Outdoor enthusiasts can participate in a vast range of activities on the District. In the summer, activities include hiking, camping, rock climbing, mountain biking, horseback riding, canoeing, kayaking, OHV riding as well as long time traditions such as hunting and fishing. The onset of winter doesn't slow down the action. Once the ground is blanked with a thick layer of snow, visitors can snowmobile, cross country ski or snow shoe across the District's infamous powder.
At a Glance
Logan Ranger District
1500 East Hwy 89
Logan, UT 84321
Mon-Fri: 8:00am - 4:30pm
Cache Valley Tourism & Visitor Center (435) 755-1890
is located inside the Historic Cache County Courthouse on the corner of 200 North and Main. Office hours are 8:00am - 5:00pm, Monday - Friday, closed Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Check out their website at www.tourcachevalley.com
Stokes Nature Center (435) 755-3239 is located in Logan Canyon, east of Logan, Utah on Hwy 89. Office hours are Wednesday-Friday from 10:00am - 4:00pm. Admission is free. For more information on upcoming programs and activities, visit www.logannature.org.
The National Recreation Reservation Service takes reservations for most campgrounds up to 240 days in advance at 1-877-444-6777 or on the internet at www.recreation.gov. These sites can be reserved no less than 5 days in advance.
We will not be issuing any personal use firewood permits this year.
The cave is gated and closed. The cave was closed to the public on Oct. 1, 1997 to ensure the viability of a rare and special biological community of Townsend's Big-Eared Bats that is located in Logan Cave. The bats are particularly vulnerable to human disturbance during their periods of mating, hibernation, and maternity colony, which runs from October to August each year. The Big-Eared Bat is listed as a sensitive species by both the Forest Service and Utah Division of Wildlife Resources. To aid with protecting this species during their vulnerable period, it is prohibited to go into or within 250 feet of the mouth of Logan Cave.