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Camp Boulder offered cottages to tourists on 8 acres with over 800 feet of lake frontage. The resort provided a children's wading pool and playground, as well as facilities for shuffleboard, horseshoes, basketball and croquet.

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Camp Boulder was a collection of cottages built in the 1930s. Located east of Grand Forest Beach the cottages were owned for many years by Irma Fries Harvey Roberts, who was also president of Firelands Community Bank and VA Fries Lumber Company.
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Camp Boulder ceased operation in the 1970s and the cottages were sold at auction. Mr. William Kaman purchased three of the cottages and moved them to property across the street from Huron High School.
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Mr. Kaman was known for driving his horse and Welter Grocery wagon around Huron. He kept two horses on his property across the street from the high school.
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Brochure advertising Camp Boulder. The resort was named after the concretions that can be seen when the lake level is low. Ohio Shale concretions are composed primarily of carbonate (limestone or dolomite) rock and are enclosed within a dark-gray to black shale. A concretion from the Huron River was moved by members of the Huron High School class of 1959 to the front of the school.

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