For more information about the great recreation and entertainment in and around the Innovation Campus, take a virtual tour of Cache Valley.
Logan is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Recreational opportunities abound with many canyons open to hiking, fishing, camping and biking. Winter recreation includes fresh powder at Beaver Mountain Ski Resort or snowmobile rides up one of the Valley's many canyons. Ice fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing are just a few ways to occupy your winter time in Cache Valley.
Beautiful Bear Lake is 45-minutes from Logan through beautiful Logan Canyon. Cooler summer weather, sailing, boating, water skiing, and golf make the lake a favorite getaway. Locally, two large reservoirs in Hyrum and Newton offer water skiing and boating.
Many climbers journey to Logan Canyon as one of the premiere rock climbing spots in Utah. With an elevation of 4,500+ feet, the canyon offers cooler temperatures, low humidity and little rain during spring, summer, and fall months.
In Cache Valley, you can often ski in the morning and golf in the afternoon. The Logan River and Birch Creek Golf Courses rank in the top courses in the state and top 500 courses in the country and offer spectacular greens and challenging holes.
View modern and contemporary art created in the West in the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum. Or visit Utah State's own American West Heritage Center and get a glimpse of life in the valley from the 1860s to the turn of the century. Other activities in the Arts include ballet, orchestra, and theatre-in-residence award-winning performances at the historic Ellen Eccles Theatre.