The first owner of the Rocking B Ranch was Mr. Joseph Humphreys, who came to the area in 1908.

Mr. Humphreys and his wife established a farm on the property, and built a cabin. They later built a big house for his family, and the cabin became a bunkhouse for travelers. Mrs. Humphreys was famous for her apple pie.

The Humphreys sold the property in 1960 to the Dinnison family. Mr. Dinnison tore down all the out buildings and built one large barn in 1966, where they kelp 50 horses -- from Sheltons to American saddle bred horses. Mr. And Mrs. Dinnison divorced in 1966 and the property changed hands a few times afterward.

Scott and Pamela Brownlee bought the property in 1992. The Brownlees met at the Dick Grove Music School near Los Angeles Ca in 1979, and had married in 1981 Pamela worked as a backup singer for various recording artists, and Scott operated a recording studio where he was among the first digital audio recorders in the country


The Brownlees turned the ranch into one of the areas favorite destinations for residents and tourists.

In 1993 they hosted the ranch's first barn concert, which attracted 500 guests - mostly friends and members of their church. Later concerts were such a hit that they opened it up to the public in 1995 as The Rockin' B Ranch Cowboy Supper Show.