The Pioneertown Motel (Pioneertown)
Rustic accommodation (no phones or tvs) walking distance to adobeisnotsoftware, and more importantly from Pappy and Harriet’s. http://www.pioneertown-motel.
The Rimrock Ranch (Outside Pioneertown)
Fun, western cabin suites clustered around a common outdoor area with a pit barbecue, fire pit and star observation platform. The recently added Hatch House was featured in Dwell Magazine and is available for rent. From $118/night. http://www.rimrockranchcabins.
The Mojave Sands (Joshua Tree)
This tiny motel in Downtown Joshua Tree recently received an obsessive and artful renovation. From $200/night. http://mojavesands.com/
Spin and Margie’s Desert Hideaway (Joshua Tree)
Cute and quiet suites just outside of Joshua Tree proper. From $135/night. http://www.deserthideaway.com
The Joshua Tree Inn (Joshua Tree)
Rooms from $89/night. Gram Parsons spent his last night on earth in Room #8.
Travel Lodge (Yucca Valley)
Basic motel accommodation from $59/night. (760) 365-3312
The Hat Rack Motel (Yucca Valley)
Spare, inexpensive, and a great place to meet other hitchhikers and bail jumpers.
Super 8 (Yucca Valley)
Rooms from $55/night http://www.super8.com/
The Best Western (Yucca Valley)
This newly furnished motel is immaculate. Rooms from $72/night. (760) 365-3555
The Desert Lily (Joshua Tree)
Generous cabins (small houses) and B&B service from $225/night, near the park entrance. http://www.thedesertlily.com
The Joshua Tree Highlands Houses (Joshua Tree)
Cute rental houses in a beautiful setting near the Joshua Tree Park entrance. From $200/night. http://www.
The Rattler Ranch (Joshua Tree)
Rental casitas near the Park entrance. From $140/night. http://www.rattlerjoshuatree.com
Miscellaneous Vacation Rentals (Various)
There are lots of private vacation rentals available around Pioneertown, at various price points. Check out VRBO and airbnb for more information. The Wooden Indian Ranch, Little House, and Little Red Cabin are all within a block of Adobeisnotsoftware.
Joshua Tree National Park
Most folks come to Joshua Tree for the park, so why not stay there? Lots of campsites are available from $10/night. Reservations are recommended – campsites fill up quickly during winter/spring and holidays. https://www.nps.gov/JOTR/planyourvisit/index.htm
Pioneertown Corrals (Pioneertown)
Tent and RV camping, walking distance from adobeisnotsoftware from $10/person. Restrooms, no showers. http://pioneertowncorrals.biz/CampCorrals.html