Introduction to Logan, Utah
The city of Logan was founded by the Mormon settlers in 1859. The Logan Utah Temple, which was dedicated in 1884, is based in the city of Logan. The city was given its name after Ephraim Logan, an early fur trapper in the Cache Valley. It is commonly known as "College Town" as it houses the main campus of Utah State University.
Logan and nearby Attractions
- American West Heritage Center
- Golden Spike National Historic Site
- Logan Utah Temple
- Willow Park Zoo
- Ellen Eccles Theatre
- Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
Things To Do In Logan
The city of Logan offers numerous recreational activities and interesting places to visit. The Logan Utah Temple, based on the highest hill in the Cache Valley, offers an excellent view of the cityscape. Tourists interested in the local community history can visit the American West Heritage Center. The Willow Park Zoo is a good family outing destination, especially for children. In addition, the city hosts several festivals such as Cache County Fair and Summerfest Arts Faire.
Air transportation is available from Salt Lake City International Airport.
Logan Higher Education
The Utah State University is in the city of Logan. Higher educational opportunities are also available at the Weber State University, and the University of Utah.