3 Ways to Enjoy the Warm Weather Near Our Apartments in Logan, Utah
Now that spring has officially arrived, Logan offers a variety of ways to get outside and enjoy the warmer temperatures. Whether you want to stay close to town, or are looking for more of an adventure, there's something for everyone.
Explore the Logan City Trail System
Stay close to home by exploring the Logan City Trail System. Dozens of miles of paved, unpaved, and shared-use trails span the city and connect Logan's parks and neighborhoods. Perfect for walking, running, or cycling, the trail system is a great way to enjoy Logan's natural beauty. Special highlights include the Planet Walk along the Logan River Trail, the Wildlife and Plant Interpretive Tour in the Stewart Nature Park, and the Wildlife and Habitat Interpretive Tour on the Trapper Park Trail.
Venture Out on a Day Hike in Logan Canyon
Logan Canyon is just a quick 15 minute drive from the Four Seasons Community, and has a myriad of day-hiking options. The 3.5-mile Wind Caves Trail is an iconic Logan hike and offers stunning views of Logan Canyon. The less-travelled Crimson Trail is perfect for adventurers seeking a bit more solitude, despite its close proximity to the city. Be warned though: this steep hike is not for those afraid of heights!
Camp Overnight in the National Forest
Sometimes the best way to experience nature is to really get away from the hustle and bustle. The Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest maintains several campgrounds near Logan. The Guinivah-Malibu Campground is another quick drive up Logan Canyon, and can host groups large and small. The Lewis M. Turner Campground is a bit further from the city, but the scenic views through Logan Canyon is worth the trip alone.
All of these opportunities are just minutes away from the Four Seasons community. Contact us today to learn more!