Learn more about: Parshall
January 26, 2009
Along U.S. Highway 40 between Hot Sulphur Springs and Kremmling is a small town called Parshall.
Parshall is unincorporated and home to roughly 80 residents, and its countryside is dotted with high mountain ranches, river valleys and mountain vistas.
Parshall’s biggest draw is the Williams Fork Reservoir, south of Parshall, a popular fishing spot where the largest pike in Colorado is rumored to have been found. The town’s surrounding areas are also known for hunting and snowmobiling.
But anyone who’s been to Parshall has to stop at the Parshall Inn, or the “P.I.” The Parhshall Inn was built in 1950 and is a popular spot for a cold beer, prime rib and a game of shuffleboard.