Built in 1924 by the Producers and Refiners Corporation, the Parco Inn stands on old Highway 30 in south central Wyoming.
The company owned refinery town and hotel were frequented by the likes of Amelia Earhart, Clark Gable and traveling dignitaries using the first paved route across the United States.
In 2002, the entire facility (48,000 sq. ft. sitting on an entire city block) was donated to the Baptist Youth Mission to be used as its National Training Center.
Sinclair Baptist Church offices are housed in the
National Headquarters of the Baptist Youth Mission.
The church site may be visited at sinclairbaptistchurch.com