Escape to Logan, Utah, a year-round wonderland for adventurers and families of all ages. From award-winning arts to hands-on Western heritage and endless outdoor activities, we’ve got it all Just off the beaten path, we’re located an easy 90-minute drive north of Salt Lake City. During the winter months there are plenty of exciting things to do, like take a sleigh ride through a herd of hundreds of elk at Hardware Ranch Elk Refuge, or hit the slopes at Beaver Mountain Ski Resort, the longest running family-owned ski resort in the nation. At Beaver Creek Lodge you can walk straight out of your cozy room and jump on a snowmobile. Whether you bring your own gear or rent it here, you can enjoy more than 300 miles of groomed trails in some of the best snowmobiling in the United States.

Experience 160 acres of hands-on living history at the American West Heritage Center. This site features Shoshone Indians, mountain men, pioneers, and turn-of-the-century farming. Take a wagon or pony ride, throw hatchets, make arts and crafts, and listen to stories, music and more. You’ll be treated to festivals, pancake breakfasts, hiking, biking, golfing (on beautiful courses with astoundingly affordable greens fees), shopping and everything in-between.

When the weather warms up visitors can experience the beauty of springtime and a summer loaded with activity. Our arts scene is smoking hot with repertory theatre performances starting in June, free concerts at the historic Tabernacle Monday through Friday all summer and a spectacular fireworks show and concert July 3. The award-winning Utah Festival Opera and Musical Theatre opens July 9-August 9. More than 300 performers straight from New York and major stages across the country will present Les Misérables, The Student Prince, Vanessa and Oklahoma along with concerts, backstage tours, breakfast with the stars and academy classes.

Logan is an ideal hub for day trips to Bear Lake, Golden Spike National Monument and Chesterfield Ghost Town. We’re located about 4 hours away from Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.

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