We Are Open!
FRIDAY - SATURDAY | 10am - 7pm
Stokes Nature Center is an ideal base for a memorable experience.
Located near the mouth of Logan Canyon, our Nature Center boasts rustic charm brimming with activity. We offer regular programs, a host of workshops, and fun community events. Visit our Little Critters, feed the hummingbirds, bring a lunch and enjoy our Riverside Picnic Area, or go on a gentle hike along the River Trail.
2696 E. US Highway 89, Logan UT 84321
A look around the Center
Come meet our newest critter:
He is a Collared Lizard named Diego! Find out more about Diego, like what he eats and his native habitat, at the nature center.
Our lizard was donated by J's Pets and Supplies LLC. Located at 710 W 200 N #1, Logan, UT 84321. Phone: (435) 535-3115
Free Weekly programs
Wednesdays @ 11 AM
Weekly story time and nature craft geared toward Ages 2-6. Nature Tales runs March through November.
Fridays @ 6 PM
Family-friendly program about Logan Canyon. Learn something new about nature! Conversations run March through August.
Mountain Bike station
Cache Valley Biking Guide: A downloadable PDF brochure from the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau.
LOTOJA: The one and only bike race from Logan, UT to Jackson Hole, WY (Logan to Jackson = Lo-to-Ja). Do you have what it takes? Get course and crew info, as well as awe-inspiring race pics, at the event’s webpage.
We are thrilled to be able to offer a place for mountain biking enthusiast to repair or fine tune their bikes while riding the trail.
Utah Mountain Biking: A comprehensive list of mountain biking trails with all the information you need to find parking and trail access throughout the canyon.
Map My Ride: Summarized trail overviews, including elevation, distance and detailed maps.
Cycling Utah: An online magazine including comprehensive information about biking Utah, and a calendar of cycling events throughout the state.
Generously sponsored by:
Stokes Nature Center is proud to be the official educational partner for the Logan Canyon Children's Forest. Children’s Forests are places where kids and families connect to the outdoors.