LOGAN - Stories of the American West
Surrounded by pastoral Cache Valley, Logan is a university and agricultural center.
American West Heritage Center - Experience 100 years of American West history at this living historical site. Festival of the American West is held late July highlighting the Native American, mountain man and pioneer heritage.
Utah Festival Opera - Every summer from mid-July to early-August is the Utah Festival Opera, a professional opera performed in a historic playhouse.
Hardware Ranch Elk Refuge - See more than 600 Rocky Mountain elk in their winter range from a narrated sleigh ride and enjoy lunch or dinner at the ranch.
Haviland's Old West Adventures - Enjoy a cowboy cookout and western entertainment. Located in Wellsville Canyon across the street from the Sherwood Hills resort.
Logan Canyon Scenic Byway U.S. 89 - This popular route takes you 40 miles through spectacular Logan Canyon and on to turquoise-colored Bear Lake.
Willow Park Zoo - Home to more than 600 animals, including elk, deer, black bear and wolves - in Logan.
Beaver Mountain Ski Resort - located 27 miles northeast of Logan on U.S. 89.
Bear Lake - Often called the "Caribbean of the Rockies," Bear Lake offers fishing, sailing, scuba diving, and a host of beach activities.
Cache Valley Cruise-In - Major hot rod and vintage car event every year held over the 4th of July holiday weekend. In early August, head up the road to Bear Lake for the annual Raspberry Days Festival then to the Pickleville Playhouse in Laketown for a rip-roaring melodrama.
Logan, UT - Destination City - 15 properties
*The Coppermill - Featuring a variety of menu items including steaks, prime rib, seafood, and local specialties - on Main Street in Logan.
*The Bluebird - This historic restaurant features an authentic marble soda fountain and small town charm - on Main Street in Logan.
The Grapevine - Features seafood, game and specialty desserts - in Logan.
*Angie's Restaurant - Known for excellent breakfast meals (scones and omelets) - on Main Street in Logan.
Open daily for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
Major national restaurant and fast food chains available throughout the area.
Destination - Ogden - From Logan, proceed south on U.S. 89/91 to I-15. Continue south on I-15 to Ogden, Utah. Distance 43 miles - 1 hour drive time.
Destination - Vernal - Flaming Gorge area - From Logan, proceed north on U.S. 89 to state Route 30. Continue south on state Route 30 to state route 16. Proceed south on state Route 16 to Wyoming 89 and continue to I-80. (Utah Route 16 becomes Wyoming 89.) Proceed east on I-80 to the Fort Bridger cutoff. Proceed on Wyoming 414 south to Utah state Route 43 and continue to Utah state Route 44. (Wyoming 414 turns into Utah 43.) Proceed south on state Route 44 to U.S. 191 then south on U.S. 191 to Vernal, Utah. Distance: 303 miles - 6 1/2 hours drive time.
Destination - Yellowstone National Park - From Logan, proceed north on U. S. 89 to Yellowstone Park. Distance: 245 miles - 5 hours drive time.
All information is subject to change without notice. 4/2001