Park County, Colorado

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 Dates/Remarks
 Garo PO 1888-1955; est. 1863
 Glenisle  
 Glentivar  PO 1921-1955
 Granite Vale  PO 1861-1870
 Grant
previously Olava
 Est. 1870
 Grousemont
previously Kaiserheim
 PO 1914-1919
 Guffy
previously Freshwater
Est. 1896
 Guird  listed 1896
 Halfway  
 Hall Valley  PO 1874-1898
 Hamilton  PO 1860-1881
 Hammond  PO 1896-1903
 Harris Park  
 Hartsel  Est. 1866
 Haver
 Hayman  PO 1904-1918
 Highland Park  
 Hillsdale In existence 1871-1880's with PO
 Hilltop Junction located 1 mile below Fairplay
easily confused with Hilltop on Trout Creek
 Hilltop
also called Bath and Summit
 RR station on Trout Creek Pass
 Holland  PO 1884
located 3 miles downsteam from Alma
 Holly's Ranche noted around 1896
 Horseshoe/Horse Shoe
also called Old Town
PO 1881-1894; Inc. 1881
Howbert
previously Dell's Camp
 PO 1887-1933
 Hubbards  listed around 1896
 Hursley's Ranche  noted around 1896
 Idlewild  
 Insomont  PO 1902-1917
 Jefferson City
Jefferson  PO est September 3, 1861;
Est. 1861; Inc 1907
 Kaiserheim
later Grousemont
PO 1914-1918
Kenosha  PO 1891-1893
 King
originally but briefly called Como
 PO 1884-1896
located 3 miles SE of Como
 
 Lake George  Est. 1891
 London Junction
later Alma Junction
 Est. 1882-1883
Laurette
see Buckskin
 Est. 1861
Park County Seat 1862-1866
 Leavick
later Doran
PO 1896-1899
 London  PO 1883-1886
 Lost Acres
 Mahoneyville  location vicinity of London Hill
McKinley  
Montgomery/Montgomery City  PO 1862-1888
located at the foot of Hoosier Pass
 Mosquito  See Sterling
 Mountaindale PO 1880-1899
 Mudsill  Est 1892
RR station for Horseshoe
 Mullinville  PO 1880-1882
 Myers
later called Platte Ranch
located north of Antero Reservoir