Today, Mane Street in Pioneertown still retains its charm and old west image. Mane Street has been designated by the State Department of Parks & Recreation as Historical Resources. Visitors are welcome to come enjoy the sites any day of the week but weekends are when the town really comes to life.
A number of different retail stores are located on Mane Street, including the General Mercantile/Local Art Studio, a Pottery Shop, Goat Soap Shop and the Custom Leather & Saddle Shop. There are also numerous false fronts in town like the Bank, Bath House, Likker Barn, Jail, the Jack Cass Saloon and the Mining Co. Great for pictures, fun for kids and a great distraction to help you forget about the hustle of the big city. You can even catch a gunfight on Mane Street some Summer weekends.
Camp Sites are available for campers and horses at the Pioneertown Corrals on a first come first serve basis. If sleeping under the stars isn’t your style – check out the Pioneertown Motel. No matter if you’re coming up for the day or if you plan to stay a while – stop by the local restaurant/bar Pioneertown Palace, or Pappy & Harriet’s as the locals call it, for amazing BBQ and some drinks. Come catch a show as local musicians and bands from all around the world come to play at P&H’s.
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