HARKER HEIGHTS — Set back from Comanche Gap Road, a faded red and blue wood sign for Comanche Gap Park stands barely visible amid a backdrop of brush, tall grass and an aging homestead.
Passers-by might not realize the 19-acre site encompasses a portion of one of the oldest western Indian trails, which allowed Comanches to retreat from eventual Bell County settlers.
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