ⓘ Camp Harding, Colorado

                                     

ⓘ Camp Harding, Colorado

Camp Harding was a summer resort with boarding house west of Broadmoor Park "at the mouth of Cheyenne canon" that was one of several early 20th century health facilities in the area ") Anna E Harding was the 1903 proprietor of the facility on W Cheyenne Road, which was through the gate with gatekeeper for the "carriage-way to the Cheyenne canons" with a "rustic bridge" to Camp Hardings "red roof" structures and pine trees. Camp Harding had a single-story cottage, c. seven tents, and a 2-story brick home with striped porch awning, and the camp was named in a 1912 Long Island, New York, divorce case. The area is now part of the Colorado Springs metropolitan area.

                                     
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