Things To Do
Bounce N Slide
Bounce N Slide is a 10,500 square foot family fun center full of giant inflatable slides, obstacle courses and of course bouncy houses.
1077 West 130 South, Logan
Mon.-Thurs 10 a.m.-8 p.m./Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-9 p.m/Closed Sunday
Elevation Rock Gym
14000 square feet of bouldering and climbing, a fitness and training center open to day pass and membership users and yoga classes almost everyday. Don't forget to check out our summer camps.
1780 North 200 East, North Logan
Mon., Wed., Fri. 3 p.m.-11 p.m.; Tue., Thur. 12 p.m.-11 p.m.; Sat. 10 a.m.-11 p.m.
Locked In Escape Room
Our escape rooms are a hands-on adventure game in which players are placed in a themed room and have to use elements of the room to find clues, open locks, and solve a series of puzzles or riddles to find their way out in the allotted amount of time.
462 North Main Street, Logan
See website for hours
Logan Aquatic Center
Logan’s outdoor swimming complex features a leisure pool, lap pool, diving well, and two water slides. (Available for private party rental.)
451 South 500 West, Logan
Open June - August, Call for hours
Logan Recreation Center
The recreation center features exercise facilities, a weight room, indoor track, and basketball, racquetball, and tennis courts.
195 South 100 West, Logan
Call for hours
Logan Skate Park
This is one of the best parks in the state. Skateboard on a 17,000 square-foot park, featuring 8-foot bowls. The park is designed for beginner, intermediate, and advanced skaters.
500 South 595 West, Logan
Logan Parks and Recreation (435) 716-9250
Daily from dawn to dusk
Mountain Valley Trout Farm
1471 West U.S. Hwy 281, Smithfield
Paradise Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum
Pioneer relics are preserved in the old Mormon Tithing Office and Relic Hall.
8970 South 200 West, Paradise
By appointment only
Richmond Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum
This museum preserves pioneer and Native American relics.
29 South State, Richmond
Thurs. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. or by appointment
Stokes Nature Center
Discover a piece of natural history or take in the beauty of the surrounding area at Stokes Nature Center. You can make friends with live reptiles and amphibians, learn amazing things about rocks and fossils, and enjoy the native plants and animals along the Logan River. You are never too old or too young to explore nature.
2696 East US Hwy 89 (1 mile up Logan Canyon from the city of Logan), Logan
Tues.-Fri. 10 a.m.-4 p.m.: 2nd Sat. of each month 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Zootah at Willow Park
Zootah at Willow Park has dozens of different species to learn about and interact with and has one of the greatest waterfowl collections in the region, showcasing more than 100 species. The setting offers walkways among shady willow trees and children can feed the ducks, geese, and trout. See lemurs, red fox, coyotes, elk, bald eagles, deer, bobcats, and more. Picnic and playground areas are adjacent to the zoo.
419 West 700 South, Logan
Adults (12+) $4, Children (2-11) $3