Living History and Entertainment Reign at Historic Apple Valley Inn


By Staff Reports

(Apple Valley)– One glimpse inside the main lobby of The Historic Apple Valley Inn and you are instantly transported back in time. The main building of the Historic Apple Valley Inn still stands in the Mojave Desert town of Apple Valley, CA. While it and the Inn’s numerous original bungalows and rooms are home to a unique business park, events center and home of the Apple Valley Legacy Museum.

In the heyday of the Inn, it was a favorite vacation destination for Hollywood celebrities during the 1940s, 1950s, and 1960s. Frequent visitors included notable icons, Bob Hope, Marilyn Monroe, John Wayne, Richard Nixon and attracted investors Roy Rogers and Dale Evans who loved Apple Valley so much, that they made it their home. People would fly in from all over, land at the air-strip across Highway 18 and get shuttled over to spend some time down time at the Inn doing as little or as much as they like. Known for the delicious steaks it was a real he-man western-style retreat, with horseback riding, golfing, hiking, swimming, drinking and sunning.

Local recording artists and producers Ray Brooks, Maggie Vee and Nathan Paul took up the invitation to create a throwback night-on-the-town for those seeking an alternative night out experience and developed the “Inn Room – Live Music Series” with shows starting in April 2016.

One of the event’s producers Maggie Vee states, “We are inviting, not only local residents to check out the entertainment, but anybody, anywhere that has an interest in real western Americana and would like the opportunity to walk into a living museum where the authentic rustic-glam has remained unchanged. Anyone the least bit curious can come, get a glimpse of history and experience it for themselves at a fun and entertaining event.”

At The Inn Room one event pass gets it all – vendors, food, live music and your chance to belly-up to the historic no-host bar which will be serving during all the live music series events. General info, call (760) 684-9093

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