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Top 10 Things To Do In Logan, Utah

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Rugged outback, natural wonders, daring outdoor activities, and sumptuous dining scenes make Utah a worthy contender on a list of places to visit in the US. Known as one of the great outdoor states, Utah has many beautiful landscapes, parks, and scenic views to explore. Several sand dunes, mountains, and diverse terrain await explorers who love these intriguing sights. Those who enjoy a good adventure will be sure to take up some hiking and climbing in some of these majestic spots. For those who are more laid-back about their excursions, there are plenty of restaurants, museums, monuments and scenic nature parks to visit instead. If you visit in the winter, there are ski resorts on hand just waiting for pleasure seekers to zip down their slopes. So enjoy this top list of things to do in Logan, Utah to find the next feat to embark on.

1. Enjoy animal antics at Willow Park Zootah

Posted by Zootah At Willow Park on Monday, 30 December 2019

Zootah at Willow Park is a highly rated attraction in Logan, Utah. It is also known for its quaint setting and animal enclosures fit for the whole family. Surrounded by trees, the zoo offers a relaxing space for children to enjoy viewing animals of all shapes and sizes. There are colorful birds like the blue-and-gold macaw and the bald eagle. Magnificent reindeers are a lovely sight to behold, particularly out of their natural snowscape habitat. Other animals include the black-ringed lemur, rock hyrax, royal ball python, and the caracal that can jump a surprising 10 feet into the air. People of all ages will enjoy this attraction as they learn about the behaviors of these intriguing animals.

Zootah at Willow Park

Address: 419 W 700 S Logan UT 84321

Website: Zootah at Willow Park

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 9am - 6pm (closed on Sun)

Price: Adults: 5 USD; Children (aged 2-11): 4 USD

2. Watch breathtaking performances at Lyric Repertory Theatre


Founded in 1967, Lyric Repertory Theatre has produced dramas, musicals, and comedies since its inception. A visit to this dramatic acting house will bring you performances from professional actors and artists who have studied the art of theatre from various universities throughout the United States. There are oftentimes special events such as meet-and-greets and movie musicals showcased as fundraisers for various causes — one of which is the Lyric Rep Endowment. Family, friends, and couples can enjoy a show at Lyric Repertory Theatre as there is an array of productions to fit the occasion.

Lyric Repertory Theatre

Address: 28 West Center, Logan, Utah 84321

Website: Lyric Repertory Theatre

Opening hours: Mon - Sat: 10am - 5pm (closed on Sun)

Price: Adults: 25 USD; Students/Youth: 15 USD

3. Brave the cold at the great Beaver Mountain


Sitting close to the Logan Canyons in Utah, Beaver Mountain is an idyllic ski location during winter months. Since its opening in 1939, Beaver Mountain has served as an outdoor hub for family gatherings with fun, food, and festivity. The beautiful snowcapped mountains look endearing — particularly on a quiet night as the moonlight shines down. In the daytime, feel the breeze whip through your hair as you speed toward the slope drop. For those who would like a longer stay, Beaver Mountain Yurt offers accommodation where you can sleep and have breakfast and a camp-out with the family.

Beaver Mountain

Address: 12400 East 12900 North Logan, UT 84028

Website: Beaver Mountain

Opening hours: 9am - 4pm (daily)

Price: 50 USD

4. Broaden your horizons at the Museum of Anthropology

Posted by Utah State University Museum of Anthropology on Wednesday, 20 March 2019

Though a relatively small museum, Museum of Anthropology has grown much since its humble beginnings in 1963. Gordon Keller, an archeologist and professor, started the first displays on his own in a basement hallway from relics found in the Great Basin. Since then, the collections have been expanded to include exhibits that have been digitized and updated. Some of these exhibitions include Textiles of Java, Chinese Road Camps, Death on the Nile and Ancient Peruvian Cultures. The museum hopes to create new exhibitions each year and to promote the understanding of different cultures to its visitors.

Museum of Anthropology

Address: 730 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322

Website: Museum of Anthropology

Opening hours: Tue - Fri: 10am - 4pm (closed Sat - Mon)

Price: Free

5. Indulge in American classics at Juniper Take Out & Restaurant

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Posted by Juniper Take Out & Restaurant on Monday, 13 November 2017

Juniper Take Out & Restaurant puts a spin on American classics using the finest ingredients for a superb taste. The restaurant uses signature recipes to create their own brownies, rolls, cheesecakes, and soups complete with a delicious house seasoning that adds the right zing of flavor. Menu items range from chicken sandwiches, turkey salad croissants to salads, sweet potato fries and tasty bites like corn nuggets and mozzarella cheese. Specialty desserts are included on the menu and if you’re feeling chilly, you can have a cup of hot cocoa.

Juniper Take Out & Restaurant

Address: 35 E 400 N, Logan, UT 84321, United States

Website: Juniper Take Out & Restaurant

Opening hours: Tue - Thu: 11am - 9.30pm; Fri - Sat: 11am - 10pm (closed on Sun & Mon)

6. Have an adventure on Logan River Trail

Logan River Trail
Source: Photo by user robmba used under CC BY 2.0

Stretching for 10 kilometers (6 miles), Logan River Trail is a long, scenic exploration of Utah’s rugged terrain and natural beauty. Nature lovers will be in awe of the views of the spectacular cliffs on either side of the trail. The beautiful forest canopy makes for splendid views of the native birds and other wildlife lurking amongst the trees. Have a relaxing walk as you stroll along the side of the lake or have a fun bike ride along the trail. You may need to stop and rest a few times on your trek, but during that time, take a moment to adore the wonders of the natural sights of Logan River Trail.

Logan River Trail

Address: Logan, UT 84321, USA

Opening hours: 24hrs

7. Soothe your soul at LDS Tabernacle

S.L. Tabernacle on Temple Square
Source: Photo by user Leon7 used under CC BY-SA 3.0

LDS Tabernacle is also known as the Mormon Tabernacle and is a behemoth spectacle located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The tabernacle was built in 1875 and is used to house large crowds for general conferences and meetings. The architecture of the tabernacle is likened to an architectural masterpiece though some had criticized its construction and stated that it resembles a “soup kettle”. It was also home to the Utah Symphony Orchestra and has superb acoustic qualities to promote the sound quality for the visiting congregants. It is also known as one of the most acoustically precise buildings in the world, and a tour guide demonstrates this by dropping various objects during a tour. On a current tour of the tabernacle, you are likely to experience weekly rehearsals and performances from over 86 musicians.

LDS Tabernacle

Address: 50 N West Temple, Salt Lake City, UT 84150

Website: LDS Tabernacle

Opening hours: 9am - 9pm (daily)

Price: Free

8. Savor mouth-watering meals at Hungry Howie's


For more than around 45 years, Hungry Howie’s is a pizza joint that has a unique twist on crusts. Offering eight different crust flavors with the likes of ranch, onion, and cajun, among others, its easy to see why they’re still around. The restaurant’s pizza dough is made fresh daily with premium toppings and is baked deep-dish or with thin-crust, depending on your choice. Other delectable choices include oven-baked sub-sandwiches, wings, rolls, and desserts.

Hungry Howie's

Address: 1475 Main St, Logan, UT 84341

Website: Hungry Howie’s

Opening hours: Mon - Thu: 11am - 12am; Fri - Sat: 11am - 1am; Sun: 11am - 10pm

9. Watch epic sporting events at Maverik Stadium

Merlin Olsen Field at Maverik Stadium
Source: Photo by user Swordsman1989 used under CC BY-SA 4.0

Maverik Stadium — also known as Merlin Olsen Field — was opened in 1968. It can seat around 25,000 people and stands at about 4,700 feet (1,432 meters) above sea level. The stadium features 24 luxury suites, loge boxes, club seats and concessions stands for optimal enjoyment. Various sporting activities are held at the stadium including basketball, cross-country, football, golf, tennis, and track and field. Championship events, luncheons, and coach shows are other activities you can also find being held at the stadium.

Maverik Stadium

Address: 1000 North 800 East Logan, Utah, U.S.

Website: Maverik Stadium

10. Enjoy a peaceful day at Logan Utah Temple

Logan Utah temple

Posted by Adrien Mason Peterson on Wednesday, 7 August 2019

With stunning old-world architecture, Logan Utah Temple appears to be from another era. Set on a sprawling green hill, the temple looks like a masterpiece of an artist. The temple services include ordinances such as confirmation, baptism, priesthood ordination for men, as well as an initiatory, endowment, and sealing process. Enjoy the serenity of Logan Utah Temple as you sit in for a service or enjoy the lush greenery around the temple.

Logan Utah Temple

Address: 175 N 300 E Logan UT 84321-4720

Website: Logan Utah Temple

Things to do in Logan, Utah

Top things to do in Logan, Utah
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Whether you’re visiting Utah for a day or a week, these fabulous places are a must-see and something you must definitely go back to. Make it a trip that you will never forget and pull out all the stops as you venture out in Logan, Utah.

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Meika used to be a Life Skills Trainer before she started writing full-time. Loving to read, her face is mostly buried in books. She enjoys traveling and learning about new cultures, and when...Read more

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