A big thank you to Scott Lawson from the Plumas County Museum for providing us with some outstanding photos from the museum's archives. The pictures below show Thompson Valley Ranch in the early days when it was known as the Illinois Ranch and John W. Thompson from which the valley and the creek derived their names.
Scott Lawson and his group of dedicated volunteers do a fantastic job preserving and displaying the history of our area at the Plumas County Museum. I highly encourage you to visit and spend some time, you wont be disappointed.
Our holiday Prime Rib Roasts have sold out for the season, and we have just one of our Whole Tenderloin Roasts left in stock. A big thank you to all of your that purchased one from us. If you are having one of our roasts for Christmas or New Years, before you begin to feast, remember to send a picture of the roast over to our Facebook page to be entered for a chance to win a combination beef pack. We will post all the pictures at the beginning of 2018. Thanks again, Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays to you and yours.
After much time dealing with an older host and platform Thompson Valley Ranch has come into 2017, well almost 2018 with a new and dynamic website. While it is not complete, I guess a good website never is, it is up and running. We hope you enjoy the new look and feel of the site, we think it gives you a good look into who we are and what we do. Check back frequently as we will be adding some new features and content in the not so distant future.