The next time you venture through Northwest  Wyoming, Duane and Sharon Lundberg invite you to stay at the Motel Pioneer in Hulett, Wyoming.  Nestled in the beautiful Black Hills, Hulett is a quaint, scenic town of about 450 people that offers endless recreational amenities for everyone.  And when you are in Hulett, there is not a better place to stay then in one of the clean, affordable rooms at the Motel Pioneer.

   When you stop for a night at the Motel Pioneer, you have the opportunity to rest in comfortable single or double bed rooms, all of which feature cable color TV, telephones and air conditioning.  Some of the rooms also feature microwaves and refrigerators to further accommodate your stay.  The motel also offers family rooms, which are outfitted with double beds and two single beds, a microwave and a refrigerator, and provide convenient lodging for larger parties.  


      The Motel Pioneer provides quality lodging with a friendly atmosphere, and the recreational opportunities available make the area even more enticing for travelers...

        Motel Pioneer is located nine miles from America's first national monument , Devils Tower.  The core of a volcano and a sacred Native American site, Devils Tower rises 1,267 feet above the Belle Fourche River, and attracts thousands of tourists yearly --it was even featured in the popular sci-fi movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind.  Rock climbers and hikers travel from all over the world to enjoy this unspoiled natural beauty, which boasts a 1,347-acre park, perfect for hiking, climbing or leisurely strolls, and an abundance of places to view the natural scenery.  



       Hunters and fisherman are welcome to stay at Motel Pioneer.  Duane and Sharon are avid hunters themselves and always enjoy listening to hunting stories.  Northeast Wyoming is full of wildlife and has hunting options nearly year-round: turkey hunting occurs in the spring and the fall, elk hunting also takes place in the fall, October is antelope season, and deer season begins the first of November.  Fish are abundant in the area: Keyhole State Park offers wonderful walleye and pike fishing, and Cook Lake is teeming with trout.

          If you prefer to simply shoot photos, the wildlife and scenery in the area are certain to provide breathtaking photo opportunities.  

Summer is a particular busy time in Hulett.  Enjoy rodeos?  Come stay at the Motel Pioneer the first weekend in June to watch Wyoming cowboys compete in bareback, saddlebronc, bull riding and calf roping events.  Or venture to Hulett in August, when the annual Harley Davidson Motorcycle Rally roars into the Black Hills.  Hulett sponsors Ham & Jam, an event on the Wednesday of Rally Week when bikers and vendors alike flood into Hulett.  During Rally Week, Motel Pioneer also offers some camping spots with shower facilities in addition to rooms.  Come enjoy the fun and excitement that brings thousands of motorcycles to our quiet little town - trust us when we say you have to see it to believe it!  

   Motel Pioneer, which features special room rates for golfers, is the closest motel to the beautiful and challenging Devils Tower Golf Course, Currently offering nine holes, with the back nine under construction, the golf course is designed to test the skill of any golfer.  When you finish your round, check out the merchandise or enjoy beverages and great food in the clubhouse.


Biking, hiking, rock hounding, camping, hunting, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, golfing, sightseeing.... -Whenever you decide to stay and whatever you decide to do while you are in the area, Motel Pioneer is open year-round for your convenience.   


Call 1-800-231-6335 or 1-307-467-5656 today to make your reservations to stay with us.