On Wednesday evening you will have the opportunity to explore Logan and beautiful Cache Valley with a variety of activities. From heritage and history to outdoor adventure, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. There are so many options it will be difficult to choose just one! Space is limited so register today.
All-Terrain Vehicle Trail Riding
Take a guided tour on all-terrain vehicles down well-marked trails through the beautiful trees and spectacular scenery of Beaver Creek. The vehicles are easy to drive and fully automatic; 4-6 passengers per vehicle. Located in Logan Canyon, you will spend an hour exploring the woods, then you’ll enjoy sandwiches and famous Bear Lake raspberry shakes at the Bear Lake overlook. Transportation and dinner included.
Price: $55 (maximum of 20)
BBQ at Hyrum State Park
Enjoy the tall, shady trees of Hyrum State Park and the serene waters while dining on a delicious BBQ meal from local favorite, Savannah’s BBQ. The lake is home to yellow perch, rainbow trout, bluegill and largemouth bass. Water park activities will be available including kayaking, canoeing and stand-up paddle-boarding. You can also stroll along the half mile trail around the water. Transportation, activities and meal included in the price.
Price: $40 (maximum of 36)
Café Sabor Latin Cooking Class
Sharpen your Latin cuisine cooking skills at local hot spot, Café Sabor. This hands-on cooking class will walk you through preparing a delicious three course meal. You will also learn to pair the ideal wine and spirits with your new creation. Dinner provided with your lesson.
Price: $35 (maximum of 30)
Canoeing in the Marshes
Canoe in the Cutler Wetlands to experience the outdoors in all its splendor. You can get lost among giant cattails and view a variety of birds and wild animals. Keep your eyes open for snowy egrets, pelicans, white-faced ibis, blue heron, avocets, owls, hawks, and doves. All equipment provided and no prior experience required. Transportation and a picnic by the fire included.
Price: $30 (maximum of 28)
Family History Center (Genealogy)
Who do you think you are? Discover your family history at this educational center, which has computers linked to the famous genealogy library located in Salt Lake City. Volunteers will assist you and the only cost is for copies you choose to make. The Family History Center is owned and operated by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (LDS) and everyone is welcome.
Price: FREE, registration required
(maximum of 20)
Fly Fishing at Sportsman’s Paradise
Head to Paradise for some of the best fishing in the state. It’s the perfect name for the town and for your state of mind while you visit this trophy trout destination. You’ll have two hours of ideal fishing conditions as the sun begins to set. This activity is intended for those with some fly fishing experience; each guide will assist 2-3 fishermen. Equipment, transportation, and a ranch-style trout dinner included.
Price: $120 (maximum of 10)
Guided Naturalist Hike in Logan Canyon
Discover the amazing plants, animals, and geology of Logan Canyon. Spend a few hours hiking and exploring near Tony Grove Lake with local naturalists from the Stokes Nature Center. A stunning array of wildflowers will likely be on display and you might even see a long-legged moose enjoying the crystal-clear glacier waters. Enjoy stories about the history & lore of scenic Logan Canyon on the ride up and back. Transportation and a picnic included.
Price: $30 (maximum of 30)
Horseback Riding at Beaver Creek
A bus will take you for a drive through beautiful Logan Canyon where you’ll saddle up for a horseback ride through the Bear River Mountain Range with spectacular scenery. No experience is necessary for this guided ride. After the ride you’ll head to the Overlook for a stunning view of the turquoise waters of Bear Lake. You’ll munch on delicious sandwiches and a mouthwatering fresh raspberry shake. Transportation and dinner included.
Price: $55 (maximum of 28)
Mountain Man Stories and Cookout
Learn more about local lore and history with Mountain Man and historian Cody Merchant. Take a short drive with Cody as your guide through Logan Canyon to a beautiful campground situated near the Logan River. There Cody will tell you historical stories, and maybe you’ll hear a few tall tales as well. You might even learn what the “Cache” in “Cache Valley” refers to. You will also enjoy a catered cookout with BBQ ribs, chicken and delicious sides while relaxing around a campfire. Transportation and dinner included.
Price: $40 (maximum of 36)
Pickleville Playhouse Dinner Theatre
“Seven Brides for Seven Brothers”
Take a trip through the pristine Logan Canyon to Pickleville Playhouse located on the shores of beautiful Bear Lake. You’ll eat a hearty dinner at “Bandito’s Wild West Grill,” then sit back and enjoy the musical comedy “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” at the historic Pickleville Playhouse. Transportation and dinner included.
Price: $45 (maximum of 36)
Skeet Shooting and Archery
Test your hand-eye coordination at the Cache Valley Public Shooting Range with shotguns, rifles, and bows and arrows. There’s an indoor archery and rifle range, and a skeet-shooting field where you’ll take aim at flying clay targets. No prior experience needed. Equipment, ammunition, and protective eye and ear gear provided. Transportation and a picnic included.
Price: $45 (maximum of 36)