Timeless Beauty...Amazing Golf.
As Colorado was settled in the mid-1800s, what is now Perry Park Ranch became the site of an early stagecoach stop in the Denver to Colorado Springs route. The location, a cave on today's 11th tee, has carvings dating from the 1860s. As Denver grew at the end of the century, the area became a popular destination. In 1870 John D. Perry, president of the Kansas Pacific Railroad, visited Colorado and purchased the 4,000-acre "Pleasant Park" that would eventually be named Perry Park.
"A Gemstone of the Upper Colorado Valley"
"Perry Park is perfectly sculpted through the rocky mountains and native landscapes which must have existed in the same condition millions of years ago..."