessible via Curtis Road (front of Pappy & Harriet's). You should have no trouble finding off street parking and can take comfort in knowing that everything is within a short walking distance in Pioneertown.
All parking in Pioneertown is free of charge for the general public.
Pioneertown is still a living breathing production set. All commercial filming or photography is restricted by permit only. If you are interested in obtaining a permit to shoot in Pioneertown, please contact the Pioneertown Corrals at 76o.365.758o
HOURS & SCHEDULE:
Mane Street in Downtown Pioneertown is open and free to the public 365 days a year. You'll find that the majority of the action in town happens during the weekends. Businesses in Pioneertown don't tend to keep to a strict schedule and are typically open from mid-day until sundown. A weekend visit is highly recommended for first time visitors to Pioneertown.
RULES & GUIDELINES:
- No Cars Or Automobiles Are Permitted On Downtown Mane Street. The pedestrian-walking and horse-riding only areas are clearly marked "Hoof and Foot Only" and there is easy access to Rawhide Road from Roy Rogers Road to the west and Curtis Road to the east.
- All animals of all shapes and sizes are allowed in Pioneertown and inside just about every business. But there is a Strict Leash Law In Effect and All Animals, of all shapes and sizes, Are Required To Be Leashed While Inside Pioneertown.
- Half of Pioneertown's beauty and charm is experienced at night, when the stars are bright.
Unnecessary Light & Noise Pollution is Highly Frowned Upon in Pioneertown. Of course, everyone needs light to see and people tend to make noise when they are enjoying themselves. Use Common Sense and Please Refrain From Using Any Bright Lights Or Producing Any Unnecessary Noise When At All Possible and help us keep the nights in Pioneertown as dark, quiet and beautiful as they were back in the good old 188o's.
- There are Trash Barrels located up and down Mane Street. Please Keep All Trash Inside Those Trash Barrels and help us keep the beauty and charm of Pioneertown intact.
- There Are Limited Public Restrooms In Town. The only indoor restrooms are available at Pappy & Harriet’s and the Pioneertown Corals provides outhouses for campers.
- The use of Drones or any other controlled flying device is strictly prohibited in Pioneertown and may be operated in town by permit only.
- Commercial filming and photography in Pioneertown is authorized by permit only.
- Pioneertown's 188o's theme is expressed through just about the entire zip code and around Mane Street in particular. While the vast majority of Mane Street is open to the public, there are a handful of private residences right in the heart of the town. Please Respect All Signs, Fences, Rules and Guidelines.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Who owns Pioneertown?
A: Pioneertown is an unincorporated community. The land, homes and buildings you'll see in town, including Mane Street in its entirety, are owned by many different private owners.
Q: Where can we eat while visiting Pioneertown?
A: Currently, the only place to eat a hot meal in Pioneertown is at Pappy & Harriet's. The Red Dog and the Pioneer Bowl are both aiming to reopen in 2o2o. So there will be more options for those in Pioneertown soon!
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