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Lake Logan is home to Camp Henry and a 300-acre retreat in North Carolina's Blue Ridge mountains. Groups of all sizes enjoy comfortable lodging, delicious dining, recreation and hiking, and the serene, pristine beauty of God's bountiful creation.


Celebrate the Saints Among Us

The history of Lake Logan Episcopal Center begins in the early part of the 20th century in two parts.  Part one begins in the early 1930s, when “logging operations” of the Champion Lumber Mill at Sunburst, NC had clear cut all the timber on the surrounding mountains, the saw mill had been sent to another location and Sunburst, the company town in the valley, was essentially deserted. The President of the company, Reuben Robertson, convinced his Board that if the valley were dammed and a lake formed there, it would assure a reserve water source for paper operations at Champion's paper mill in Canton downstream. So the town was disassembled, the dam was built and the water from the Pigeon River was impounded to form Lake Logan, named for Mr. Robertson's brother-in-law, Logan Thomson.

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Lake Logan Episcopal Center
154 Suncrest Mill Road
Canton, NC 28716
Phone: 828-646-0095
Fax: 828-648-8937

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