The American West Heritage Center is an outdoor museum of folk life and living history from 1820 - 1920. it is situated at the base of the majestic Wellsville Mountains and has striking views and scenery on its many acres. It specializes in hands-on, interactive activities for all ages on several different historical venues, including: 1. a 1917...more
Logan, Utah is the largest town in the lovely Cache Valley, an alpine valley nestled in the Wasatch Mountains. There are many things to do in Logan, but looking at the valley-wide activities is even more helpful.Cache Valley is a very arts-oriented community with theatres, a world-renowned summer Opera festival, and galleries, most of whose prices...more
Logan is a beautiful place - but if you are not a hiker or biker you will be bored our of your wits in the summer, after you see the few canyons and BEAR lake. there are numerous ATV trails - but hardly anyplace rents them and those that do charge you a ton - not to mention they don't take you to the trails so you need to rent a trailer too....more
Try Cache Valley's Famous Foods Tour. A behind the scene look at local products like: Cox Honey, a 4th generation bee keeping experience that will leave you buzzing for more. Bluebird Candy and Chocolate Company, made from scratch and hand dipped goodies that will make your mouth water and Aggie Ice Cream, Utah State University's master ice cream...more
Logan possesses a beautiful old Mormon Temple as Logan was an early important town in Utah. Planned in 1863, started in 1877, and dedicated in 1884, it was the second Utah temple planned after the Salt Lake City Temple (planned in 1847), the third on which construction started (after Salt Lake, started in 1853, and St. George, started in 1871), and...more
There is a pamphlet of hiking trails you can get at the national forest service at the beginning of the canyon. The trails are any where from easy to hard, because there are so many of them to go on. Visit the canyons. They are absolutely beautiful. Tony Grove Lake is a fun place where people like to camp and hike. Also Bear lake is great! In...more
Cafe Sabor is located in the old railway station. It's dated back 125 years and has since been converted into a restaurant. The atmosphere is great with indoor and patio dining and on occations, live performances. It's great for family, friend and business meals and can host large groups. The only downfall might be parking, but even then it's worth...more
The Coppermill is located in the center of town across from the historic Tabernacle. It's fun to get a table at a window so you can see out. It is located in The Emporium on the top floor. My husband and I go to this restaurant every time we go out . Mainly because I don't think I have tried anything I didn't absolutely love. The food is out of...more
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This club was bumpin, there were alot of college students there that knew how to dance, country swing and in the other room there was a whole lot of bumpin and grindin... sweet DJ's. pretty chill and laid back but small
Dress Code: no dress code
Driving is your best bet, however there is a small local airport. Logan is about 2 hours north of Salt Lake City
One of the best things about Logan is the FREE public transportation. There are busses that go just about everywhere in Logan every half hour every day except Sunday. The only drawback is that on Saturdays and in the Summer they're often filled with kids going to the mall.
Many of the citizens of Logan are of the LDS faith or "Mormons." The people are SUPER friendly and helpful. Some of the local shopping is closed on Sunday and you can not purchase alchol after midnight on Sat. and throughout Sun.
Logan is a small city in northeastern Utah. It's about 40 miles south of the Idaho border and about 100 miles west of the Wyoming border. It's population is about 45,000. It's home to Utah State University. The crime rate is very low and it's a very close knit community. It's nestled between the Wellsville mountains, which are the steepest in the US (they're the one's visible in the picture above) and the Wasatch mountains.
There is a wide variety of religions represented in Logan, however the vast majority of the people belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (or Mormon). There is a Latter Day Saint Temple in Logan, which is one of the focal points of the city. The picture to the left is of the Temple on my wedding day.