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The Logan Anniversary
Inn is like no other.
The Anniversary Inn in Logan sits in a picture-perfect location tucked away under the shade trees along Center Street in historic downtown Logan, one block East of the Historic Tabernacle, and two blocks SouthWest of the LDS Temple.
Each of its 33 luxury suites are designed around a specific theme providing our guests with a unique experience each time they stay with us.
The following items are included in each suite:
While checking in you will enjoy warm fresh-baked cookies. In your suite you will find a bottle of sparkling cider on ice and two pieces of our delicious cheese cake. Also, our freshly baked signature breakfast is delivered to your suite in the morning.
If you are looking for a touch of romance, you may want to stay in our new Juliet's Balcony or the Taj Mahal. If you are looking for a hint of adventure, you may choose to sleep in Joanie's Diner, Jesse James' Hideout, or the brand new Vegas Nights or African Safari. Join us at the Anniversary Inn in Logan and find out why we are called America's Most Romantic Getaway.
Anniversary Inn - Logan169 East Center Street • Logan, UT 84321 (view map)
Phone: 435.752.3443 • 1.800.324.4152 (toll free)
The Golden Spike National Historic SiteThis historic site witnessed one of the most important accomplishments of the 19th century. On May 10, 1869, officials of the Central Pacific Railroad and Union Pacific Railroad met here to drive four symbolic spikes (two gold), celebrating the completion of the first transcontinental railroad. The event is re-enacted every year on the same date. The annual Railroader's Festival is held the second Saturday in August, and the Winter Steam Demonstration and Film Festival are the last weekend in December. Working replicas of the 1869 steam locomotives 'Jupiter' and '119' are in operation from May-October.
Visit Beautiful Bear LakeBear Lake is a large, natural lake with a striking turquoise color. (Limestone particles suspended in the water are responsible for the interesting hue.) It is surrounded by low, lightly timbered mountains to the east and west, marshland to the north and flatlands with stands of cottonwoods to the south. Bear Lake's size, 20 miles long by 8 miles wide, makes it inviting to boaters, skiers and sailers. It also offers decent fishing for cutthroats, rainbows, mackinaw, and whitefish. A large marina and numerous rentals and outfitters offer everything you need to enjoy the lake.
Bear Lake straddles the Utah/Idaho border in the upper northeast corner of Utah. It is 48 miles northeast over the Cache Mountains from Logan. The main season runs from June to September. Winter brings ice fishing and snowmobiling opportunities.