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The Visitors Bureau is located in the historic Cache County Courthouse in downtown Logan, and is a great resource for travelers and locals alike. This beautifully restored 1883 building is a tourist attraction in its own right. Check out a wide...more
The county took a confused building and brought it back to it's full potential. It's beautiful inside and out plus it's a functioning county building. The visitors bureau is located on the main floor and they have so much information about the valley and surrounding...More
Date of experience: June 2018
Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded November 8, 2018
Thank you for sharing with others the beauty of the historic Cache County Courthouse. We provide a variety of brochures not only for this area but throughout the state of Utah, as well as Jackson Hole and Yellowstone. If you are traveling outside of Utah,...More
There are maps, brochures about hikes and walking tours, books, t-shirts, postcards— you name it. I have met a number of people working at the desk and they are invariably helpful and well-informed. The building is the historical courthouse. Take time to walk the halls...More
Date of experience: August 2018
Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded November 2, 2018
We do have lots of free brochures and guides, it is a beautiful building and the gift shop is getting new items throughout the year. Thank you for coming in and taking time to give feedback. You are welcome to stop in anytime.
Had never been to Logan---was stopping through with my wife and adult son during a drive up from SLC while vacationing. Received outstanding service and lots of great, "local flavor" information from Laura Johnson--a long time resident of the greater Cache Valley area. She was...More
Date of experience: July 2018
Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded July 25, 2018
Awesome! So glad you had a great experience in our office and we hope you enjoyed your experience in Cache Valley as well. Maybe next time Cache Valley can be a destination instead of a stop. Thanks for coming in.
I stopped in here and the ladies were very helpful and give me many ideas of things to do in Northern Utah and beyond. I got many free pamphlets, maps and information about the area. Also a nice gift shop with local items. Very nice...More
Date of experience: June 2018
Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded June 15, 2018
Thank you for the nice comments. Summer is beautiful in Logan and Northern Utah. I am glad we were able to give you ideas of things to see and do. You are welcome to come back and see us anytime.
We used the visitors center as a short respite from the heat and noise of the farmer's market and were pleasantly surprised to find the displays very interesting and worth perusing. Also lots of good information for tourists.More
Date of experience: August 2017
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Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded April 24, 2018
Thanks Doug. The gardener's market is a fun event. It runs Saturdays mid-May to mid-October from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. You can also enjoy arts and crafts vendors, artisan breads/pastries and fresh squeezed lemonade while listening to live music. The Visitors Bureau and Gift...More
I love this beautifully restored public building, and the folks at the Visitors Bureau are so friendly and helpful. Lots of pictures of the Shoshone tribe native to the area on the walls, a cool old safe, and great info are the highlights. But ASK...More
Date of experience: March 2018
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Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded March 20, 2018
Thanks for coming in. The cool old safe is one of my favorites too along with the original flipper doors by the gift shop.
I was very impressed by the volunteers who shared brochures with me on over a dozen topics for the region. I loved the little gift shop and the beautiful historical building. I'd suggest making this one of your first stop in town if you are...More
Date of experience: August 2017
Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded March 12, 2018
Thank you for spending time with us and suggesting others visit us as well. We try our best to help in any way we can. I hope you enjoyed your time in Logan and Cache Valley and plan to visit us again.
Went in to get some tourist information, but enjoyed looking at the historical paintings on the walls. Also enjoyed the gift shop and the racks of tourist information right outside of the gift shop.More
Date of experience: December 2017
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Nancy B, Marketing Assistant at Cache Valley Visitors Bureau, responded to this reviewResponded March 6, 2018
Thank you for visiting the Cache Valley Visitors Bureau and Gift Shop. It is fun to look around inside this historic building at the beautiful artwork, safe and original flipper doors. Glad we had a variety of tourist information on the racks to help you...More
Since the weather seems to be changing rapidly, all I can tell you is what has been relatively normal in the past. Our summers are normally nice. July is typically our hottest month with daytime highs in the mid-90s. Warm... More
Since the weather seems to be changing rapidly, all I can tell you is what has been relatively normal in the past. Our summers are normally nice. July is typically our hottest month with daytime highs in the mid-90s. Warm days are compensated for by mild nights. When the sun sets, temperatures start to drop. Low temperatures in the summer are frequently in the low-60s or even upper-50s. My wife and I have lived here for 15-years and over that time period, we have used our air conditioner at night on the average of twice a summer. We open windows, turn on a ceiling fan, and by morning we are pulling up some cover. The nice thing is that it most often stays quite pleasant through most of the morning. It starts to warm up in the afternoon with the highest temperatures usually around 5 to 6 p.m.
Having said all of this, I recently read a prediction from the U.S. Weather Service for a hotter than normal summer across much of the country including Utah. So what will the summer of 2016 be like? I haven't a clue.