Moore's Old Pine Inn and Old West Town

Our History

Originally built in 1882, Moore's Old Pine Inn (then called The Pines Hotel) is the oldest running Hotel/Inn in the State of Utah.

The Pines Hotel has had guests of western influence including outlaw Butch Cassidy and western writer Zane Grey, who wrote "Riders of the Purple Sage" while staying here. New York Times Newspapers from 1882 are still glued to the rafters.

In 1869, two prospectors found waterfalls, gold and the mysterious remains of an old arrastra (possibly Spanish in origin) and the Bullion Canyon gold rush began. Marysvale was also at the end of the historic Denver and Rio Grand Railroad making Marysvale both a railroad and gold mining town.

In 1993, the Inn was purchased current Owners/Innkeepers Randy & Katie Moore. They spent (2) years doing renovation work paying great detail to detail and decorating themes. They rented their first rooms inside the Inn in August of 1995 and have been building a growing guest base every year since.

Old Pine Inn in 1912
Old Pine Inn: 1912
Old Pine Inn in 1997
Old Pine Inn: Today
Yes, those are the same trees in both photos; the saplings from 1912 now stand over 100 feet tall!

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