|— Town —|
|State||State of Colorado|
|• Type||unincorporated town|
|Elevation||6,381 ft (1,945 m)|
|Time zone||MST (UTC-7)|
|• Summer (DST)||MDT (UTC-6)|
The town of Mace's Hole was settled in 1862. The town was named for Juan Mace, a bandit who used the valley for a hideout. The Mace's Hole Post Office opened on April 23, 1873. A local preacher took umbrage at the town's name and suggested the biblical name Beulah as a more wholesome alternative. The name of the town was changed to Beulah on October 25, 1876. The name is a reference to Isaiah 62:4; it comes from the Hebrew for "married."
Beulah is located at(38.075798,-104.986038).
The local K-8 magnet school, Beulah School of Natural Sciences.
See also 
- Outline of Colorado
- State of Colorado
- Beulah Valley, Colorado
- Eichler, Geo. R. (1977). Colorado Place Names. 77-089726: Johnson Publishing Company.
- "US Board on Geographic Names". United States Geological Survey. 2007-10-25. Retrieved 2008-01-31.
- Bauer, William H.; James L. Ozment, John H. Willard (1990). Colorado Post Offices 1859-1989. 90-34759: The Colorado Railroad Museum. ISBN 0-918654-42-4.