Logan, Utah, is a treasure trove of outdoor adventures, hands-on heritage experiences, and performing and fine arts waiting to be discovered by you and your family.
You can mountain bike, canoe, fly fish, bird watch, hike, rock climb, ski, snowshoe, and snowmobile in the Wasatch Cache National Forest, just a five-minute drive from downtown Logan. During winter months, take a sleigh ride through a herd of 600 elk at Hardware Ranch.
Stop in at the American West Heritage Center, a 160-acre living-history museum where you can experience firsthand the history of the Old West.
Depending on the day, you’ll visit with Native Americans, mountain men, farmers, and pioneers. They’ll keep you busy living life like they did through games, activities, crafts, and food, music, wagon rides, and more. For a true taste of the area you’ll enjoy the Cache Valley Food Tour where you can sample famous foods made here including cheeses, chocolates, coffee, cookies, honey, fruit, ice creams, and pastries.
The city of Logan boasts Utah State University, a dozen art galleries, specialty shops, great examples of early Mormon pioneer architecture, and the stunning 1923 Ellen Eccles Theatre, home of the renowned Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre Company and other nationally touring productions. Drive through dramatic mile-high limestone cliffs along the Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway, a 45-minute road trip through forested canopies along the winding Logan River to the turquoise waters of Bear Lake. Come discover your own adventure in Logan, the most scenic stop between Yellowstone, the Tetons, and Salt Lake City.