Introduction to North Logan, Utah
North Logan History
North Logan is a city that sprung up in the late 1880s. The original inhabitants of the area were Ralph Smith, Hyrum Maughan, and Julius Johnson. The city was initially named Greenville, but there was another places called Greenville in Utah. So to avoid confusion the name North Logan was adopted. The North Logan Ward was organized in 1891 and many other wards were organized in the following years.
North Logan and nearby Attractions
- Golden Spike National Historic Site
- Logan River Golf Course
- Elk Ridge
- American West Heritage Center
- Beaver Mountain
- Cache Valley Bible Church
Things To Do In North Logan
There are several places of interest located in and around the City of North Logan. Elk Ridge is a park with several recreational facilities where one can enjoy a day out. The American West Heritage Center is an interesting place to visit. Beaver Mountain offers excellent skiing opportunities. Tourists will also find the Golden Spike National Historic Site of significant interest.
North Logan Transportation
The Salt Lake City International Airport is the nearest major international airport.
North Logan Higher Education
Residents of North Logan avail higher education facilities through Utah State University, Weber State University, and Idaho State University.