What a treasure hunt! Perry County can boast nearly three dozen geocaches hidden within it boundaries. Get on board the geocache craze! Various levels. Tons of fun! How many can you find?
Exploring the Great Outdoors
Enjoy the beauty, experiencing the adventure, excite the senses.
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Perry County Military History Museum opened on Veteran’s Day in 2012. The museum’s mission is to honor and recognize Perry County Veterans. The museum has been described as a “hidden gem in Southeast Missouri.”
The Perry County Museum is a time capsule of Perry County eras gone by. Housed in the two-story home that Joseph and Mary (Broeker) Duerr built in 1881 this historical museum will transport you back to times forgotten.
Join the club at one of its two annual horse show. The fourth Saturday in June and second Saturday in September. Bring your horse to show or bring your lawn chair to enjoy the show. Fun time for all!
Facilities in the Park Center include an enclosed year-round aquatics center, gymnasium, racquetball courts, a meeting room, a free weight room, a cardiovascular room, an elevated walking / jogging track and a performing arts center.
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.
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. featuring four log homes, including a two story cabin and a double cabin.
This forest tract has several sinkholes and springs and offers scenic vistas overlooking the Mississippi River Valley.