Logan is located in northern Utah, right on the Logan River. Surrounded by the edges of the Bear River Mountains, Mount Logan, and the Wasatch Range, most views from Logan are scenic indeed. Visitors often come to the furiendly puptown of Logan for the Utah Festival Opera, as well as to Utah State University. Residents in this mountain town do love their pups, and the town offers four veterinary clinics and animal hospitals in the area you can visit.
Logan Canyon is a pawsome place to take your pup for an adventure. Here there are dog friendly trails you can join that have stunning views over the canyons. Your furry friend will love exploring the sniff-tastic Crimson Trail, with gorgeous views of the China Wall and lush green trees below. Since there are some slopes here, it is best to keep your pooch on his leash. On this three mile trail, you can also visit the Wind Caves, which is a cool three arch formation sculpted naturally from limestone. Since it gets pretty hot out on Logan Canyon with little shade, be sure to bring some water for your panting pup!
If you need a place to stay with your pup when you are in Logan, there are dog friendly hotels that offer comfortable accommodation. The Days Inn & Suites has some dog friendly rooms available, which means you can bring one pup weighing up to 40 Ibs, as long as you pay an additional fee. At the Best Western Plus Weston Inn, you can bring two furry friends of any size for a small fee.
In North Logan, one thing you are never short of is dog friendly restaurants. If you love Mexican food, you have got to try Café Rio Mexican Grill. This place lets you customize your tacos and enchiladas, as well as a host of other delicious dishes. There are plenty of outdoor tables where your pup can hang out with you. For some puptastic dessert, try Charlie’s Supreme Ice Cream. Just as the name suggests, you have a pawsome choice of ice cream, sundaes and shakes. What’s more, the outdoor seating is dog friendly, so your pooch can enjoy some pats!
Every dog loves to stretch his legs and run around, so why not bring your pup to the Rendezvous Park Off Leash Dog Area? This dog park is also known as Harris Nature Park and Preserve, where dogs can explore off-leash in a special fenced area just for them. You can play fetch on the grass with a favorite toy, or just let your pup run and roam. Be sure to bring your own water and treats with you. There are also sniff-tastic trails around Rendezvous Park where you can take your pup on-leash. All of the new sights and smells is sure to have your pup's tail wagging!
When you are visiting the Ellis neighborhood with your pup, enjoy a bite to eat at one of the dog friendly eateries in town. At Even Stevens Sandwiches, you can tuck into some delicious meals, such as breakfast burritos and an endless choice of sandwiches. There are four outdoor tables where your furry friend can join you for a lie down. If you love waffles, check out the pawsome variety at the Waffle Iron. Here you can sit at one of the outdoor tables and relax with your pooch when the weather is nice and sunny.
When your stomach is growling, you can stop for some delicious food in the Logan Fairgrounds neighborhood. Here you will find Crumb Brothers Artisan Bread, which is a dog friendly bakery that serves up pastries, sandwiches and pawsome soups. There are 12 outdoor tables out front, so your pup is always welcome to join you! For all of the crepe loves out there, check out The Crepery. You can enjoy some puptastic dishes here that are sure to fill you up. Plus, your furry companion can sit and relax with you at one of the outdoor tables!
Our pooches love a day out at the park, which is why you should drop by River Hollow Park in Lauralin! This pawsome 4.3 acre community park is a green haven for your pup, with plenty of open grass for them to roll and run, as well as fetch their favorite ball or Frisbee. There are barbecues and a pavilion here, with picnic tables and drinking fountains. There is even a playground for the kids! This puptastic park is a peaceful spot where you can relax with your furry friend and enjoy watching the geese and ducks in the river.