Time nearly stands still in Parshall, near Kremmling, but what does change is certainly discussed at the town's sole restaurant/bar. The countryside near Parshall reveals high mountain ranches and river valleys surrounded by mountain vistas. Visitors will enjoy easy access to fly fishing and a chorus of birds along the Colorado and Williams Fork rivers. From lazy riverside strolls to spectacular stargazing, any pursuit in Parshall will make visitors feel like they're a million miles away.
The town's biggest draw is Williams Fork Reservoir, south of Parshall. Home to the largest pike ever caught in Colorado, this well-stocked lake draws fishing enthusiasts, especially each spring. The Bar Lazy J Guest Ranch offers family-style week-long round-ups and the three-bedroom Parshall Place guest home are among the only lodging facilities in Parshall, but plenty of amenities are available in Kremmling, to the west. The neighboring community offers lodging, restaurants, and sports rental facilities, and outfits for fishing, rafting, and snowmobiling in the area.
In the opposite direction is the historic town of Hot Sulphur Springs. American Indians once soaked in the restorative waters here, and the town was later used as training facility for the nation's first ski-jumping team. In addition to a small retreat containing natural hot springs, the rustic main street is home to shops, restaurants, and a museum.