Logan, Utah Vacations - Travel guide to Logan, Utah accommodations and vacation packages. Visit Logan, Utah for getaways and adventure travel. Plan your Logan, Utah vacation today.
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Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - Conveniently located off US 89/91, the Holiday Inn Express and Suites of Logan Utah is minutes from Utah State University, the Logan Temple, and Bear Lake.
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - This Crystal Inn is located approximately two miles from the American West Heritage Center and 85 miles from Salt Lake City International Airport on Highway
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - Welcome to the BEST WESTERN Baugh Motel, where guests will experience sophisticated accommodations, superior customer service and a unique charm at an
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - Situated in the heart of Logan, Days Inn and Suites Logan is close to Logan Utah Temple, Utah State University, and Willow Park. Also nearby is Logan Canyon.
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The SpringHill Suites by Marriott Logan is located one mile from Downtown Logan and 80 miles to SLC Airport.
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - Experience it allÂscenic beauty, relaxation, productive business meetings and rich historyÂwhen staying at this well-appointed Logan, UT, hotel.
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The Hampton Inn® hotel in Logan is located in the center of the city, within walking distance of shopping, Utah State University and near many major
Logan, Utah Hotels & Resorts - The Logan Super 8 Motel is located less than a mile from River Heights, 50 miles from the Great Salt Lake, and approximately 80 miles from Salt Lake City
Blanding & Green River, Utah Kayaking & Canoeing - Inflatable kayaks are small one person boats which with minimal instruction will allow you to play the river on your own. They add action and excitement on small to moderate sized rapids and allow you to poke along down the river alone or with others
Vernal & Green River, Utah Rafting Trips - Over a century ago John Wesley Powell led the first group of scientists into the incorrigible territory now known as the Colorado River plateau. Since Powell's original journey, naturalists from around the globe have visited these wonderful canyons