Hopefully not. 13 BYU Football will have a good representation from Cougar fans at the ever-hostile Maverik Stadium as they face the Utah State Aggies on Friday night. Mary’s longtime friend Jenna Dye and her husband Jeremy have lived in Logan for nine years and were kind enough to share their best suggestions for things to do and places to eat if you spend time in Cache. Valley this weekend. As always, comment down on any additional restaurant or activity suggestions below and let us know if you try the ones we recommend!
Things to do:
Logan Canyon – This is the perfect time to take a drive to see all the beautiful fall leaves.
Cave of the Wind Where Crimson Trail – While in the canyon, you might as well stop and hike the Wind Cave Trail or the Crimson Trail. The Wind Cave Trail is steep in places, but not too difficult. Fun for families. Great view from the top. The Crimson Trail is a bit more difficult, but beautiful the whole hike.
Zoota – If you want something for the little ones, Zootah, our little local zoo, is fun. You can see the whole zoo in about an hour, and there are options for feeding ducks and other animals.
Places to eat:
Beehive grill – Wide variety of American dishes, homemade root beer, gluten-free options.
El Toro Viejo – Fun family atmosphere, great Mexican food, great prices, large portions.
Sabores – International menu, something for everyone in one place, great food. Also gluten free options.
A lot of people rave about Aggie Creamery which I’m sure is good but my family love it Charlie’s Ultimate Ice Cream. Angie’s is also a local favorite, but we don’t go there very often.
If you want more suggestions, look back at our 2017 Along the Trail to Logan with Ryan Petersen aka @TrueAggieFan.