Parrish Ranch was a working ranch, but in 1958 Vaughn Parrish decided to build a square dance barn in the lower pasture by the Little Thompson River. When those folks who took up square dancing in its heyday during the 50’s and 60’s started to retire, many of them acquired RVs and started motoring around the country. Vaughn built trailer hook-ups at the Ranch, and invited folks to come up and stay for a week or two. They held square dances and bar-b-ques just about every night. Then he built some little wooden Teepees so folks who didn’t have an RV would have a place to stay (they’re humble, but adequate if you don’t plan to spend much time in them). And there are plenty of places to pitch a tent as well.
What DO we offer?
Groups of 10 or more RVs or Tents
Anything you can imagine!
One thing to note is that we are by a reservation basis. Please email us if you would like to reserve a weekend!