Camp Henry continues a camping tradition that dates back to 1958, when it was established by the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina to provide an affordable and memorable experience for the youth of the diocese.

Campers participate in creative, engaging, and diverse programs based on scripture, liturgy, environmental education, and conservation designed by clergy and staff. 

Our counselors provide opportunities for the campers to have fun and learn through traditional and nontraditional sports and games, boating, fishing, sailing, hiking, arts/crafts, singing, storytelling, worship, and much more. 

Camp Henry is located at Lake Logan Episcopal Center, just 40 minutes west of Asheville in Haywood County.

The 300-acre property includes a stunning, mile-long lake surrounded by the Shining Rock Wilderness Area of Pisgah National Forest.

The beautiful lake, playing fields, and forests offer incredible opportunities for swimming, boating, fishing, playing games, hiking, exploring and much more.

We also have an exciting and challenging Alpine Tower that adds to the fun.

239 Days to Camp!!