Logan is the home of USU’s first campus and has frequently been listed as one of the best college towns in the U.S. With USU’s 25+ locations, every Aggie has access to some of what makes Utah so special, from Red Rock country to the Best Snow on Earth.
In and Around Logan
Hike or bike the trails, climb the cliffs, or take a scenic drive for a famous raspberry shake at Bear Lake. Logan Canyon offers 40 miles of adventure straight from our backyard. Plus, many surrounding towns have canyons of their own.
Whether you stay in Cache County or explore the rest of the state, Aggies have access to 10 major ski resorts. Once you’ve tried them all, take a road trip to compare the home of the 2002 Winter Olympics to resorts in Idaho or Colorado.
Explore Northern Utah
Stroll through the orchards near Brigham City, then experience the Great Salt Lake . Visit Thanksgiving Point for the Tulip festival or go see the ice castles in Midway. Then warm up with a soak in a mineral hot spring — we’ve got several.
National Parks and Monuments Adventures
Southern Utah is home to the Mighty Five — Zion, Arches, Capitol Reef, Canyonlands and Bryce national parks. But there are also state parks and national monuments in Red Rock Country, plus Yellowstone and Grand Teton up north.
Park City is home to the Sundance Film Festival, and the state offers a variety of entertainment options, from art and natural history museums to concert venues. Walk through the famous Christmas Lights at Temple Square, and warm up with some hot cocoa. Catch a show at Tuacahn in St. George or see a concert at the Red Butte Gardens.