From Chicago to Los Angeles runs one great Mother Road that is one of the pride and joys of the United States. The Historic Route 66 is more than just “the Main Street of America”, it is a journey in itself.
Route 66 was first built as a U.S. highway in 1926. The stretch of Route 66 where we are located starts in San Bernardino and ends in Rancho Cucamonga.
Neon signs, delicious diners, tourist attractions, endless gas stations and the best motels line this celebrated road. The road winds in and around many small cities and towns, including San Bernardino, where it will lead you directly to the Route 66 Wigwam Village CA.
You will find the Wigwam Motel on the border between Rialto and San Bernardino, on the right hand side of the road, at 2728 Foothill Blvd.
The San Bernardino Wigwam Motel is a popular Route 66 connections and a bona fide Route 66 landmark in the state of California. Nostalgic travelers intent on experiencing a taste of the classic American Experience will be thrilled to see our Wigwam Motel sign appearing from a distance during their Route 66 road trip.
So don’t forget to pull up and book your stay at one of our enormous 30-foot wigwams, complete with all the modern amenities inside. Our scenic and strategic location means that all the Route 66 points of interest and tourist attractions are just a short drive away, so you can explore the wonders of America’s Mother Road to your heart’s content.
Some of our favorite links related to Route66 and WigWam Motel.
- Wigwam Village Motel No. 2 – Cave City, Kentucky
- Wigwam Village Motel No. 6 – Holbrook, Arizona
The Other Remaining Wigwam Motels
Route 66 Associations
- California Historic Route 66 Association
- Historic Route 66 Assocation of Arizona
- New Mexico Route 66 Association
- Oklahoma Route 66 Association
- The Route 66 Association of Missouri
- The Route 66 Association of Illinois
Fun Route 66 Sites
- The Mother Road: Historic Route 66 – Welcome to the oldest Route 66 dedicated website!
- Route 66 “Mother Road” Museum (Barstow, CA) – A Route 66 museum located in one of Fred Harvey’s train depot.
- California Route 66 Museum (Victorville, CA) – Museum of historic Route 66 artifacts and photos on old 66.
- Oklahoma Route 66 Museum (Clinton, OK) – An audio tour across Route 66 written and narrated by Michael Wallis.
- National Route 66 Museum (Elk City, OK) – Road motif that will take visitors to all eight states along Route 66.
- Mission Tiki Drive-In (Montclair, CA) – Tiki themed multiple screen drive-in.
- Route 66 Experience – Musical slideshow highlighting Route 66.
- Kids on 66 – Emily Pridy’s “Route 66 for Kids” guide to the great mom-and-pop businesses.
- Route 66 Magazine – The original magazine for Route 66, subscribe today!
- Route 66 Motels – Best mom-and-pop motels the Mother Road has to offer.
- Bring Back Route 66! – U. S. Highway 66 deserves to be put back on the Nation’s road atlases.
- Motel Americana – Exploring classic roadside architecture since 1995.