Originally a 1913 farmhouse, this building presently houses administrative offices and meeting space. This is where you will meet the amazing Camp Henry staff when you check in on the first day of camp. Throughout your week at camp you will likely spend time in this building doing yoga, relaxing on the front porch rocking chairs, or picking out cool gear from the camp store.
Built in 1955 and remodeled in 2001, Celebration Hall is a large meeting hall used for worship, music, games, dancing, movies, and much much more. Boojums Cave is a lounge and gaming area complete with pool, ping-pong, foosball, board games and comfortable seating areas.
The Bishop Johnson Dining Hall is a state of the art dining facility which has an incredible view of the field, river, lake, and surrounding mountains. It is over 11,000 square feet and provides space for nutritious and well balance meals, outdoor patio for talent shows, and plenty of extra indoor space for a variety of programs.
The Bishop Weinhauer Dorm was built in 1954 and has been beautifully restored to be a rustic yet modern dormitory style building with handicap access. The new bathrooms, fire exits, stairs, porch with special needs access, and group gathering areas make this an ideal space for summer camp lodging.
Arts & Crafts Pavillion
The Arts & Crafts pavilion is perfectly placed in the center of camp as creativity and self expression are at the heart of what we believe in at Camp Henry. Campers will have daily opportunities to build, paint, draw, knit, design, and create at the Arts & Crafts Pavilion.
Camp Chaplain's residence.
The Camp Henry Cabins are two large 3-season structures in the woods near "pond in the pines". Typically the boys' residences at camp, each building is split into two sections with clean and private bathrooms, handicap entrances, and screened in porches.
Infirmary and Nurse/Doctors Residence
Staff housing. Stay away!
Directors residence. Stay away unless you want to change baby diapers!
Although located on the Camp Henry side of the Lake Logan Episcopal Center, the Retreat House is seldom used by Camp Henry during the summer and is off limits to campers. For more information about Retreat House or any other accommodations at the Lake Logan Episcopal Center please visit www.lakelogan.org or call (828) 646-0095.
Camp Henry boasts a large playing field with a wide array of options. Options include soccer, volleyball, kickball, quidditch, horseshoes, croquet, capture the flag, disc golf, and much much more.
Tennis and basketball are certainly options, but why stop there?! Camp Henry Dodge Ball, dances, 4 square, the list goes on and on!
Perhaps the highlight of the Camp Henry property is Lake Logan itself. An 84 acre lake fed by the west fork of the Pigeon river provides plenty of opportunities to swim, kayak, canoe, sail, and fish.
A 50' combination high ropes course/climbing tower, the Alpine Tower has a wide variety of elements which allow beginner to expert climbers challenge themselves and accomplish their goals. There is also a low ropes course and a "flying squirrel" swing which are great for team building activities.
Camp Henry Outdoor School
"Learning to appreciate God's creation simply". Wilderness expedition trips for middle and high school age youth including backpacking, whitewater rafting and rock climbing. CHOS provides participants with the equipment, instruction, and experience to have the most safe, fun, and rewarding experience possible.
A challenging and fun network of trails which passes through various ecosystems giving hikers a chance to learn about a wide variety of plant, animal, and insect species. The payoff is one of the most beautiful views of Lake Logan, the west fork of the Pigeon river, and the Balsam mountain range.