Disc golf or frisbee golf is a flying disc sport which players throw a disc at the target using similar rules to golf. Perryville City Park has a 9 hole course. Park Center equipment rental is available.
Exploring the Great Outdoors
Enjoy the beauty, experiencing the adventure, excite the senses.
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Semi-private course; public play is welcome. Full golf shop, bar, kitchen, dining and social atmosphere.
The central hub of Perryville’s history, the square is reinvented many times through the year for fantastic events.
Check out what our Downtown Revitalization has planned for this month!
Bring the kids and have some fun at our NEW! splash pad! Soak up the sun, fun and smiles while getting wet and cooling off with friends and family. Free admission. Open daily 10am-8pm May-September.
Red Rock Landing is a great location maintained by the MDC, and is primarily used for public fishing.
Imagine what it would be like to live in Missouri in a log home during the 1800’s. You can give your imagination a boost by visiting the Saxon Lutheran Memorial. The Memorial features four log homes, including a two story cabin and a double cabi
This forest tract has several sinkholes and springs and offers scenic vistas overlooking the Mississippi River Valley.
Celebrating 190 years St. Joseph Catholic Church is one of the original Christmas Country Churches on our holiday tour. Rosary & Divine Mercy Chaplet are held on the First Tuesday of every month at 7:00pm. Natural outdoor grotto.
St. Mary’s of the Barrens Church is a Roman Catholic Church and former Seminary in Perryville, Missouri. St. Mary’s is the historic seat of the American Vincentians and since its establishment in 1818 has served as an educational insti
Stop by for a family fun-filled day for all ages. Enjoy a round of 18 hole mini golf, batting cages, RC car with rentals available and 2 awesome dirt race tracks, bounce houses and driving range.
Over the years, hundreds, maybe thousands of people have flocked to the Mississippi River to walk the narrows to the famous Tower Rock.