Pioneertown, California, is an unincorporated community of the Morongo Basin region of San Bernardino’s High Desert. The historical town was originally incorporated in 1946 and fell into the hands of San Bernardino County in the late 1960s. The winding, 4-mile (6. 4 km) drive northwest to Pioneertown from Yucca Valley has been designated a California Scenic Drive and the area is now surrounded by privately and federally protected lands.
|Noah Purifoy Outdoor Desert Art Museum (12.3 miles)|
Cap Rock Nature Trail (22.4 miles)
Wall Street Mill (22.5 miles)
Cabazon Dinosaurs (22.6 miles)
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway (23 miles)
|Cactus to Clouds Trail (23.1 miles)|
Tahquitz Canyon (24.2 miles)
South Lykken Trailhead (24.3 miles)
Lost Horse Mine (25.5 miles)
Joshua Tree National Park (39.4 miles)
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Pioneertown, Mane St
Pioneertown, California 92268
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