Check out this great little booklet we found recently - “Boojum of the Balsams.”
Traditional summer camp allows for a freedom kids today rarely experience. At camp, children get to be creative, take risks, and explore new activities and ideas in an environment of safety and controlled chaos. They are also required to disconnect from devices so they can connect with people, nature, and - in the case of a faith-based camp like Camp Henry - God. There are no friends like camp friends.
People ask us all the time what kind of fish they can catch at Lake Logan. Thanks to Matt Rhea, who teaches in the Fish and Wildlife Management Technology Department at Haywood Community College and worked with students at Lake Logan to complete a survey, we can tell you what you might find on the other end of a fishing pole.