Harrison, AR Summer Camps

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Ama Tkd Kids Camp
Harrison, AR  

We have placement for 100 campers ages 6-17. ...

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Residential Camp
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Sports Camps: Martial Arts
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Coed
 
 
Camp Noark
Harrison, AR  
Camp Type:
Residential Camp
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Traditional Camps: Girl Scouts
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About Harrison, AR

Harrison is a city in Boone County, Arkansas, United States. It is the county seat. According to 2007 Census Bureau estimates, the population of the city was 13,108. Boone County was organized in 1869, during reconstruction after the civil war. Harrison was platted and made the county seat. It is named after L. LaRue Harrison, a Union officer who surveyed and platted the town. Boone County Regional Airport serves the city. Indians were the first inhabitants of the area, the first probably being cliff dwellers who lived in caves in the bluffs along the rivers. In later times, the Osage, a branch of the Sioux, was the main tribe in the Ozarks and one of their larger villages is thought to have been to the east of the present site of Harrison. The Shawnee, Quapaw, and Caddo Indians were also familiar to the area. The Cherokee arrived around 1816 and did not get along with the Osage. This hostility erupted into a full scale Indian war in the Ozark Mountains. By the 1830s both tribes were removed to Indian Territory. It is possible that the first white men to visit the area were some forty followers of Hernando De Soto and that they camped at an Indian village on the White River at the mouth of Bear Creek. It is more likely that the discoverers were French hunters...