A Place Called Love is the second studio album released by American country music artist, Judy Rodman. It was issued under MTM Records in 1987, and was the final studio album Rodman would issue during her music career.
A Place Called Love was the second issued album Rodman made under MTM. It spawned three singles that each became major hits on the Billboard Country Chart. The first single, "Girls Ride Horses Too" reached the Top 10, as well as the second single, "I'll Be Your Baby Tonight" (a cover of the Bob Dylan song). The third single, "I Want a Love Like That" peaked within the Top 20, becoming her last Top 40 entry. The album was issued in 1987 following her previous album the year before entitled, Judy.
A Place Called Love peaked at #29 on the Top Country Albums chart following its release in 1987. The album was reviewed by Allmusic, who gave it three out of five stars. This was only one of two albums that Rodman would issue during her music career. Her third album, Goin' to Work was expected to be released in 1988, but was not released due to the label's closure.