Logan is a beautiful place. The great outdoors surrounds you, but there's plenty to see in town, too. Check out some of our favorite fun things to do in Logan, UT.
Our mission at the zoo is to affect positive change in people's lives, one animal at a time. We do this through education, animal interaction, and conservation efforts. Our Zoo is the perfect place to spend a slow hour or two just observing and learning about the animals we share earth with.
Elk Ridge Park is North Logan City’s largest park and is home to the Pumpkin Walk. This park includes many amenities and spaces for people of all ages to enjoy. Dogs are allowed in the park if they are on a leash and you must clean up after them. Dogs are not allowed on the AstroTurf Fields.
Amenities include: Playground, Toddler Playground, Splash Pad, Walking Paths, Tennis Court, Pavilions, the Lions Building, Volleyball Pits, Baseball Fields, Softball Field, Multi-Use Fields, AstroTurf Fields, Restrooms, and Drinking Fountains.
The American West Heritage Center sits at the foot of the majestic Wellsville Mountains on U. S. Highway 89/91 in Utah’s magnificent Cache Valley, the most scenic route to Jackson Hole, WY and Yellowstone National Park, and just 70 miles north of Salt Lake City.
Our mission is to create an educational & entertaining environment that inspires our patrons to learn, live, and celebrate the American West Heritage by exploring the diverse cultures that shaped the Cache Valley and surrounding region from 1820 to 1920.
The Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art is an accredited academic art museum focused on modern and contemporary art at Utah State University in Logan, Utah. NEHMA was founded in 1982 with the ceramic collection of philanthropist and namesake Nora Eccles Harrison. The museum has since expanded to include over 5,500 objects focused on modernist and contemporary works created in the western region of the United States.