Things To Do


Things to Do in the Desert


Joshua Tree National Park

Joshua Tree Nat'l Park

Deemed the most beautiful place in California, JTNP is a national treasure. Make sure you’re there at sunset and don’t forget to see the Cholla Cactus Garden, the Ocatilla Orchard and Cap Rock, made famous by Gram Parsons

Pappy and Harriet's

Live Music

The best there is, Pappy & Harriet’s is known for its BBQ and rock and roll. Beer flows like water. Check the calendar.


Just a few minutes from PTM, the Pioneertown Mountains Preserve is great for hiking and horse-riding. Trails extend in every direction. Check out the Chemehuevi petroglyphs.


A sound bath, said to be built on a leyline. Designed by Ufologist George Van Tassel, who claimed the cupola was capable of rejuvenation, anti-gravity and time travel. Located nearby in Landers. Make a reservation.


Right down the hill in Yucca Valley are plenty of locally owned shops for antiques, vintage clothing, homegoods, and more. The End, Acme Home, and Desierto Alto are some of our favorites. We'll tell you about more when you get here.

Eating & Drinking

Grab Mexican food at The Red Dog Saloon or BBQ at Pappy's, both right outside your door in Pioneertown. If you're looking for more of a California culinary experience, venture over to La Copine Kitchen in Flamingo Heights. There's plenty of other special spots here in the desert, just ask us if you need a recommendation.


Cedar and Sage Wellness Studio in Yucca Valley offers yoga classes every day, plus pilates and sound baths.

Horseback Riding in the Desert

Horseback Riding

If you want to go full cowboy while staying with us, head to Knob Hill Ranch, Crazy Horse Ranch, or Coyote Ridge Stable, all nearby.

Day Trips

Amboy Crater, Salvation Mountain, The Salton Sea, and Palm Springs are all within a few hours drive. The drives are scenic, as you might expect.