USU Forestry Field Station
This access point provides anglers with access to shallow riffle and run habitats. In-stream boulders in this area provide access to some pocket water. Although primitive camping is allowed, no amenities and limited parking areas are available for anglers.
This access point is located approximately 10 miles from the Utah/Idaho border at the Utah State University Forestry Field Station. The UTM coordinates for this access point are 453,138 meters east and 4,636,166 meters north. Decimal degree coordinates for this location are -111.56474 longitude and 41.8760273 latitude.
From Salt Lake City, travel north on I-15 for 56.9 miles. Take exit 362 onto US-91/US-89. Follow US-91/US-89 for 26.8 miles to the junction of US-91 and US/89 in Logan, Utah. From the junction of US 91(Main St.) and US 89 (400 North) in Logan, turn right and travel northeast on US 89 for roughly 22.1 miles to reach this access point. Access point is located at the junction of US 89 and FR 142.
This area of Logan River ranges in width from 25 to 35 feet.
Mainly comprised of shallow riffle/run habitat (1 foot deep) with some pocket water (2 feet) located behind in-stream boulders.
Primitive camping allowed at unimproved sites. Additional camping available at nearby campgrounds.
None on site.
Primitive camping, hunting, and wildlife viewing opportunities available. Camping, hunting, picnicking, hiking, backpacking, horseback and OHV riding, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, biking, scenic driving, and wildlife viewing is available nearby.
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