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Logan is a beautiful city located in Cache County, Utah, United States of America. In present, Logan has an area of 17 square miles and a population of about 50,000 residents. The town of Logan was settled in 1859 by Mormons. They were sent by Brigham Young who wanted to know if a fort could be built on the Logan River. They founded a new community and named it for Ephraim Logan, a fur trapper that lived in the area. On January 17, 1866, Logan was incorporated and 20 years later, the community started building temples. Notable former or present residents of Logan include singer Michael Ballam, politician Charles Bullen, wrestler Rulon Gardner and poet May Swenson. If you plan to visit the city, take some time to see all its beautiful attractions.

Top Attractions within Logan

Logan Farmers' Market is one of the most important places in town. It is held since May and until October each year and it is considered to be one of the best Farmers' Markets in the United States. This is a tradition of more than 20 years in which residents sold each Sunday fresh fruits and vegetables and other products made in Logan.

Logan Canyon is a canyon located close to the city, in the Bear River Mountains. This attraction is very popular because it is used for summer and winter recreational activities. The most common are camping, hiking, fishing and rock climbing. In the winter, skiing is possible in the Beaver Mountain Resort.

Tony Grove Lake is located at approximately 19 miles of Logan, in the area of Mount Naomi Wilderness. This area of about 45,000 acres bears spectacular landscapes, making it one of the most visited attractions near Logan. The name of the lake comes from the wealthy residents of the town which lived in Logan in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

5 Things You Must Do in Logan

Logan is a Cache County city in Utah in the United States. Logan comprises more than 1,09,666 people in its metropolitan area. The Ogden and the Logan River bring are sources of ecstatic beauty. The Mormon settlers founded the city. The Logan Utah temple is a famous religious seat.

1. Pay a trip to the Willow Park at Logan:  Willow Park in South Logan is a hot tourist destination. It has a zoo that house more than 600 animal and is a perfect place that can bring mind-blowing fun and entertainment both to adults and children.

2.Spend sometime sporting at the Willow Valley: The Willow Valley at South Main Logan is best known for providing opportunities for hunting and fishing. Go sporty on the private ranches that are known for the adventure games.

3. Laze out by the Beaver Mountains in Logan: The Beaver Mountains are popular for skiing and snowboard resorts. It is one of the favorite spots of the tourists and really fits taste of various people.

4. Eat out at Kate's Kitchen: Known for its American cuisine, Kate's Kitchen has topped the popularity charts with time. So, if you are a food connoisseur, you will have to visit Logan.

5. Pay a trip to the Logan Utah Temple: Made of dark-colored limestone, the temple is quite compact in its texture, designed on the castellated pattern. The temple stands on a total basement area of 1, 19,619 square feet. The gardens and surrounding by mountains and these will certainly attract you and will impel you coming down this place for more.

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