Lake Logan offers several unique camping options.  

Each site* has a campfire area, picnic table, and access to a toilet and water for cooking (short walk). Unless otherwise noted in the description, each campsite rental allows up to four (4) people*, two (2) tents, and two (2) standard vehicles and lake / hiking trails access during your stay. Boat rental is included with your camping fee. For an additional fee, you may increase the capacity for your campsite.

*The paddle-in site does not have a picnic table or access to fresh water/toilet.

We also offer a camping dinner menu if you want to forego some of the campfire cooking. Call 828.646.0095 ext 2 or email for details.

 2021 Camping Fees

Children under the age of 12 do not count in your total person count. Rates are subject to change, and Lake Logan reserves the right to increase prices or have a minimum number of nights for special events and during peak seasons. Please call to confirm applicable rates

Campsite Rental Fee

$45 per night, 2-night minimum

Each additional person (over 4)

$5 per night

Each additional tent (over 2)          

$10 per night

Each additional vehicle (over 2)

$10 per night

Firewood and starter

$10 per night (must pre-purchase)

Discount for Season Members

10% off of campsite rental fee only

Boat rental     

Included

Fishing

$25 per person per day (waived for level 2 and 3 season members)

Guests – even those with a season membership – must make reservations in advance. Call 828.646.0095 or email info@lakelogan.org Monday-Friday between 9 AM and 5 PM to check availability. Do not call on the weekend to make reservations for that same weekend as our office will not be open.

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2021 Camping Policies and Information

PAYMENTS AND DEPOSITS

We accept check, cash, and Visa/MasterCard/Discover. Please add a 3% service fee for credit card payments.

If your total camping reservation is less than $1000, LLCC requires nonrefundable payment in full with your signed contract. Your site will not be held without payment and a signed agreement. If your total bill exceeds $1000, please discuss payment options with us.

CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS

A 50% refund will be issued for camping reservations cancelled with 30 days’ notice. Cancellations made with less than 30 days’ notice will receive no refund.

INSURANCE, LIABILITY, & DAMAGE

Campers agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless LLCC and the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina against any and all claims arising out of the use of LLCC. Your group assumes financial responsibility for any loss, damage, or destruction to LLCC property or equipment. Charges for excessive cleanup or damage to property will be assessed to the Organization, and a damage deposit may be required at the discretion of the Executive Director.  Each guest in your party must sign a release of liability form prior to or on arrival.

All activities are at your own risk.

 

CAMPSITES

Each site has a campfire area, picnic table, and access to a toilet and water for cooking (short walk). All camping equipment and vehicles (if applicable) must be on the campsite and not spread out in the woods.  We are currently updating campsite descriptions for 2021.

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

Check in begins at 2 PM. You may arrive early to enjoy the property, but do not set up camp before check in time. Check out is by Noon. You may continue to enjoy the property until sunset.

GROUP LEADER
Adult supervision is required. Campsites will not be rented to parties under the age of 18.

PETS
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Owners must keep control of their dogs at all times. Lake Logan reserves the right to revoke dog privileges at any time. Please note, we have several friendly animals (dogs, cats, and chickens) who live full-time on the property. If your dog does not play well with others, please leave at home. Pets must be on a leash or crated at all times. Pets may not be left unattended. Clean up after your pet.

PARKING AND DRIVING
You may have two standard vehicles at your campsite’s parking area unless otherwise noted in your campsite description. Some sites do not allow vehicles to be parked directly at the site; be sure to read your site description carefully. Additional vehicles will be charged a fee and must be parked by the tennis courts. All vehicles need a valid parking pass kept on the front dashboard. Speed limit on the property is 9.5 miles per hour.

Failure to follow parking restrictions may result in a fine of $100 (or more if damage is done).

RVs
Boon-docking for small RVs (no larger than 20 feet) and pop-ups are allowed only in certain sites (see campsite descriptions) and only with prior notice to LLCC. There are no hookups and no dumping. Generators may be used for up to three hours per day between 8 AM and 6 PM. Failure to comply with these policies will result in immediate removal from the premises with no refund.

CAMPFIRES
Campfires are permitted only in existing fire pits. You may bring locally purchased/sourced firewood, or we can provide firewood for a fee. Please reserve firewood in advance if you would like to purchase from us. Removal of any tree, branch, or vegetation (live or dead) is prohibited. “Dead and Down” wood may be used for firewood.

BATHROOMS
On-site showers are not available. Each camping area is assigned a specific bathroom. Please do not bathe in bathroom sinks.

RECREATION FACILITIES / PUBLIC AREAS
Your camping fee includes use of the waterfront for swimming, hiking trails, and outdoor games (gaga ball, tetherball, etc). Exception: during Camp Henry, the lake is not available for guest use during their swim time – typically June and July from 2-4 PM, but this time is subject to change, and the field / stage / gaga area is not available. Changes will be communicated at check-in.

Fishing requires an extra fee unless you are a level 2 or 3 season member.

All guests are invited to enjoy the porch at Johnson Dining Hall for informal rest and relaxation. Please do not hang out inside the dining hall. The game room at Boojum’s Cave may be open at certain times of year. Inquire upon check-in.

Do not enter other buildings (other than your assigned bathroom if applicable and Johnson Dining Hall for bathrooms or food pick-up).

Notice will be provided at check-in if a public area is reserved for a private function.

FISHING
Fishing requires an additional fee unless you are level 2 or 3 season member. Fishing is by catch and release only, single hook, no live bait. NC fishing license is required. Fishing is permitted from the shore and dock at the Boat House, from the stream, or from a Lake Logan canoe or jonboat (boat rental fees apply).

BOATING
Boat rental is included with your reservation fees. No outside boats are allowed. A PFD must always be worn by occupants of a boat. The rescue boat is off-limits to guests. It says “STAFF.” Don’t drag boats to the water. They need to be picked up and carried. Don’t boat under the bridge onto the river. Put everything back in its place – hang jackets, paddles in their labeled location, boats upside down, etc.

SWIMMING
Swim only in marked swimming area. Adult supervision required for children and youth under age 16.

BICYCLES
Bicycles are allowed on trails and roads.

FOOD PREPARATION / WASHING DISHES
Prepare food and wash dishes at campsites only, not in bathrooms, river, or lake.

Picnic/ boxed meals can be provided if you order in advance and can be picked up at Johnson Dining Hall at 8 AM, Noon, and 6 PM.

WATER
Water jugs may be filled at the water filling location closest to your site.

TRASH
Do not litter. Please recycle clean plastic, glass, aluminum, and cardboard. Please clean up your campsite upon departure, making sure all trash is in the bins provided. Excessive trash left behind will result in a fee of $25.

SMOKING
For the health of all our guests, all buildings and the waterfront area are smoke-free and tobacco-free. This includes e-cigarettes and vaping. Please smoke only in designated areas outside and away from building entrances and other guests and dispose of your cigarette butts in appropriate locations.

ALCOHOL
Guests are welcome to enjoy beer and wine at their campsites. Guests should drink responsibly and assure that only those of legal age consume alcoholic beverages. Open containers are not permitted on the grounds or by the waterfront. Consumption of alcohol while boating or swimming is not permitted. Do not litter.

WEAPONS AND FIREWORKS
Weapons and fireworks are not allowed.

FIRST AID AND MEDICAL EMERGENCIES
Each group is encouraged to have an adult present who is Red Cross (or a similarly recognized provider) certified to provide CPR and First-Aid emergency care. Group leaders should have available the following information on all participants: names and addresses; emergency contact information; special health conditions and concerns, including known allergies or other restrictions. For minors, signed “permission to treat in an emergency” forms should also be gathered.

LAKE LOGAN PROPERTY
All Lake Logan property is to remain in its proper location. Do not move picnic tables, trash cans, recreation equipment, rocking chairs, etc. from their locations. 

QUIET HOURS
Quiet hours from 10 PM until 7 AM.

PHOTOGRAPHY
The photographs or likenesses of guests of LLCC may be used for publicity or other purposes without compensation or other consideration. Guests may request in writing that their photographs or likenesses not be used in this fashion.

LOST AND FOUND
LLCC cannot be held responsible for any items left behind by guests but will attempt to keep such items in safekeeping for a one week before donating to charity. Please call the office as soon as possible if you discover that you have left something behind.

VISITORS
All visitors must reserve and pay for a day pass and check in at the office. Passes should be displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle. All visitors must leave by sundown.

RIGHT TO REMOVE PERSONS
LLCC reserves the right to remove any persons from the facilities or premises who, in sole discretion of LLCC staff, are unauthorized or who are creating a disturbance, or who are jeopardizing the health, safety, and/or welfare of our guests, staff, or property.

RATES
LLCC reserves the right to change rates at any time. Notice of any rate change will be given whenever change is deemed necessary.

WI-FI
Wireless internet is available for your convenience in the Main Lodge lobby and at the Dining Hall. Sometimes the field may have internet as well. Due to our mountain location, we cannot guarantee the quality of Wi-Fi service.

EMERGENCIES
Emergency telephones are located at Main Lodge, the Boat House, and Johnson Dining Hall. Dial “9” to get out. You are welcome to use these phones for non-emergency reasons, but please keep the length of your conversation to a minimum so the phone can be available for other guests as well. In case of emergency, please call 911. 

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Campsite Descriptions

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C1, C2, AND C3: Sunburst Field – Coming in Spring 2021

You may not park on these sites.

Max # of tents each: 4 small to medium or 2 large

This campsite is tucked in the woods behind Sunburst Field, with easy access to Gazebo Trail and plenty of trees for hanging your hammocks. The field provides a great place for kids to play in easy view. There is a parking area very closeby on the road that leads to Gazebo Trail. If you purchase passes for more than two vehicles, additional vehicles must be parked at the game courts. Have a larger group? Rent two or three campsites at Sunburst Field. The bath house across from the Boat House (about 100 yards or so from these campsites) serves this spot for fresh water and bathrooms.

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C4, C5, AND C6: Suncrest Mill– Coming in Spring 2021

You may not park on these sites.

Max # of tent each: 4 small to medium or 2 large

Located in the tree canopy lakeside on Suncrest Mill Road, these sites provide a beautiful view. Toilet access is a port-o-potty conveniently located across the road. Fresh water is available at the spigot in the Sit ‘n’ Whittle parking area. There is a parking area just across the road. If you purchase passes for more than two vehicles, additional vehicles must be parked at the game courts. Have a larger group? Rent two or three of these sites.

C7: Paddle-in Site

Cars not allowed to pull up to this site.

Max # of tents: 2 small or 1 medium

For the true outdoor adventurer! The Paddle-in Site is located just a canoe ride away on the west side of the lake. Clearing is rather small, so we recommend no more than two to four people (including children) at this site. Leave your vehicle at game courts after you’ve dropped your supplies at the boat house. One canoe is included in your site rental, and you must take everything in and out with you (including water and wood going in and trash going out). Please remember to leave no trace. The site is marked so you can see where to dock your ride and is not accessible by foot or vehicle.

C8: Lily Pond

Max # of tents: 4

Cars not allowed to pull up to this site.

Blackout dates: June and July for Camp Henry

Tucked in a corner of the field with the lily pond and woods as your backdrop and the field as your playground. You can find a spot or two to hang your hammock. Park by the game courts. Bathrooms are the port-o-potty near the game courts in the field and bathrooms a Boojum’s Cave. Fresh water is available at the spigot near the stage and at the spigot in front of Retreat House.

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C9: Upper Field

Max # of tents: 10

Blackout dates: June and July for Camp Henry

This site is located between the trees at the end of the field near the cross with lots of room to run around and great views of the night sky. Two vehicles may be parked at this site. Additional vehicles should be parked near the game courts. Bathrooms are the port-o-potty near the game courts in the field and bathrooms at Boojum’s Cave. Fresh water is available at the spigot near the stage and at the spigot in front of Retreat House.

One RV no larger than 20 feet may fit at this site. There are no hook-ups and no dumpsites. Generator is allowed for up to three hours between 7 AM and 6 PM. Please let us know if you will have an RV.

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C10: Upper Field

Max # of tents: 1 large tent or 1 small RV/pop-up

Blackout dates: June and July for Camp Henry

This private site is located in a small grove of trees at the upper end of the field across from the river. We recommend a pop-up camper or small RV at this site as poison ivy/oak tend to grow in this area. The location is convenient for field play and river fishing. (Remember that a fishing pass must be purchased.) Two vehicles may be parked at this site. Additional vehicles should be parked near the game courts. Bathrooms are the port-o-potty near the game courts in the field and bathrooms at Boojum’s Cave. Fresh water is available at the spigot near the stage and at the spigot in front of Retreat House.

 

One RV no larger than 20 feet may fit at this site. There are no hook-ups and no dumpsites. Generator is allowed for up to three hours between 7 AM and 6 PM. Please let us know if you will have an RV.

C11: River

Max # of tents: 8

Blackout dates: June and July for Camp Henry

Large area beside the West Fork of the Pigeon River with enough room for multiple tents, this is a great option if you plan on purchasing passes for extra tent sites and camper passes. The field is your playground, and you can easily supervise children playing in the field while you sit by the campfire. This site also has easy access to fishing. (Remember that a fishing pass must be purchased separately.)  Two cars may be parked at this site. Additional cars must be parked at the game courts. Bathrooms are the port-o-potty near the game courts in the field and bathrooms at Boojum’s Cave. Fresh water is available at the spigot near the stage and at the spigot in front of Retreat House.

One RV no larger than 20 feet may fit at this site. There are no hook-ups and no dumpsites. Generator is allowed for up to three hours between 7 AM and 6 PM. Please let us know if you will have an RV.

C12: River

Max # of tents: 2 small to medium / 1 large

Blackout dates: June and July for Camp Henry

Cozy hidden site beside the West Fork of the Pigeon River, this spot is a trout fisherman’s dream. (Remember that a fishing pass must be purchased separately.) The field is easily accessible but not totally visible from this site. Two cars may be parked very close to the site. Additional cars must be parked at the game courts. Bathrooms are the port-o-potty near the game courts in the field and bathrooms at Boojum’s Cave. Fresh water is available at the spigot near the stage and at the spigot in front of Retreat House.