Logan, Utah

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Logan, Utah: Blogs

Here’s a list of Logan blogs and websites written by people who live in Logan, or are about Logan.

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Logan City Website loganutah.org 2017
Logan City Facebook facebook.com/cityoflogan 2017
Logan Library library.loganutah.org 2017
Cache County Website cachecounty.org 2017
The Herald Journal news.hjnews.com 2017
Fox 13 Now fox13now.com/tag/logan 2017
Cache Valley Daily cachevalleydaily.com 2017
The Logan Daily News logandaily.com 2017
KVNU Radio Station 610kvnu.com 2017
Utah State University usu.edu 2017
Logan School District loganschools.org/blog 2017
Logan High School loganhigh.org 2017
Zillow Real Estate zillow.com/logan-ut 2017
Wikipedia Article wikipedia.org/wiki/Logan,_Utah 2017

Logan, Utah: Groups

Logan Groups On Facebook

  1. Logan, Utah Buy & Sell Facebook Group (3,453 members)
  2. Logan Utah Yard Sale Group (714 members)
  3. Hillcrest Elementary (527 members)
  4. Save The Bulls Foundation, Logan, UT (450 members)
  5. Logan, Utah Musicians (384 members)
  6. Stand Together (Logan, Utah) Group (351 members)
  7. Pokemon Go Logan, Utah Group (342 members)
  8. March for Science- Logan, UT (336 members)
  9. Indivisible – Logan, Utah (252 members)
  10. Logan, Utah Paintball Group (166 members)
  11. Logan High School (Utah) Friends (150 members)
  12. Pokemon Go: Logan, Utah (124 members)
  13. Tuesdays Together – Logan, UT (120 members)
  14. Logan, UT Rocks! Group (94 members)
  15. Logan, Utah Grappling Facebook Group (91 members)
  16. Everything Free, Logan, Utah Only Group (80 members)
  17. Logan High School Friends (74 members)
  18. Free Code Camp (73 members)
  19. Logan, UT Morning Soccer Group (60 members)
  20. Miss Representation: Logan, Utah Group (43 members)
  21. Logan, Utah Pathway Group (23 members)

Other Logan Groups, Forums and Events

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  3. Meetups Near Logan, Utah

Logan, Utah: Survey

We’re surveying people about living in Logan, UT. Here will be a collection of their responses.

*The information gathered via surveys may or may not be correct. Hopefully it will be helpful to you!

*Response format = Answer (Your name, How long you’ve lived in Logan)

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Logan, Utah: Favorites

What’s your favorite thing about living in Logan?

  • Good people, little traffic, great outdoor sites. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • I love the mountains! And the lack of humidity. 🙂 (Rachael, 6 months)
  • Utah State University. The school is incredible and the main thing keeping me here. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • I’m not sure… Probably the options of things to do. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • Close to campus and family. (Joe, 1 year)
  • The people. (Josh, 1 year)
  • The outdoor activities. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • The LDS community and the snow and cooler drier weather. (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • The fun environment. (Sarah, 1 1/2 years)
  • Social life and nature. (Christine, 2 years)
  • People. (David, 2 years)
  • The People are great. (Derek, 2 years)
  • Convenience. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • The atmosphere. (Galen, 2 years)
  • Small town feel. (Laura, 2 years)
  • The people. (Lydia, 2 years)
  • How pretty it is. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • The outdoors. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • The people and the outdoor activities. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • The mountains. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • Social atmosphere. (Ari, 3 years)
  • The atmosphere. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • Friendly atmosphere. (Jenna, 3 years)
  • The mountains. (Jennifer, 3 years)
  • Fun family tradition (fair, 24th). (Laura, 3 years)
  • The beauty. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • It’s not too city, but it’s not too country. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • City/University amenities, while being so close to the mountains. (Rebecca, 3.5 years)
  • Summertime. (Cati, 4 years)
  • Small college town feel, the outdoors, campus. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • I love the diversity of the city life and outdoor life. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Rural. (Leah, 4 years)
  • Being close to the mountains and society. (Mariah, 4 years)
  • How easily accessible the mountains/outdoors are. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Community. (Becca, 5 years)
  • I didn’t enjoy living in Logan. But the mountains are pretty. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • Mountains, town feel. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Everyone is my age. (Scott, 5 years)
  • The mountains in my backyard. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • The community feeling. (Cody, 6 years)
  • It’s walkable. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Being close to everything. (Anna, 8 years)
  • There’s still a lot of small town friendliness. (Mary, 8 years)
  • Great place to raise family. (Heidi, 11 years)
  • Hometown feeling. (Lisa, 11 years)
  • The mountains. (Maia, 11 years)
  • Small town feel, but with plenty of amenities. (Probably thanks to USU.) It feels safe, and it’s a beautiful valley. (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Logan Canyon, Welsville Mountains. (Paul, 13 years)
  • Being so close to the mountains and beautiful out-doorsy-ness. (Becca, 15 years)
  • The people! (Murf, 15 years)
  • Access to the mountains, cheap living, not a big city. (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • The trees. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • The canyons. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • The theaters, the cool summer climate, Logan Canyon and golf. (Paul, 21 years)
  • No traffic, I have a job here, I can go running and not feel like it’s dangerous, the hospital is really nice and clean, good educational opportunities. (Allison, 22 years)
  • The beauty, the community and my home. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • Enclosed, mountains, LDS. (Megan, 23 years)
  • The outdoors and the local music scene. (Casey, 28 years)
  • The trails. (Trent, 29 years)
  • My family. (Grace, 30 years)
  • Logan’s surrounded by mountains. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • Small town life. (Gary, 31 years)
  • The mountains. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • The mountains. (Connie, 40 years)
  • The mountains being all around us. (Amy, 42 years)
  • Family. (Betty, 50 years)
  • The atmosphere. (Lonny, 60 years)

Logan, Utah: Least Favorites

What’s your least favorite thing about living in Logan?

  • Far from all the major cities/you have to drive through the canyon. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • I don’t like the haziness during fires during the summer, and seeing places burn. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • It’s isolated, and dangerous to leave in the winter time. The canyons make traveling more stressful than I’d like. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • The traffic/cost to live here. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • Low speed limits 😉. (Joe, 1 year)
  • All the hills. (Josh, 1 year)
  • The insane cold and wind in the winter. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • Rather not say here. (Brenda, 1 year 2 months)
  • The cold winters. (Sarah, 1 1/2 years)
  • People at Walmart. (Christine, 2 years)
  • Traffic. (David, 2 years)
  • Blazing summers and biting winters with air pollution. (Derek, 2 years)
  • Stuck-up people. (Galen, 2 years)
  • Number of people. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • Main Street traffic. (Laura, 2 years)
  • Also people. (Lydia, 2 years)
  • Utah drivers and limited late night options. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • Lack of Costco and Target. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • The wintertime. Cold and the snow can get crazy sometimes, especially if you have a car. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • There’s not a lot of non-outdoors stuff to do. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • Too churchy, not enough culture. (Ari, 3 years)
  • Driving anywhere. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • Never enough parking (especially around campus and student housing areas). (Jenna, 3 years)
  • The winter canyon wind. (Jennifer, 3 years)
  • Traffic. (Laura, 3 years)
  • The cold. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • No Target/Costco. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • Bad air quality days, especially during winter inversions. (Rebecca, 3.5 years)
  • Wintertime. (Cati, 4 years)
  • Main Street at 5 pm. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • The people… It’s hard finding real friends. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Busy Main St. (Leah, 4 years)
  • Main street. (Mariah, 4 years)
  • Driving through Sardean Canyon in the winter. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Herald Journal letters to the editor. (Becca, 5 years)
  • Culture, traffic, the police that pull you over for going 3 mph over the speed limit. There are only two bars. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • I love it. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Utah culture. (Scott, 5 years)
  • All the new apartment buildings. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • The bad drivers. (Cody, 6 years)
  • Traffic, not dog friendly. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Traffic. (Anna, 8 years)
  • There are segments of the population that can still be very cliquish. (Mary, 8 years)
  • Not as many families moving in to stay. (Heidi, 11 years)
  • Need more affordable housing. (Lisa, 11 years)
  • The inversion. (Maia, 11 years)
  • Main street traffic, eek! (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Being a religious minority. (Paul, 13 years)
  • The weather. (Becca, 15 years)
  • How generally un advanced we are. (Murf, 15 years)
  • Local culture – you can always tell when you left Utah – but it does make for perks (safe town). (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • The temperature. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • Corporate box land/McMansion sprawl. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • You can’t purchase alcohol in grocery stores. (Paul, 21 years)
  • Seeing everyone from high school that never left and they have a million kids who will also never leave. It’s just really sad that they won’t experience life living in any other place. (Allison, 22 years)
  • Inversions. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • Sometimes hard to find stuff to do. (Megan, 23 years)
  • The institutionalization / acculturation of the dominant religion. (Casey, 28 years)
  • Mormon beliefs influences the laws. (Trent, 29 years)
  • Air Pollution. (Grace, 30 years)
  • The closed Mormon mindset, yes I WAS Mormon… (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • Traffic. (Gary, 31 years)
  • No decent stores. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • Nothing. (Connie, 40 years)
  • Inversions. (Amy, 42 years)
  • Increased traffic. (Betty, 50 years)
  • None. (Lonny, 60 years)

Logan, Utah: Things To Do

What are fun things to do in Logan? Best kept secrets, etc.

  • Karaoke night at Pizza Pie Cafe, country dancing, fires in the canyon. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • There are lots of beautiful canyons, and campus, and Institute classes, and the Family History Center in the Tabernacle. And of course the Temple. Those are the places I spend most of my time. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • Farmers market, downtown events, free concerts by the Cache Community band, USU always has events, and plenty of hikes and bonfires. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • Bowling, golfing, movies, getting ice cream. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • Hike. (Joe, 1 year)
  • Hiking. (Josh, 1 year)
  • Hikes and any outdoor thing. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • Movies, hikes, exploring the area. (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • Hiking. (Sarah, 1/ 1/2 years)
  • Hiking, music and theater, great restaurants. (David, 2 years)
  • Hike, hammock, and camp. (Derek, 2 years)
  • Be outside. (Christine, 2 years)
  • Country swing dancing, eating ice cream, seeing plays. (Galen, 2 years)
  • Hiking. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • Outdoors stuff. (Laura, 2 years)
  • Go dancing! (Lydia, 2 years)
  • Hiking, bowling, movies. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • Hiking, camping, country swing dancing, rodeos, Willow Park Zoo. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • Hiking, rock climbing, utilizing USU outdoor fields and courts, swing dancing, activities at First Dam, going to campus museums, Gardener’s Market, winter activities on Old Main Hill, Logan Tabernacle concerts. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • Hike. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • Outdoor life. (Ari, 3 years)
  • Hiking, swimming, running, swing dancing. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • Exploring nature! (Jenna, 3 years)
  • Hiking, fires up the canyon, country swing dancing. (Jennifer, 3 years)
  • Fair grounds, library, jump zone, bounce house place, parks. (Laura, 3 years)
  • Logan Canyon – hiking, camping, bonfires, rock climbing, four wheeling. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • Angie’s/Wind Caves/Willow Park Zoo. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • Hiking in canyons, university events, the farmer’s market, gallery walk, library events. (Rebecca, 3.5 years)
  • Hiking, Skiing. (Cati, 4 years)
  • Canyon (hike, ski, camp, fish), Willow Park Zoo, eat. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • Hiking, swimming in summer, ice skating it winter. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Herms, hiking, hammocking, paddle boarding, fires, volleyball. (Mariah, 4 years)
  • Hiking, cliff jumping, hammocking, and watercraft. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Community events. (Becca, 5 years)
  • Not much, it’s pretty boring. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • Hiking, swimming in lakes, bowling, star gazing, food. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Hiking, Pick-up sports. (Scott, 5 years)
  • Mountain bike, hike, dirt biking, snowmobiling, skiing, rodeos. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • Fishing, hiking, the Fun Zone. (Cody, 6 years)
  • Hiking, swimming, snow shoeing. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Riverwalk, hiking, zoo, theater and USU. (Anna, 8 years)
  • Summer has several annual events, like the arts festival, car show, fair, etc. Swimming pools, theaters, and just minutes to some of the best outdoors anywhere. (Mary, 8 years)
  • Outdoor activities, fun family activities, Aggie ice cream, USU events. (Heidi, 11 years)
  • Cruise In, Summer Fest, County Fair ,Pumpkin Walk. (Lisa, 11 years)
  • Anything outdoors and going to the parks. (Maia, 11 years)
  • USU activities, hiking, skiing, mini golfing, swimming, going for walks, fishing, feeding the ducks, going out to eat, etc.  (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Boy Scouting, going to Logan zoo in Willow Park, Logan golf course, bike riding, Cache County Fair. (Paul, 13 years.)
  • Anything outdoors, PoBev at the university, live concerts at small food places. (Becca, 15 years)
  • Outdoors, driving, four wheeling, etc. (Murf, 15 years)
  • Trail run, mountain bike, back country skiing. (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • Hike, eat, be outside. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • Hiking, Biking, Outdoor recreation. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • USU functions, opera, theater, dining, camping, picnics, golf. (Paul, 21 years)
  • Go to the canyon, or Bear Lake, Aggie Ice Cream, Charlie’s Ice cream, local theater productions, USU activities. (Allison, 22 years)
  • Hiking and anything outdoors along with the farmer’s market. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • Eat at Angie’s, hiking in the canyon. (Megan, 23 years)
  • Music, outdoor recreation (rock climbing, hiking, camping, running, etc.), theater, food, parties, art galleries. (Casey, 28 years)
  • Hiking. (Trent, 29 years)
  • Camping, biking, hiking, fishing, skiing. (Grace, 30 years)
  • Summerfest, parks, being close to mountains. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • Mountain Sports (hiking, skiing, fishing, mountain biking). (Gary, 31 years)
  • Walking, fishing, biking. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • Rodeo, 24th of July, 4th of July. (Connie, 40 years)
  • Pool, parks, being outside. (Amy, 42 years)
  • Shop, eat, play. (Betty, 50 years)
  • Go fishing or golfing. (Lonny, 60 years)

Logan, Utah: Reputation

What’s Logan known for?

  • Utah State. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • Utah State, definitely. I think it’s also known for beautiful fall colors and good people. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • Being a small college town. I also think it’s neat how many local restaurants and stores come here. It’s more unique that way. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • I’m not sure… USU? (Ashley, 1 year)
  • USU. (Joe, 1 year)
  • USU. (Josh, 1 year)
  • Gosner and the mountains. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • USU? (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • Utah State University. (Sarah, 1 1/2 years)
  • Being outside and doing stuff. (Christine, 2 years)
  • Great outdoor recreation. (David, 2 years)
  • USU sports. (Derek, 2 years)
  • Aggie ice cream. (Galen, 2 years)
  • USU. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • Utah State University. (Laura, 2 years)
  • Being really freaking cold! (Lydia, 2 years)
  • Small town feel, great scenery. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • Utah State. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • Being an affordable college town with a quaint Main Street. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • USU. (Elizabeth, 2 years)
  • It’s mountains. (Ari, 3 years)
  • USU. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • Utah State University. (Jenna, 3 years)
  • Aggie ice cream. (Jennifer, 3 years)
  • USU. (Laura, 3 years)
  • USU. Angie’s. Being cold. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • Clean the Sink. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • Beautiful summers. (Cati, 4 years)
  • Utah State University. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • Mountains. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Utah State. (Leah, 4 years)
  • USU. (Mariah, 4 years)
  • Utah State University. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Good people. (Becca, 5 years)
  • USU. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • Beautiful setting. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Nice people. (Scott, 5 years)
  • USU. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • USU. (Cody, 6 years)
  • Utah State Universuty. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Hiking USU and Ellen Eccles. (Anna, 8 years)
  • USU, ice cream and cheese. (Mary, 8 years)
  • USU. (Heidi, 11 years)
  • Free Buses. (Lisa, 11 years)
  • The mountains. (Maia, 11 years)
  • Utah State, beautiful mountains. (McKenna, 12 years)
  • The great outdoors, USU cultural programs, The Lyric Theater, Bear Lake, LaBeaus Raspberry shakes. (Paul, 13 years)
  • Mormons, haha. (Becca, 15 years)
  • USU, close to mountains, Bear 100. (Anonymous, 19 years)
  • The university. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • Beaver Mountain. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • Utah State University. (Paul, 21 years)
  • Beautiful canyon, nice people, great university. (Allison, 22 years)
  • Scenery and inversions. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • LDS population and safety. (Megan, 23 years)
  • The outdoors and major events like Summerfest and the Cache Valley Cruise-In. (Casey, 28 years)
  • Come for vacation and stay for probation. (Trent, 29 years)
  • University. (Grace, 30 years)
  • Aggie… Ice Cream. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • USU. (Gary, 31 years)
  • USU. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • Car show. (Connie, 40 years)
  • I don’t want to say just Logan, since it’s a statewide thing, but the LDS religion. (Amy, 42 years)
  • Safe place to live. (Betty, 50 years)
  • Cache valley Cheese. (Lonny, 60 years)

Logan, Utah: Crime

What’s the crime like in Logan?

  • No clue. Is there any? (Victoria, 5 months)
  • I haven’t heard. I carry pepper spray because I’m told I should, but I have yet to get even close to using it. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • It’s not too bad, I think students are too comfortable with leaving their doors unlocked. I also know of a few cases of cars getting broken into. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • Haven’t heard of much. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • Low. (Joe, 1 year)
  • Not sure. (Josh, 1 year)
  • I don’t know of any. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • I have no idea. (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • Sketchy white owl. (Christine, 2 years)
  • There’s not much. (David, 2 years)
  • Don’t really know, which is a good thing. It means it’s pretty safe. (Derek, 2 years)
  • Just jaywalking. (Galen, 2 years)
  • There’s some bad areas, but it’s generally a safe place. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • Little to no crime. (Laura, 2 years)
  • I would say it’s not to bad- at least in the parts I’ve been, usually just petty stuff. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • Logan feels pretty safe. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • Not terrible, maybe some theft (on campus?). (Bria, 2+ years)
  • I haven’t heard much. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • Low. (Ari, 3 years)
  • People get in the turning lane on 3rd North but keep driving until they reach 4th. Which is illegal. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • I wouldn’t know. (Jenna, 3 years)
  • No idea. (Jennifer, 3 years)
  • Not really that bad. (Laura, 3 years)
  • Little to none. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • Unsure. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • Logan is a very safe city. (Rebecca, 3.5 years)
  • Insane amounts of meth use on the streets for such a small town, which is why there are over 10 NA groups in the valley alone. (Cati, 4 years)
  • Minimal. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • Very low crime rate. It has gotten higher throughout the years. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Minimal. (Leah, 4 years)
  • Not sure. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Minimal. Mostly drugs. (Becca, 5 years)
  • A lot of domestic violence and child abuse. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • I wouldn’t know. Everywhere I’ve been is safe. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Pretty darn low. SW of Main St can be KINDA ghetto, but not really. (Scott, 5 years)
  • West side of Center Street. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • Low. (Cody, 6 years)
  • Petty theft, drugs, rednecks. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Not terrible, but down by the fairgrounds gets tagged frequently. (Anna, 8 years)
  • Mostly not bad, though they really should not have ignored and denied when they started having gangs. (Mary, 8 years)
  • West side has most crime. (Heidi, 11 years)
  • Not very much. (Lisa, 11 years)
  • Not much until it gets late and then main street turns into a cop feeding ground. (Maia, 11 years)
  • Not too bad, but it seems like the west side of main street can be pretty sketchy, when you get over in Logan High area. Also the Island can be rather interesting. Mainly just low-income housing, which usually draws a different group of individuals. (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Used to be low. (Paul, 13 years)
  • Rare. Mostly people being dumb, and not locking their doors to their apartments and cars. (Becca, 15 years)
  • Very small amounts, there can be some ghetto areas, but generally you’ll never go by any. (Murf, 15 years)
  • I don’t know of any bad areas. (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • Very low. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • Non-existent. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • Mostly child abuse. (Paul, 21 years)
  • Some of the low income housing areas seem sketchy when you walk through, but I don’t really know how much crime goes on there. (Allison, 22 years)
  • Don’t know and never think about it or worry about it. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • Safest city in the country. (Megan, 23 years)
  • Crime is low. I don’t believe there is a real “den of crime” anywhere in the town; though most people might tell you to avoid “the west side” of Logan – not sure there is any evidence to substantiate this claim though. (Casey, 28 years)
  • Walking under the influence. (Trent, 29 years)
  • Mostly drug addiction. (Grace, 30 years)
  • South of Willow Park. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • Almost non-existent, compared to other places I visit. (Gary, 31 years)
  • Probably worse than I know. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • Fair. (Connie, 40 years)
  • It seems low, but I think there is more going on than I know. (Amy, 42 years)
  • Crime has increased. South by Willow Park has more crime I think. (Betty, 50 years)
  • Low. (Lonny, 60 years)

Logan, Utah: Advice

Any advice for people moving to Logan?

  • Get out of the house and explore. There is always something fun going on! (Victoria, 5 months)
  • Go an explore. Talk to people and utilize resources. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • Use the public transit system, it’s really helpful! (Ashley, 11 months)
  • That on campus housing is good but shop around in case you can find better prices if possible. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • Get involved. (Josh, 1 year)
  • If you don’t like outdoors stuff, you might hate Logan. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • You are going to love it here! (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • Do all the fun things! (Sarah, 1 1/2 years)
  • Have fun. (Christine, 2 years)
  • Sometimes 200 E is better than Main St, even though the speed limit is lower. (David, 2 years)
  • Love it or leave. (Derek, 2 years)
  • Get housing in advance. (Galen, 2 years)
  • Determine if it’s cheaper to rent or buy housing, don’t expect to get paid well unless you have a specialized job skill. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • Don’t. I like having less people here. I don’t want Logan to get any more crowded than it already is. (Laura, 2 years)
  • It’s nice for a few years, I don’t know if I would want to stay here for a lifetime. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • Prepare for the snowy winters. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • Get out of your apartment and experience Logan! Also, be aware of street parking rules. Make friends. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • Do your research about where you live. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • If you don’t like the outdoors, don’t move here. (Ari, 3 years)
  • Bring a bike. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • Be open to new adventures. (Jennifer, 3 years)
  • Find people that are like you and that will help feel more welcomed. (Laura, 3 years)
  • For students – live close to campus and get involved. For anyone else – get ready for winter! (Rachel, 3 years)
  • Watch out for Main Street during rush hour. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • Check out canyon hikes. (Rebecca, 3.5 years)
  • GET OUTDOORS. It will make your experience much better. (Cati, 4 years)
  • Get outside! Don’t miss out on local sightseeing and eating! (Darcie, 4 years)
  • Get on housing stat! It’s hard to find a place. Other wise, it’s a great place to live. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Explore! (Mariah, 4 years)
  • Avoid Main Street between the hours of 2 pm and 7 pm. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Jump in. Meet your neighbors. Smile. (Becca, 5 years)
  • Avoid Main Street. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • Do it! (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Just feel free to meet new people; make friends 🙂 (Scott, 5 years)
  • Live on the north east side. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • Go away. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Be kind to everyone. (Anna, 8 years)
  • Get to know the area before deciding where to live. Find a neighborhood that is a good fit for you. (Mary, 8 years)
  • Please move here and buy a home to stay… don’t rent! (Heidi, 11 years)
  • The people are friendly and always willing to help you. (Lisa, 11 years)
  • Move here with an open mind. Not because there are the Mormons but because there are so many different cultures here. It’s much more fun when you are open to learn more and try more! (Maia, 11 years)
  • Keep an eye out for a good neighborhood, and one that is a good location to the things you need. Make sure to enjoy the outdoors here! (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Be friendly, get outdoors. (Paul, 13 years)
  • Get involved!! Pretty much everyone here is really friendly, find a friend group to show you around! (Becca, 15 years)
  • Enjoy, lay back, meet your neighbors. (Murf, 15 years)
  • Be active, get outside. (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • Be nice to people and drive safely. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • Depends- Are you Mormon and shop at Walmart? You’ll love it here! It’s just like West Jordan, but with mountains! Are you Liberal and Local First minded? Logan is a challenge. Spend lots of time up the canyons, and meet the local heathens for support. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • If you are non-Mormon, be prepared! (Paul, 21 years)
  • Eat at some of those really good local places, like The Factory, Logan’s Heroes, and The Crepery. (Allison, 22 years)
  • Beware of the bad air quality in the winter. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • You’re gonna love it!!! Bring your winter clothes. (Megan 23 years)
  • If you’re Mormon: Welcome! If you’re not Mormon: Make sure you have a good network of friends already in place or know how to find the local counter-culture, otherwise you might find yourself feeling left out of things and alone. If you own pets: Make sure you understand what you’re getting into. Logan is not very pet-friendly. Double-check the pet policies at the place you’re moving and make sure you find out what trails / parks are pet-friendly as they’re limited in number. (Casey, 28 years)
  • Don’t. (Trent, 29 years)
  • Be creative. (Grace, 30 years)
  • Be open minded. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • Love the outdoors and raising a family, or you won’t like it here! (Gary, 31 years)
  • Hope you like Wal-Mart. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • Family oriented. (Connie, 40 years)
  • Don’t come if you don’t love the outdoors and if you’re non-LDS and it bothers you that others are. Trust me, people will try to get you into the church. (Amy, 42 years)

Logan, Utah: Stories

Share a memorable experience you had in Logan.

  • Love hiking the wind caves. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • I used to live in Logan. I loved in Logan for the first ten years of my life, and then moved elsewhere, and then moved back six months ago. So I have lots of childhood memories–learning to swim at Mountain Crest, playing at Merlin Olson park in the summer, concerts at the Tabernacle. Lots of good memories. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • My roommates and I wanted to get out of the house one evening, so we all went up to a hike above first dam and had a great time enjoying nature and the view of the valley. It took less than an hour and was so much better than staying home and watching tv. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • Driving up the canyon! (Ashley, 1 year)
  • Hiking wind caves. (Josh, 1 year)
  • My first hike to the wind caves was just breath taking and kind of spiritual. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • None yet. (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • Hiking to the wind caves with my roommates and neighbors. (Sarah, 1 1/2 years)
  • Hmm… (Christine, 2 years)
  • Seeing a fantastic production My Fair Lady at the Ellen Eccles Theater. (David, 2 years)
  • School. (Derek, 2 years)
  • I saw a play The Foreigner at the theater as a date. It was hilarious. Then we got Charlie’s ice cream after. (Galen, 2 years)
  • Having a baby at Budge Clinic. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • Kiss under shooting stars up at Green Canyon. (Laura, 2 years)
  • I went long boarding on a really smooth street, and the sun was setting and the sky was beautiful and then I look to the east and I see gorgeous mountains and I just had to reflect on how beautiful Logan is and how grateful I was to be going to school here and to have all the amazing friends that I do. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • I met some of the best friends I’ve ever had. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • Sledding in a bathtub. (Ari, 3 years)
  • Logan is perfect year round because there are always activities, so be prepared to leave your home and do activities. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • So many. Cheering at USU football games, going to dances, meeting amazing people, the most beautiful summer and fall. I could go on forever. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • I’ve had many but the most memorable involves the kindness of others around me. It’s a small community and that can be hard but it can also be wonderful. Be kind and others will be kind in return. (Laura, 3 years)
  • Skiing Beaver Mountain. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • Going to college and making friends. (Kari, 4 years)
  • Watching a meteor shower at Porcupine Dam. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Too many to list. I love this town. I’m an LA-transplant and I love it here. (Becca, 5 years)
  • I got my degree there. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • Too many to pick one. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Some friends and I driving back roads from here to Avon. (Scott, 5 years)
  • Met my husband here. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • We enjoy going on the riverwalk in the summer. (Anna, 8 years)
  • Five years at USU, where I learned to be a responsible adult. (Mary, 8 years)
  • Graduating from USU. (Heidi, 11 years)
  • When I was a kid, I loved going to the Willow Park Zoo. (Maia, 11 years)
  • My friends and I would spend our Saturdays as kids walking all over Logan, going to movies, mini-golfing, going shopping at the mall and surrounding stores. It’s just a good safe town. I don’t feel afraid to walk around. (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Festival of the American West, cookout, old west fair and show in the Spectrum. (Paul, 13 years)
  • One time I laid down at first dam with bread all over me to attract the animals, but they all came running/flying/honking over, and it was terrifying…don’t do it. But DO go to first dam, it’s fun :). (Becca, 15 years)
  • The first time Pokemon Go came out, everyone was out. (Murf, 15 years)
  • The nice note on my car when someone thought they hit it but couldn’t see if there was damage because it was dark out – that’s honesty! (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • No. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • I fell in love with Logan’s quaint but bustling Downtown/Historic district. It’s why I moved here. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • I graduated from USU. (Paul, 21 years)
  • Retreats with my Buddhist sangha and my former home on a park playing with my kids. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • Wind Caves up the canyon. (Megan, 23 years)
  • Far too many to pick just one – but I will say that, overall, the experiences are more good than bad. (Casey, 28 years)
  • I met the girl of my dreams. (Trent, 29 years)
  • Started the 1st Women’s Rugby Team. (Grace, 30 years)
  • Living here for more than three decades. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • Attending USU. (Gary, 31 years)
  • The temple is a BEAUTIFUL place and we were married in it. (Connie, 40 years)
  • Growing up going to the roller rink. (Amy, 42 years)
  • Always love the Cache County fair. (Betty, 50 years)

Logan, Utah: The Future

How do you think Logan will change over the next 10 years?

  • I don’t expect it to change much. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • I have the advantage or already having seen it change over ten years, from when I moved out to now. I think it will get progressively busier. I think more people will come and live in this valley. I hope it becomes much more environmentally sustainable and healthy to do that, as people gain awareness and change t heir lifestyles to help our health and the health of our planet. (Rachael, 6 months)
  • It seems to be growing, but not very fast. I hope things stay the same except I hope 200 East gets a few more lanes or lights so it’s less crazy during rush hours. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • Yes, it will get more busy and crowded. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • It will grow a lot. (Josh, 1 year)
  • It will grow slightly, but only because of the university. Other than that it won’t change much. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • I think it will continue to grow and that we will hopefully get a Costco, Winco, In & Out, and Del Taco here! (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • Not much, just more student living places. (1 1/2 years)
  • More people, more housing. (Christine, 2 years)
  • It will get bigger; traffic congestion will get worse unless new arteries are made. (David, 2 years)
  • Lots of Growth. (Derek, 2 years)
  • More student housing. (Galen, 2 years)
  • It will grow. (Jessica, 2 years)
  • I hope it doesn’t. (Laura, 2 years)
  • I think it will grow a lot. (Morgan, 2 years)
  • More diversity, more understanding of different cultures and people. Probably some changes of shops on Main Street. Maybe slightly more expensive tuition (but c’mon, yeah the rates are going up but Utah State is comparatively really cheap). (Bria, 2+ years)
  • I’m not sure. I’m not planning to stay that long. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • More stores and hot spots. (Ari, 3 years)
  • It will grow bigger, and driving here will be even worse. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • I’m not sure, I hope for the better. I know we’re getting a new library that will be awesome. I wish we had a better recreation center with a nice indoor pool. (Laura, 3 years)
  • I think it’s getting bigger and bigger. More industry and more people. (Rachel, 3 years)
  • More modernized. (Taylor, 3 years)
  • More people, more businesses. (Rebecca, 3.5 years)
  • The campus is going to get busier and larger, so a lot more housing and parking is going to have to happen. (Darcie, 4 years)
  • Logan’s population will grow. More businesses will come and farmland/open space will decrease. (Kari, 4 years)
  • More people will move here. (Leah, 4 years)
  • It’ll get bigger. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • More expansion and subsequent loss of community. It’s the way of things. (Becca, 5 years)
  • For the worse if they don’t fix the roads. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • More people, unfortunately. (Kayla, 5 years)
  • Target is coming. (Scott, 5 years)
  • It will get more crowded and more apartment places will be built. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • It will become more populated. (Cody, 6 years)
  • Worse traffic, more stupid rednecks. (Tiffany, 7 years)
  • Traffic will get worse. (Anna, 8 years)
  • It is growing, hopefully Logan can get better at city planning. (Mary, 8 years)
  • More inner city feel with growth in the county. (Heidi, 11 years old)
  • I think it will continue to grow. I just hope they don’t get rid of some of the historical buildings. And maybe we will have a Target. (Maia, 11 years )
  • It’s getting busier. The traffic will get even worse, and I’m afraid that the homeless population will continue to grow. It’s grown considerably in just a few years, but still isn’t bad in the slightest. On a better note, they are getting even more good shopping areas and places for kids and families. More schools are being built all the time. (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Get bigger, hold onto small town culture. (Paul, 13 years)
  • I honestly don’t think it will change too much, haha. Maybe less girls will sell LuLaRoe here? 😀 (Becca, 15 years)
  • I think we’ll have some better food places, and may grow and advance a bit. (Murf, 15 years)
  • Probably more box stores. (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • More crowded. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • Welcome to White Trash Valley! We’re book ended by box stores. Downtown is all but dead. Crappy new builds are sprawling out in all directions… Sadly, Logan passed the tipping point of smart, preservation planning. Now it’s all downhill with unchecked growth and the eventual eradication of everything that once gave the Valley it’s charm and character. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • Very slight continued diversity, slight population growth. (Paul, 21 years)
  • Will keep expanding, rent will continue to go up and salaries really won’t. Maybe some more industry will be brought in. (Allison, 22 years)
  • It is growing and will continue to grow. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • It will grow… Hopefully not too much! (Megan, 23 years)
  • There will be more sprawl, but hopefully we’ll ultimately build upwards and not outwards. Cache Valley, as a whole, is filling up very quickly and I expect we’ll start seeing the cities and towns bleed together into a mega-city (like SLC area) if we’re not careful with planning. I think the populace will continue to diversify and that we’ll see greater cultural co-mingling. (Casey, 28 years)
  • Hopefully we can get more of a night life. (Trent, 29 years)
  • Hopefully. (Grace, 30 years)
  • Lots more population, traffic, crazier. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • More people. (Gary, 31 years)
  • Hopefully grow enough to get a Target and Costco. (Jenny, 34 years)
  • Grow bigger. (Connie, 40 years)
  • I hope not too much, but maybe we will grow more. (Amy, 42 years)
  • More and more people will live here. Hopefully businesses will grow too. (Betty, 50 years)
  • Get bigger. (Lonny, 60 years old)

Logan, Utah: Other Facts

Any other interesting facts about Logan?

  • Stacked pancakes. Mmm. (Victoria, 5 months)
  • None that I can think of. I have plenty of family history stories about it, but those are a different matter. 🙂 (Rachael, 6 months)
  • Most of the students go home for the weekends so it’s really easy to park Friday through Sunday. Also, all the cops in Mantua love to give tickets to college students going over 60 mph. (Ashley, 11 months)
  • Nope. (Ashley, 1 year)
  • It’s illegal for women to swear in Logan. (Tucker, 1 year)
  • Winter was awesome! (Brenda, 1 year and 2 months)
  • It’s the #1 college town. (Sarah, 1 1/2 years)
  • There’s a great interfaith culture here (organizations and events), although a lot of people probably have no idea about it. (David, 2 years)
  • Easy to navigate. (Derek, 2 years)
  • The weather is very unpredictable. (Galen, 2 years)
  • Lots of cool local restaurants, live music, and activities to go to. (Laura, 2 years)
  • It was established in 1866. (Rachel, 2 years)
  • I guess Main Street has been named as the “worst street in Utah”, but honestly I don’t think it’s that bad. (Bria, 2+ years)
  • It has a gorgeous canyon. (Elizabeth, 2.5 years)
  • Lots of LDS members. (Ari, 3 years)
  • Import Auto is the best place to get your car fixed. (Hannah, 3 years)
  • Becoming an ultimate Aggie isn’t as rare as people think. (Nathan, 4 years)
  • Logan has the best Ice Cream! (Kari, 4 years)
  • Logan is more diverse than you think. We have a community for anyone. (Becca, 5 years)
  • LOVE “The Island;” my favorite place to walk around. (Scott, 5 years)
  • Logan has the best college of Utah. Also, USU is a land grant university. (Ashley, 5.5 years)
  • No. I moved out of there as soon as I graduated. It wasn’t a fun or exciting place to be. (Jenna, 5 years)
  • Old Ephraim was here. (Anna, 8 years)
  • Several of the older schools are said to be haunted. (Mary, 8 years)
  • It’s freezing in the winter. (Maia, 11 years)
  • It was voted a few years ago as one of the nation’s safest places to raise a family! (McKenna, 12 years)
  • Home of one of the oldest Boy Scout Troops in US founded March 10, 1910 Troop Number 1 originally chartered to St. Johns Episcopal Church. (Paul, 13 years)
  • Even for a desert, there are lots of water activities. (Anonymous, 18 years)
  • No. (Jaana, 19 years)
  • We have the worst air quality in the country. (Jessica, 20 years)
  • For a Utah town, it is fairly diverse. (Marianne, 23 years)
  • Has the 2nd LDS temple built in the west. (Megan, 23 years)
  • It’s got some of the best Indian food in the region and has some great hidden gems all over for people of all stripes to enjoy. There’s something for everyone if you know where to look. (Casey, 28 years)
  • It’s a great place. (Wendy, 30+ years)
  • It has a great college and football team. (Connie, 40 years)
  • It’s really hot and then really cold. (Amy, 42 years)