For, to, and from Camp Henry Parents

As a parent I know that the most important thing in our lives are our children.  Although we want our kids to learn and grow, it can be difficult sending them away, even for just a few days.  At Camp Henry we want you to know that we take the responsibility of caring for your camper seriously.  We also know that camp isn't just about having fun (although we do have a lot of that).  Camp is also about developing independence and friendships, communication and coping skills, self expression, character, and inner strength.  I could go on for ever about what Camp Henry has meant to me, but it would be better to hear it from former and present campers.  Enjoy these testimonials and we look forward to seeing your camper this summer!

Ian Williams - Camp Director

Camp Henry by Katherine H.   

Please Get Me! by Rev. Thomas Murphy 

"Camp is life changing. I have never been to any place that comes close to touching my heart and soul like Camp Henry. Growing up, the Camp Henry counselors were a huge part of shaping who I am today. The love that I received from counselors and other campers was unlike anything I have ever experienced. Now that I have served on staff as a counselor, I really value the opportunity of reciprocating the unconditional love that makes the camp spirit what it is today."

Bailey P.

"Camp Henry is the quintessence of life, love, and fellowship. I am so thankful for Christ transforming me every summer, without fail. There is something very special in that mountain valley."

Leah W.

"When I started as a 3rd grader at Camp Henry I never knew what it would mean to me. Through the years as a camper and then as a counselor I will never forget so many amazing people and memories had there. I still keep in touch with friends made through those years. And as of last year my daughter became a Camp Henry camper. She can't wait to come back and her younger brother is stoked to be starting his first Camp Henry experience this coming summer."

Clay Djmadmonk Bayne