Located out in the middle of, well basically, nowhere, this place can hardly be called a "small town" with only a gas station, pizza parlor, bar and grill, volunteer fire department and a few other small businesses I've yet to discover. I should also mention that the spectacular Perry Park Country Club is tucked away in the foothills. As you drive down this quite country road and turn the corner - bam! - there it is in all it's glory.
Small town or not, the Larkspur/Perry Park area is a rural gem hidden away from the vastly developed I-25 corridor stretching from Fort Collins to Colorado Springs. Close to several golf clubs, hiking trails, big city life (Denver and Colorado Springs), small town life (Castle Rock), the US Air Force Academy, and Pikes National Forest, Larkspur and Perry Park are a country retreat with instant accessibility. I understand there's even a goat farm in the area and buffalo - I guess I should say American Bison.
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