Looking to make the most of the Cache Valley fall weather? Here are some ways to take advantage of all the things Logan has to offer this season.
Hike in Logan Canyon
Bundle up and take in all the beautiful colors of the changing leaves up Logan Canyon. Take a look at the top 5 hikes in Logan Canyon for suggestions of where to go.
Started in 1982, the Pumpkin Walk has since grown to host over 60,000 people each year. Members of the community carve and paint pumpkins to create scenes from pop culture and history, and people from all over come to attend. Head up to Elk Ridge Park in North Logan to see some pumpkin dioramas and eat a cookie.
October 19-21 and 23-24
9 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Come cheer for USU at Maverick Stadium. Football games are a great opportunity to show your school spirit and get to know other Aggies. Plus, students get in free.
Check out the Football game schedule.
Looking for a bit of a scare? October is the perfect time for ghost stories. In and around Logan, there are many ghost tours to attend, where you can learn about Logan’s history and get a good scare.
Tunnel Tales in Merril Olsen Park
Haunted Hollow at the American West Heritage Center
Ghost Tour in downtown Logan
Nothing says fall like getting lost in a corn maze, and there are three just in Cache Valley. Check out…
The American West Heritage Center’s Corn Maze on the Farm
Little Bear Bottom’s Corn Maze
Green Canyon Farms Corn Maze
Students from across the state come to attend the infamous USU Howl, an annual Halloween party that’s been put on for nearly 40 years. Dress up, listen to some live music, dance, and enjoy all the other activities at the Howl.
8 p.m. – 1 a.m.
General Admission – $25; Student – $15
The Howl Tickets
This year’s TEDxUSU theme is Movement, and features some of USU’s own faculty and other members of the Cache County community. Hosted in the newly renovated Daines Concert Hall, tickets are available now. Come take the opportunity to listen to some fantastic talks by some fantastic and knowledgeable speakers.
6 p.m.; doors open at 5 p.m.
General Admission – $25; Current USU students – $25
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