There are plenty of events and festivities to keep you busy this fall in Logan, Utah. Between corn mazes, festivals and pumpkin walks, there is always something happening to put you in the fall spirit.
To begin your fall adventures, make sure you check out the Fall Harvest Days and Corn Maze hosted by the American West Heritage Center. Getting lost has never been as fun as it is with a group of friends and family at the corn maze. This seven acre labyrinth is open every night during October from 5 p.m.-dark on weeknights and 1-4 and 5 to dark on Saturdays.
If you????????re looking for more than just a corn maze, the Fall Harvest Days and Corn Maze also provides events such as the Giant Hay Jump, the Spider web Rope Climb, a maze just for kids, a gourd launcher, a giant slide, a black out maze, tomahawk throwing, BB gun range and pony and train rides. Admission ranges from $5-$10, but a discount is offered to all USU students and military personnel.
Also located at the American West Heritage Center, the Fall Harvest Festival will take place October 19th through the 20th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Fall Harvest Festival will include admission to the corn maze and the Haunted Hollow, cider-pressing, corn-shelling, candle making, steam engine threshing and many other old-fashioned harvest activities. Admission is $7 for children (ages 3-11) and $8 for adults.
The annual North Logan Pumpkin Walk will also begin on October 24th at 9 a.m. Local residents will proudly display their best carved and painted pumpkins for everyone to see. This 20 year-old tradition is free to the public and is a great way to spend the afternoon with the kids.
Utah State University will be hosting The Haunted Howl on October 26th at the Taggart Student Center on campus. Known for its dance party atmosphere, the Howl is an 18+ event that attracts not only USU students, but people from all over the area. Events will include an oxygen bar, airbrush tattoos, photo booth, Tarot card readers and a performance by the USU Dance Company. Tickets are on sale now.
Another tradition in Logan is the Novemberfest Arts and Crafts Fair, Inc. Novemberfest is held over the Thanksgiving weekend and is a great way to find unique, hand-crafted gifts for the family. This festive event is the perfect transition from the fall spirit to the Christmas spirit.
Whether you????????re looking for a quiet stroll with the whole family or a wild dance party, Logan is famous for hosting the best fall events and harvest festivities that draw people from all over Utah and Idaho. Make sure you celebrate this fall the right way. For more information on these events and several more, check out www.visitloganutah.com.