History of Perry, Utah
Taken from the Utah History Encyclopedia. (Links Added)

Perry City today is a progressive community, looking to the future in its development. The city has three parks, one with baseball diamonds and a bowery, one with a children's play area and small boweries, while the third is a nature park with small baseball diamond, a horse riding arena, and, in the winter, an ice skating rink. Perry is also home to Maddox Ranch House, which is known throughout Utah for its fried chicken and steak dinners.

See: Lydia Walker Forsgren, History of Box Elder County (1937); and Lois J. Nelson, Story of Three Mile Creek (1970).

Lois J. Nelson

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