Explore Logan, Utah

A Classic Slice of Americana

Make your escape to Logan, Utah, on the Yellowstone Loop. It’s a peaceful place just 90 minutes north of Salt Lake City where you can experience great theatre and the great outdoors all within a 10-minute drive. Logan offers affordable fun to adventurers of all ages.

Our vibrant summer arts scene is in full swing in June with free concerts Monday through Friday at the historic Tabernacle, and the Lyric Repertory Theatre celebrates its 50th season with The Foreigner, Big River, Wait Until Dark and the Complete Works of William Shakespeare, Abridged. June 23–August 9, 150 performers from America’s greatest stages unite to present Seussical, Rex, The Music Man, Madama Butterfly, Pirates of Penzance and Hunchback of Notre Dam in Logan’s stunning 1923 Ellen Eccles Theatre. Backstage tours, concerts, academy workshops, breakfasts with the stars and more are part of Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre’s exciting 25th season.

Mountain bike, canoe, fish, bird watch, hike, horseback ride and rock climb in the national forest, just a few minutes from downtown. Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway boasts 43 miles of uncrowded scenery with dramatic limestone cliffs, wildflowers and the Logan River.

Step back in time at the American West Heritage Center, a 160-acre living history museum. Experience the Old West as you interact with costumed guides who encourage you to participate in hands-on activities with mountain men, turn-of-the-century farmers and pioneers.

Logan is a classic slice of Americana. Home to Utah State University, art galleries, specialty shops, and affordable restaurants and hotels. Explore Logan, Utah. We’re a few degrees cooler.

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