The Wigwam Motel #7 is located on East Foothill Boulevard, along Historic Route 66, in Rialto, California. It is one in a series of seven motel villages built by developer Frank A. Redford between 1933 and 1950. Wigwam Motels were a complex of teepee shaped motel rooms, arranged as a village, which provided accomodations to travelers. Wigwam Motel #7 was built in 1949 and is one of three remaining villages, the others being Wigwam #6 in Holbrook, Arizona, and Wigwam #2 in Cave City, Kentucky. #7 and #6 both sit along Route 66. In later years the motel fell into disrepair and was reduced to renting out it's teepees on an hourly basis! In 2005 Wigwam #7 underwent a restoration which brought the motel back to its original appearance. It was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.