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Parks & Rec. Dept.:
Rec. Programs: 757-4485
Reservations: 752-1310 x10

EVENTS - 2014:
May 03: Four Paws Fun Run
- 9:30am @ Elk Ridge Park
Jun 04-07: Storytelling Festival

  at the North Logan Library
- 4th: Storytelling Tours
- 5th-7th: Workshop & Festival

- Tree City USA
- Healthy Community

Eagle Scout Badge

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for a list of possible projects
available for Eagle Projects, Scout Projects or other Community Service


North Logan

Parks & Recreation


2014 Summer Exercise Activity

  • Click here for the NLC 100 Miler Brochure
  • Click here for an Activity Listing Comparison
    (Minutes to Miles)



North Logan is wanting to organize a Dairy Princess Pageant. In order to do this, we need a coordinator. If you are interested in coordinating, please contact the City Offices at (435) 752-1310.


Four Paws Rescue of Utah
2nd Annual Run to Rescue

What: 5k fun run/walk
When: Saturday, May 3, 2014
Where: King Nature Park, N Logan (map)
Schedule: 9:30 am - Registration on Race Day
             10:00 am - Race/Walk begins
             11:00 am - Prize Raffle

Cost: $10 Per Person (online, before May 1)
        $15 Per Person (day of; cash, check only)
        FREE! -Friendly, leashed dogs

Join us for the 2nd Annual Run to Rescue - 5k Trail Run/Walk! Proceeds will be used to pay for pet food and veterinary bills at Four Paws Rescue. This is a great event for the whole family! Friendly, leashed dogs are welcomed to run/walk with their families. We ask that you pick up after your dog (a waste bag is provided at check-in). Although this is a non-competitive fun run, there will be a race clock to time your own efforts!


Cache Valley Storytelling Festival - 1st Annual!
June 4th - Storytelling Tours of the Valley
June 5th-7th - Workshops and Storytelling Festival

The Cache Valley Storytelling Festival is a “Family Festival” that has a unique breadth to it that parallels its cultural heritage. In this inaugural year there will be traditional storytellers, a cowboy storyteller, a native American storyteller, a pioneer storyteller and even a mountain man storyteller.

Join the fun for wholesome “Family Entertainment” that will tickle your innards, rattle your funny bone and introduce you to a uniquely diverse cultural heritage while giving pause for earnest reflection.


We would like to recognize the early residents of North Logan at our Pioneer Day festivities in July. If you were a resident of North Logan City when it was incorporated in 1934 and would like to be part of our festivities, please contact Alan Luce at alan@northlogancity.org or call the city offices at 435-752-1310.


Park Facilities: Call 752-1310 ext. 10 for information
Elk Ridge (City Park) 1100 East 2500 North
Meadow View (City Park) 2720 North 300 East
King Park (City's Nature Park) - Mouth of Green Canyon
Mountain View (Owned and Operated by the LDS Church) 1100 E 2100 N

  • Park Reservation Policies Click here
  • Park Use Policies Click Here
  • Park Fees & Refund Policy
  • Park Fee Reduction/Waiver Application
  • Library Meeting Room Reservation Policies Click here

  • Senior Citizen Organization:

    • Contact the North Logan City Offices for information on North Logan's Senior Citizens' activities.  They normally meet once a month on the second Monday of each month for a luncheon at 12:00 noon.



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