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Kimberly
October 5, 2022
An Old West Town created by Old Hollywood A-listers
Alpha
October 5, 2022
Pioneertown has its roots in Hollywood. PiTown, as it is known to locals, was established in 1946 as a functioning 1880's themed town movie set. Over 50 films and serials have been filmed here. In recent times, Pappy & Harriet's became internationally known when Paul McCartney held a surprise concert here in December 2016. And don't forget to stop by the Pioneertown Post Office, one of the most photographed post offices in the country.
Pioneertown has its roots in Hollywood. PiTown, as it is known to locals, was established in 1946 as a functioning 1880's themed town movie set. Over 50 films and serials have been filmed here. In recent times, Pappy & Harriet's became internationally known when Paul McCartney held a surprise concer…
Hannah
September 24, 2022
Pioneertown was originally built as and Old Western 1940's movie set. From frontier stables, to saloons and more western atmosphere. More recently known for its iconic venue and bar Pappy & Harriets, which hosts surprisingly intimate, yet bigger named shows over the past 20+ years, every weekend. Pioneertown is also home of many artisanal works ranging from home made soaps, wool twine, and pottery artists. Not only does the MazAmar Pottery barn include many local artists and their work, it also offers pottery wheel classes.
Pioneertown was originally built as and Old Western 1940's movie set. From frontier stables, to saloons and more western atmosphere. More recently known for its iconic venue and bar Pappy & Harriets, which hosts surprisingly intimate, yet bigger named shows over the past 20+ years, every weekend. Pi…
Dani
September 21, 2022
An old movie set where they have filmed old westerns. Now they have turned the storefronts into local artisans shops
Luxsy Palm Springs
September 15, 2022
Located near the entrance of Joshua Tree and a must see! Pioneertown was established in 1946 when Dick Curtis shared his dream for a "Living Breathing Movie Set". Shortly after, seventeen investors including Curtis, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, The Sons Of The Pioneers, Russell Hayden, Frank McDonald, Tommy Carr, Terry Frost, and Bud Abbott each invested $500 and incorporated. The company then purchased 32,ooo Acres of land which would soon be known as Pioneertown. Their goal was simple and unique: to create a place where they could work (and play) with friends, family and co-workers. A functioning 188o's themed town which was easily accessible from both Los Angeles & Palm Springs and would serve as a filming location, vacation destination & permanent residence for people working in the entertainment industry, ranchers and desert lovers alike. Originally they had planned to call the town "Rogersville" in honor of the Roy Rogers' singing group (and fellow investors) The Sons of The Pioneers. However, a member of the group named Tim Spenser wrote a catchy tune by the name of "Out in Pioneertown" to help promote the endeavor. They recorded the song the following year. It was that catchy tune which gave birth to the name "Pioneertown". Eager to begin construction, they broke first ground on September 1st, 1946. The San Bernardino County Sun ran a full-page ad on March 25th, 1947 which invited people to invest in Pioneertown along with Dale Evans, Roy Rogers & The Sons Of The Pioneers. The first structures established were fully functional businesses which included White’s Grocery, the Townhouse Motel, the Red Dog Saloon, the Golden Stallion Restaurant, Maggie’s Feed Barn, Nell’s Ice Cream Palace, Pioneertown Likker, the Klip ‘N’ Kurl Beauty Shop, Pioneer Bowl, Trigger Bill’s Shooting Gallery & the Pioneertown Gazette; just to name a few. Ranch sites with utilities available and road access already established were offered starting as low as $9oo for over an acre of land! Pioneertown became a fully functioning town with an established community and big plans for fast expansion. Those grand plans to expand were short lived however, as Dick Curtis stepped down from President in 1948 after the corporation decided to put community production on the back burner and focus strictly on catering to production companies. Immediately, both land sales and productions plummeted. Just when it seemed like the dream was already beginning to fade, a movie producer by the name of Philip N. Krasne who was producing the Cisco Kid series happened to travel through town. He enjoyed the place quite a lot. Well enough, in fact, to sign a 25 year lease which renewed interest & development in Pioneertown. More than 5o films & serials were filmed in Pioneertown during the 194o's and 195o's. There have been over 2oo productions in town - the total number is unknown as entertainment production records were not as well documented as they are these days. All of the Gene Autry Flying A television productions through the 195o’s were shot here; the Pioneertown Bowling Alley being a favorite filming location of Autry's. Some other local titles were “Cisco Kid”, “The Range Rider”, “Annie Oakley”, “Cody of the Pony Express”, “The Adventures of Judge Roy Bean” and “Buffalo Bill Jr.” As it sits on a movie set; the Pioneertown Post Office is said to be the most photographed PO in the USA! While Pioneertown thrived; the means to expand further were simply not available. A lack of safe water, something that was unforeseeable at the time of the town's conception, would ultimately condemn all plans for a proposed 4o acre lake, a golf course, an airport and a shopping center. As the golden age of western films came to an end, so too did the abundant production work in town. Over the years businesses have dwindled and thrived, back and forth. But the die-hard community has always remained committed to keeping Pioneertown alive. And while a demand for western filming locations has died down; the town is still a fully functioning production set where movies, independent films, music videos and commercials are filmed every month.
Located near the entrance of Joshua Tree and a must see! Pioneertown was established in 1946 when Dick Curtis shared his dream for a "Living Breathing Movie Set". Shortly after, seventeen investors including Curtis, Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, The Sons Of The Pioneers, Russell Hayden, Frank McDonald, T…

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House of Roy: Hot tub, Cowboy Tub, Walk to Pappy’s
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Homestead Modern #1- Pioneertown Icon Ft. in Dwell
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Pioneertown HotTub Pappy&Harriets Views Stars Pool
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Joshua Tree Views- Cozy House
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*NEW* Pioneertown Oasis | HOT TUB| Walk To Pappys
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Wooden Indian Ranch Sunset Room
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Chasing The Moon: Expansive Tub Views Near Pappy's
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Walk to Pappy & Harriet's in Pioneertown
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Large bedroom and private bath
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The Lookout: Pioneertown - Hot Tub, Firepit, Views
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Аванпост у Піонертауні
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ДОПИТЛИВА ЛІЖЕЧКО - прогуляйтеся до салону для червоних собак і татусів!
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Pioneertown Cabin, walk to Pappy & Harriets
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The Red Cabin by Pioneertown Motel
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Серрано-Роте-Боулдерс у Пайоніртаун
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Casita Azul, Close to everything. Fast Wi-fi.
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53688 Pioneertown Rd
Pioneertown, CA