Parks & Recreation Department
Creating a Sustainable Community through People, Parks, and Programs
FROM THE SHADY picnic areas of Adams Park to the exciting terrain of the Logan Skate Park to the refreshing water at the Logan Aquatic Center, the Logan Parks and Recreation Department has something for everyone. Our purpose is to serve the leisure and recreational needs of the community. Five divisions help us accomplish our objective of creating quality life-long experiences for men, women, and children. These divisions are Administration, Cemetery, Golf Course, Parks and Trails, and Recreation.
Each summer and winter the Parks and Recreation Department releases a Leisure Guide which highlights all the services and activities our department provides, such as recreational sports leagues for children and adults, fitness classes, nature education, parks and trails, and so much more. Check out the most recent Leisure Guide and start benefiting from all the recreation opportunities living in Logan provides.
2017-2018 Logan Parks and Recreation Department Citizen Survey
Thank you for sharing your feedback with us. To receive your choice of a FREE one-day pass to the Logan Community Recreation Center or a FREE one-day pass to the Logan Aquatic Center, complete our 2017-2018 Logan Parks and Recreation Department Citizen Survey online at http://bit.ly/2eIyQMq and your free pass will be mailed directly to you. Survey deadline is January 31, 2018 at 5:00 pm.
Logan City Park System Reminders
Logan Parks and Recreation Department, 195 South 100 West, would like to remind the general public that all Logan City Parks and Trails are closed from sunset to sunrise in accordance with Logan City Ordinance 12.24.010.
“It is unlawful for any person to enter or be upon or to drive any vehicle upon or to be within any vehicle upon any city park between sunset and sunrise of any day, except when participating in or attending an activity sponsored by the city or allowed under a permit issued by the city, and except for pedestrians crossing a park on a regularly established walkway.”
Slacklines and hammocks are not permitted in City parks. Do not tie anything to trees or park structures in accordance with Logan City Ordinance 12.12.140
“It is unlawful for any person to cut, carve, break, transplant, remove, mutilate or otherwise damage or kill any tree on city property without necessary permit(s) and without abiding by the arboricultural regulations of the city; to attach any rope, wire, nails, advertising posters or other contrivance to any tree on city property.”
All dogs must be on-leash on all designated trails and walkways.
Dogs are not allowed in City Parks in accordance with Logan City Ordinance 6.12.220 with the exception of the following off-leash dog run areas-Rendezvous Park, Harris Nature Park and Preserve, and the Deer Pen Dog Run Area.
" It is unlawful for any person to take or permit any dog or other domesticated animal whether loose, or on a leash or in arms, in any city park, sports field, or sports park, city cemetery, and city zoo, except specific areas authorized and posted by Logan City."
Dog owners must clean up any and all dog feces left by their dogs in accordance with Logan City Ordinance 6.04.090.
"The owner or any person having control over or charge of any dog or other animal shall be responsible for the removal of any feces deposited by such dog or animal in any public place, including, but not limited to, sidewalks, streets, planting strips, parking lots, parks, recreational areas or on private property not in the ownership or control of the person having control or purporting to have control over or charge of such dog or animal."
Clean up bags are available at Dogipot Stations provided throughout the system. Bagged waste must be disposed of in provided park trash cans located on City property.
SHOUT-OUT to the Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant Program
The Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant program funded the extension of the Boulevard Trail from 300 North to 600 East in Logan. The $106,000 construction project began in May of 2016 and was completed in September of 2016. The extension of the trail is a critical link for pedestrians going to and from Utah State University and for residents in the area. The Utah Outdoor Recreation Grant provided $25,000 in match funds for the project which was matched with funds from the Cache County Recreation, Arts, Parks, and Zoo (RAPZ) program, and the City of Logan.
Logan River Restoration Projects
Logan River Restoration 2016-2017 Demonstration Projects Presentation
Logan River at Rendezvous Park Channel and Floodplain Restoration: Crack Willow Issues and Management Strategies
Logan River at Rendezvous Park Channel and Floodplain Restoration: Existing and Proposed Trail Map
Logan River at Rendezvous Park Restoration Area Summary Map
Logan River at Rendezvous Park Channel and Floodplain Restoration: Cross Section 3
Denzil Stewart Nature Park River Bank Stabilization Demonstration Project Information
Logan River Restoration Conservation Action Plan
The Logan River, an integral part of the greater Bear River ecosystem, originates within the Bear River Mountains in the headwaters of Logan Canyon and terminates at its confluence with the Little Bear River in Cutler Reservoir. The river is an asset to residents of Logan City and Cache County and has historically supported many beneficial uses. The Logan River was an important resource for Native Americans and pioneers, and it remains valuable today. Cache Valley citizens are attracted to the river and enjoy the aesthetics, recreational values, and wildlife resources associated with this highquality river, which supports fish, wildlife, and many plant species unique to riparian and wetland habitats. The Logan River also provides water for irrigation, municipal water supply, and hydroelectricity.
To protect the Logan River from degradation and the growing threats of floodplain development, a Conservation Action Plan (CAP) has been developed for the portions of the Logan River from First Dam (at the mouth of Logan Canyon) through Cache Valley to the confluence with the Little Bear River at Cutler Reservoir. The development of a short- and long-range vision for the river is needed to coordinate and prioritize conservation efforts and ensure a sustainable river system for future generations. Stakeholder groups representing residential, commercial, recreational, and agricultural interests have participated in the development of this CAP. The CAP is a dynamic set of objectives that can be revised as needed when new threats or conservation solutions are identified.
Leisure Guide Available Online
The Logan Parks and Recreation Department Leisure Guide is now available ONLINE.
The Leisure Guide highlights Department sports, camps, programs, activities, and special events as well as park and facility information.
Printed copies are available at the Logan Community Recreation Center, Logan Library, Cache Chamber of Commerce, and the Cache Valley Visitor's Bureau.