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First Dam/Canyon Entrance Park

US 89 & Canyon Road, Logan, UT
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Fun gem of a place just minutes from city

First Dam is a beautiful park and water/dam that's located just at the entrance into Logan canyon... read more

Reviewed 20 April 2017
Tony A
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Salt Lake City, Utah
Farther Up The Canyon

There are numerous hiking trails, as well as places to camp, fish, climb ect. This canyon has many... read more

Reviewed 3 April 2017
USAExpat555
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Nanjing, China
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US 89 & Canyon Road, Logan, UT
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Reviewed 20 April 2017

First Dam is a beautiful park and water/dam that's located just at the entrance into Logan canyon. It's literally a couple of minutes from the city and Utah State, so it's a quick escape without any hassle. Feed the ducks, fish, throw the ball around,...More

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Reviewed 3 April 2017

There are numerous hiking trails, as well as places to camp, fish, climb ect. This canyon has many things to do and see. Its a beautiful drive with lots of places to stop and take pictures.

1  Thank USAExpat555
Reviewed 28 February 2017

Come to see the ducks, do some canoeing or kayaking. There's a paillion, some picnic tables, shade trees, volleyball spot. Great for a summer picnic.

Thank Carrie S
Reviewed 15 February 2017

Clean, lots of room to throw Frisbee, Next to water refreshing stop, It is a nice place to take a break from the normal.

Thank Milo O
Reviewed 1 November 2016

i loved it my friends and i were happy i also loved the ducks as well as the ducklings and that i wanted to see the dam so pretty

Thank Sophia S
Reviewed 5 October 2016

We went to First Dam to enjoy the ducks, and view fish swimming in the water from the lookouts. There are signs asking people not to feed the ducks which weren't being adhered to, sadly enough. However, it is a nice place for a picnic,...More

Thank LantainLogan
Reviewed 9 September 2016

Fun place to take your family for a picnic, fishing, Kayaking and feeding the ducks. They also have a bridge you can jump off into the water. My daughter and her cousin love to do this every summer! There is also the Bonneville hiking trail....More

Thank Ashley R
Reviewed 3 August 2016 via mobile

It was a nice place to relax and play. You are able to fish, swim, kyake, hike, explore and relax on the grass while watching the ducks.

Thank Dillon j
Reviewed 1 August 2016

Very peaceful. Great place just to relax and watch the ducks, geese and other water fowl. There are several hiking trails nearby along with picnic tables for a great day in the park.

Thank Ejayer
Reviewed 19 June 2016

Looks like a popular spot for locals and visitors -- picnics, fishing, walking, etc. Many families enjoying the wildlife.

Thank Barb J
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martinezby5
Inquiring if the picnic area needs reservatio looking for afternoon of 5/6/17 after graduation at USU and os the a individual fee per person?
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Shauna S
Is it open year round? Do I need to reserve it for a wedding?
29 March 2015|
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Response from Glenda M | Reviewed this property |
The documentation at the Logan Utah Parks and Trails website says restrooms are open May-September; there's no indication if the whole area is closed at off-times. There is no electricity in the park. It can be reserved... More
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