Escape to quiet Cache Valley and discover your own adventure in Logan. Endless outdoor adventures, hands-on heritage experiences for the whole family, self-guided Foodie Trek and Signature Products tour and fantastic performing and fine arts. It’s affordable and unforgettable.

 

Take a Bite

Logan has an array of unique locally owned restaurants, and you’ll also appreciate the self-guided Foodie Trek and Signature Products Tour. Sink your teeth into our famous cheese, ice cream, Caffe Ibis coffee, Pepperidge Farm cookies, Cox Honey, Lower Mears, Bluebird hand-dipped chocolates and more. Other unique products include handmade Spirit Goat soaps and lotions, pajamas and socks.

Nature Calls

Explore Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway where you can hike, picnic, mountain bike, canoe, fish, bird watch, horseback ride and rock climb. The forest is only a 5-minute drive from downtown. The 43-mile canyon features dramatic limestone cliffs and beautiful forests on the way to the breathtaking turquoise waters of Bear Lake. It’s a photographers dream.

Step Back in Time

The American West Heritage Center is a 160-acre outdoor history experience where you can capture the Old West with mountain men, farmers and pioneers. Watch the blacksmith at work, take a wagon or pony ride, throw hatchets, see the bison, make crafts, pan for gold and more.

Hit a High Note

Each summer Logan becomes Utah’s Heart of the Arts with three historic live-performance theaters in one block. Ticket prices are unbelievably affordable, the scenery and costumes are spectacular and the performances are brilliant. Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre opens July 6-August 8th. Performers straight from New York and Broadway present famed works. The 1913 Caine Lyric Theatre is home to the Old Lyric Rep and the newly restored 1924 Utah Theatre hosts classic movies and black and white films accompanied by a million-dollar Mighty Wurlitzer organ.

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