Parshall is a tiny town tucked between Hot Sulphur Springs and Kremmling on US Highway 40. If making the drive past Parshall, you’re probably coming to or from Steamboat Springs.
The small village consists of an array of homes, a church, a post office and evidence of a fire in part of the town. There’s one bar/restaurant, known as The Parshall Inn, which is usually open every day. Stop by for a pint and a burger on your way past town.
The Henderson Mill provides most of the jobs in town. It produces molybdenum, an ore from the Henderson Mine, located south in Clear Creek County. Cattle ranching is also big south of town.
Bar Lazy J Guest Ranch – Built in 1912, this dude ranch offers overnight stays, horseback riding, fly fishing, ziplining, trap shooting, mountain biking, hiking, swimming and dining throughout the summer season.
Colorado River – The townsite is situated on the north bank of the Colorado River. It offers outstanding fishing opportunities year round.
Williams Fork Reservoir – Year round playground for boating and fishing on its 1,860 surface acres. Located just south of town, makes a great camping spot and gateway to the Arapaho National Forest.
The Parshall Inn – It’s dubbed “a great place to be in the middle of nowhere.” This longtime Grand County locals’ favorite serves up fresh, flavorful food and ice cold beers.
Camping: Read about the camping near Kremmling, Parshall and Hot Sulphur Springs.
Activities near Parshall
State Wildlife Areas:
- Hot Sulphur SWA (2mi)