Address: Camp Colby Road
Old Address: Northwest Bay Road
Other names: Camp Colby, Lake Colby Environmental Education Camp and Conference Center
Year built: c. 1928. Another source says that land for the camp was purchased in 1911; the camp may have been built as early as 1916.
Other information: A Great Camp built for theatrical agent William Morris on 110 acres on Lake Colby. There are seven contributing outbuildings. A two-story cure porch is attached at the front southeast corner.
The basement is a single room, sixty-five feet long, reached by a circular stone and concrete staircase with wrought-iron posts and a chain railing. The walls are of stone boulders, with stone arches over the windows. A massive stone chimney with built-in shelves and a lighted waterfall in its base dominates the room. A there is also a corner stone fireplace, and carved stone heads decorate the walls.
Henry Fleury was caretaker at the camp for twelve years, and continued into the "Camp Colby" years.