Logan River Trail: Rendezvous Park

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Rendezvous Park

Logan River Trail: Rendezvous Park is a 2.1 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Logan, Utah that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length2.1 miElevation gain26 ftRoute typeOut & back
Dogs on leashWheelchair friendlyKid friendlyStroller friendlyFishingNature tripsRoad bikingWalkingBird watchingRunningForestPavedRiverViewsWildflowersWildlife
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Mostly shaded level paths that run along the Logan River. The trailhead has parking, a restroom, and an off-leash dog area. Accessibility: There is one designated accessible space in the small paved parking lot off of Highway 89 at the south end of the trail. It is van-accessible with a striped access aisle. The trail surface is paved (asphalt, concrete, or wooden bridge with edge barriers), and typically at least 5 feet wide. The estimated grade is gentle (5% or less). This trail will likely be navigable for most trail goers using wheelchairs/mobility equipment or strollers. There are benches along the route for resting.

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Sandra Deatherage
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Rick Langenheim
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Hiking

Beautiful, easy trail

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3 CUBED
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WalkingGreat!

A resent discovery for our family this trail for us, like many others, has become a staple of our weekly outdoors time. Easy for the little ones and relaxing with almost complete shade. Because of the tight grouping of trees it is both well traveled but leaves you feeling on your own to enjoy the area.

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Katie NO
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Road biking

Not a trail, but great bike ride.

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Mark L
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Julie L
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Jenny Nish
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WalkingFee

My 4 year old and 2 year old can’t get enough of the River- the trail was at their level so it’s a great family quick get away. You are off a busy road so you can’t escape reality car sounds but otherwise it’s a great place that can please kiddos.

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Mark L
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Julie L
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C J
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Very flat, serene trail. Nice wide paths made it easier to keep some space from others. Beautiful place for a quiet, relaxing walk.

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Emily Donaldson
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Walking

Great hike. My young kids and I loved it!

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Jonathon Walters
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Hiking

Great Trail.

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Saundra Baugh
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Hiking

Shaded, paved, and an easy walk. Great for a walk with the grandkids.

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Bryce Caten
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Hiking

Beautiful trail!!

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Will Feelright
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Running

Great path for running in the middle of the day when temps are high. Can be pretty crowded at certain times.

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Jordan Evans
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Hiking

Great paved trail in close proximity to Logan. Plenty of shade and nice spots to stop and enjoy Logan River. Great for bikes, hiking, kids, and strollers.

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Chelsea Adams
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Walking

Fun paved walking trail with plenty of spaces to sit or stand and enjoy the river. It’s going strong this May, so I’d say watch your kids and animals closely so they don’t drown. The trail is busy, and at times be aware of golf carts and bikers. Good option if you want to get outside but don’t really feel like a hike.

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Andy Porter
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Nice short concrete/wood bridge trail along the Logan River and "through" the Logan River Golf Course (so plenty of urban features along the trail). Saw a number of ducks. A sizable dog park is at the trailhead.

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Colleen Linko
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Hiking

Beautiful shady paved path running along side a river and a golf course on the other side. Both sides of path were covered with trees for most of the walk. Not far from Main Street and could hear the traffic. Flat.... easy to walk for all skill levels.

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Casey Steffenhagen
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Hiking

Too many people

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Michael Najera
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Hiking

Good trails for scenery, to walk ur dog(s), or take a jog

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Corinne Edwards
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Hiking

The river has been rerouted on this path so it is a bit different then the trail map had suggested but all the golfers that we saw were friendly, there is one space where you share the trail with golf carts. Started at the parking lot by Rendezvous Park and then had to walk across the railroad tracks to begin the trail. Paved the whole way, saw some wildlife and had a nice walk. We’d do it again!

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Becky Coleman
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Hiking

Shady, paved, easy walk with nice views of the river and golf course.

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Trent Arnold
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boring and from spring through summer there is swarms of nats and wasps.

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Skyler Schvaneveldt
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The in-town Logan River Trail is a nice trail to walk or run in the summer as the majority of it is beneath tree cover. The river runs along most of it and you will see lots of birds, squirrels, etc. It is a common trail, most people run from one end, the golf course to the dog park or vice versa, and then back. It is a busy trail, but nice none-the-less. Be mindful of the signs to stay on the trail versus entering the golf course property.

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Matt Sharples
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Emily Ragan
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Deb Maughan
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Ben Runger
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Jenn Wassil
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