Parks & Trails
The Parks Division is responsible for the maintenance and care of the City’s public parks and trails system. This includes the personnel needed to maintain the nearly 397.24 acres of parkland and 32.6 miles of public trails.
The public parks system includes a popular public skate park, two nature preserves, and a variety of parks. The Parks Division is also responsible for the operation of equipment and rolling stock necessary to perform their maintenance duties.
The Division also performs construction projects for the Department, designs and develops landscape projects of various types, and provides support services for other City departments when needed. Services available through the Parks Division include park pavilion rentals.
The Parks Division is well known for having the finest parks in Cache Valley.
DOGS IN PARKS
Dogs are not allowed in the parks system with the following exceptions:
- Dogs are allowed in designated parks that are part of the Dog Friendly Parks Program.
- Dogs are permitted off-leash within the gated dog run area at Rendezvous Park, Deer Pen Property from 1500 North to Lundstrom Park between the canal and Aspen Drive, and behind the flood control impoundment at the end of Mountain Road at Dry Canyon.
- Dogs are allowed on-leash on the connecting sidewalk through Sumac and River Hollow Parks, the walkway loop in Stewart Nature Park, and on the walkways in Hyrum Gibbons Mt. Logan Park.
Dog owners must clean up any and all dog feces left by their dogs. Clean up bags are available at doggie stations near the entrances of these park areas. Dogs are allowed on leash on all designated trails. (Logan City Trail Guide Map-Folding Brochure)