Camp Henry

Camp Henry offers every participant an experience of the Living God
in an environment of unconditional love, imagination, and engagement.


Camp Henry is a ministry of the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina and located in Haywood County at Lake Logan, just 40 minutes west of Asheville. Our 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.

While we are rooted in the Episcopal faith, ALL are welcome! And when we say ALL, we mean that regardless of color, belief, gender identity, and sexual orientation, all are loved and safe at Camp Henry. 

Traditional Camp Sessions 

Campers finishing 2nd grade through high school participate in creative, engaging, and diverse programs based on scripture, liturgy, environmental education, and conservation designed by clergy and staff. 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.

Most sessions run from Sunday to Friday afternoon, with a half-week session offered for our youngest campers. Campers may choose to “bridge” from one session to another for a longer camp experience. This experience can be added during registration.

Family Camp Sessions

Families enjoy an overnight experience of relaxation and fun, while our staff takes care of the rest. Like a family vacation, but you don’t have do any of the work! Enjoy scheduled waterfront time, games, campfires, and more. You’re sure to leave with some wonderful memories and a new family tradition!

This session is a great way to familiarize your young campers with Camp Henry and the overnight camp experience. 

Camp Henry Outdoor School (CHOS) Sessions

CHOS focuses on learning, living, traveling, and experiencing God’s majesty  in a backcountry setting.  Participants will learn through hands-on experience planning routes, food rationing, map reading, Leave-No-Trace ethics, and expedition management. Using lightweight equipment and backpacking skills, you will experience the incredible Smoky Mountains that create the scenic backdrop for Camp Henry. 

Sessions are available for middle and high schoolers and are usually one week, with an extended “CHOS Amplified” version available even more adventure.

Leadership, Adventure, and Mission Program (LAMP) Sessions

LAMP is a twelve day session for 10th-12th graders, with the option to sign up for a free extra week of LAMP + after completing a full LAMP session during the same summer.  LAMPers develop leadership skills, engage with the community through service, and go on exciting adventures, like whitewater rafting. LAMP is meant to help high schoolers discern whether they would like to one day apply for Camp Henry staff, while still allowing them an action packed camp experience! Participating in LAMP does not guarantee selection for staff in future summers.

Camp Henry is accredited by the American Camp Association, which means that we voluntarily undergo a thorough review of our operation — from staff qualifications and training to emergency management. ACA collaborates with experts from the American Academy of Pediatrics, the American Red Cross, and other youth-serving agencies to assure that accredited camps reflect the most up-to-date, research-based standards in camp operation.