Spring Hollow Campgrounds is a peaceful retreat where people come from all over to pitch a tent or take a breather from traveling in their RV. It’s a rustic setting with oak and maple trees for shade plus paved roads and parking areas. There is no electricity or sewer hook-up at the camp, but there is running water and fire rings to cook a meal. Firewood is also available with a host to help and thirteen sites available. There is a limit of seven days you can stay and fees start at $22 per day for a single campsite.
The Logan River runs by the camp and there’s a pond closer to the entrance where canoeing and fishing are part of the outdoor fun. The word is pets are welcome, so your dog can cozy up in the tent or RV. They must be on a leash measuring six feet or less and be constantly under their owner’s supervision. It’s requested all waste is cleaned up so the campgrounds are a pleasurable place for all visitors.
Around four miles from the campgrounds you’ll find Logan, a city with a lot to be proud of, as it hosts the University of Utah and is a photographer's dream where mountains stand like sentries on either side. There’s plenty to see with the Daughters of Utah Pioneers museum showcasing the history of early settlers, or you could opt for a visit to Zoohtah in Willow Park, a must-see for both kids and grownups.
Back at Spring Hollow Campground, there is more to do, with swimming, tubing, and hiking the trails. Starting from the camp, you can take on Crimson Trail, originally referred to as the "China Wall" due to its similar rock formation. You can take your woofer on this captivating walk that offers heart-fluttering views of the river as you journey through the Wasatch Cache National Forest. It’s recommended you leash your dog on the walk for their own safety.
When the sun rises over Logan Canyon, you know that nature stretched its wings to provide dwellers on earth with a spectacular masterpiece of rock-faced cliffs, waterfalls, and a beauty of wild abandonment. Leaving the city behind and heading for a campground with a wilderness charm is a reminder of how people lived in by-gone times.