Introduction to Logan, New Jersey
Logan was first settled in 1820. In 1877, it was incorporated by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature. The township was formed from portions of Woolwich Township. It was named Logan Township in honor of a Union Army General, John Alexander "Black Jack" Logan.
Logan and nearby Attractions
- Adventure Aquarium
- Elmwood Park Zoo
- Camden Children's Garden
- Atwater Kent Museum
- Brandywine Creek State Park
- Longwood Gardens
Things To Do In Logan
Local museums include the Rockwood Mansion Park, the Church Landing Farmhouse Museum, and the American Swedish Historical Museum. Local parks include the Fort Mott State Park, the Independence National Historical Park, Bellevue State Park, and Ridley Creek State Park.
Air transportation is available from Atlantic City International Airport.
Logan Higher Education
Penn State Delaware County, Swarthmore College, Neumann College, and Widener University are all located near Logan.