Logan Utah

Logan-CacheValley is Utah’s hidden treasure. It’s a land of dairy farms, small towns, stunning mountains, modest cities, friendly people, higher education and internationally renowned live arts performances.

Come discover your own adventure. There’s so much to do. Our majestic mountains provide outstanding all-season outdoor recreation. Utah State University generates intellectual stimulus and the fervor of major college athletics. The American West Heritage Center lets you literally step back in time in 160 acres of living history. The stage of the Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre glows with world-class performances. There are numerous dining, lodging and shopping offerings. Drive Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway through dramatic limestone cliffs and forested canopies to the breathtaking turquoise waters of Bear Lake.

Logan is home to great examples of early Mormon pioneer architecture, including the Temple and Tabernacle, historic courthouse and Old Main building on the campus of Utah State University. Stop by the Visitors Bureau in the 1882 courthouse for info on a self-guided walking tour of historic downtown Logan, heritage driving tour, historic homes, heritage food tour, museums, and more.

The qualities of the Valley are at the same time unique and familiar, natural and exceptional.

Visitor Information

Cache Valley Visitors Bureau
199 N Main St. Logan, UT

(435) 755-1890

Wind Caves Wind Caves, Logan, UT
Minnetonka Cave Minnetonka Cave
Tony Grove Lake Tony Grove Lake
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Cache Museum Daughters of Utah Pioneers Cache Museum
Bear Lake State Park Bear Lake State Park
Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge Bear Lake National Wildlife Refuge
Hyrum State Park Hyrum State Park
Utah State University Utah State University
Logan Temple Logan Temple
Hardware Ranch Trail Hardware Ranch Trail
Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
Logan Canyon Scenic Byway Logan Canyon Scenic Byway