Attractions in Logan, UT
Amongst the other various things to do, Logan features several key attractions for both residents and visitors to keep themselves entertained. These, combined with the local and regional events, restaurants and shopping make Logan and the surrounding region an inviting place to live.
Sometimes getting there is half the fun. That’s certainly the case with the Cache Valley’s performance venues, which are as much of an attraction as the action on the stages. The area’s music and theater venues range from the historic to the newly opened, and cater to a wide range of audiences.
This road puts the “scene” in scenic. Logan Canyon National Scenic Byway is a feast for the eyes, and a destination for those who appreciate what Mother Nature has to offer. The byway parallels the Logan River though Logan Canyon, passing through forests, meadows, rock formations and panoramic views. There are towering mountains that grace both sides of the byway, and this winding 40-mile stretch of U.S. Hwy. 89 can be explored by car, bicycle or on foot. It runs from the city of Logan to Garden City, which sits on the shores of the stunning Bear Lake.
A group that started meeting the day after the 9/11 attacks continues to gather monthly. Cache Community Connections has a focus on maintaining a safe‚ healthy community that values diversity‚ yet recognizes the challenges it can bring.
The vibrant and welcoming black churches of Utah's Cache Valley are celebrated for their close ties, strength and openness, and the warm welcomes they extend to area newcomers as well as locals new to their congregations. The term "black church" is used to denote a style of worship more than a specific denomination. Whether Baptist, Methodist, Church of God in Christ or nondenominational Christian, thousands of worshippers take part in services in black churches across the Cache Valley each Sunday.