Lake logan state park camping

Lake logan state park camping DEFAULT

About the Park

Logan State Park is located in northwest Montana. With frontage on the north shore of Middle Thompson Lake, Logan is heavily forested with western larch, Douglas-fir, and ponderosa pine. A channel includes the Upper lake, and it connects Middle and Lower Thompson lakes. This state park is situated in the middle of the 3,000-acre Thompson Chain of Lakes State Park.

Attractions include swimming, boating, camping, horseshoe pit, water skiing, and good fishing. 

This state park has an elevation of 3,333 feet, the park covers 17 acres.

There are 37 total campsites, and no tent-only sites. The RV/trailer size limit is 40 feet in length. The RV dump station closes at the beginning of October. This is a heavily forested, scenic area.

Season of operation depends upon weather conditions and access.

Activities

  • Bird Watching
  • Boating
  • Camping
  • Canoeing
  • Fishing
  • Group Camping
  • Hiking
  • Ice Fishing
  • Lake Fishing
  • Motor Boating
  • Photography
  • Picnicking
  • RV Camping
  • Swimming
  • Tent Camping
  • Wildlife Viewing

Amenities

Some amenities are seasonal. Check with the park for availability.

  • ADA Accessible
  • Boat Launch
  • Established Fire Pits
  • Firewood for Sale
  • Grills/Fire Rings
  • Maps
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Picnic Shelter
  • RV Dump Station
  • RV Hookups
  • Shower
  • Toilets (Flush)
  • Trash Removal
  • Water

Seasons & Hours

Hours listed below are normal operating hours and may not apply when there is a special restriction or closure. Check Alerts and Closures in the tab below.


Park

Open all year, 7 am - 10 pm.

Campground
• A-loop sites open as of 5/15/2020.
• B-loop sites open as of 5/1/2020

Water and showers
Available beginning 5/15/2020

Boat Slips
Available as of 5/15/2020.

Park Rules

Volunteer

Contact the park manager for open volunteer positions at Logan State Park.

For complete position descriptions, application forms, and details about Montana State Parks volunteer programs, visit the Volunteers page.

Fees

Montana Residents

  • Day use entrance is free*

 

Nonresidents

  • Day use entrance fee with a vehicle: $8
  • Day use entrance fee as a walk-in, bicycle or bus passenger: $4
  • With a Nonresident Entrance Pass: Free

 

Campsites

  • Campsite fees range from $4-$34 per night, depending on season and available amenities.

Montana State Parks offers hike/bike, rustic, tent, rv, and boatslip campsites.

Visit Reserve America to check fees and reserve campsites at Logan State Park.

 

* Montana residents who pay the $9 state parks fee with their annual vehicle registration have no daily entrance fees to state parks. For residents who don't include this in their vehicle registration, non-resident day use fees apply.

Alerts & Closures

Food Storage Rules: Store all attractants, day or night, in a closed, hard sided container or vehicle when not in immediate use. Tent campers without a vehicle may use available food lockers. Do not burn waste in fire ring or leave litter around camp-site. Dispose of garbage in bear-resistant dumpsters provided.

Contact Information

Mailing Address:
Logan State Park
c/o FWP Region 1 Headquarters
490 North Meridian Rd
Kalispell, MT 59901

Phone: April 15 - Oct 15: 406-293-7190
Oct 16 - April 14: 406-751-4590
Email: [email protected]

 

Reservation Phone Number:

1-855-922-6768

Sours: https://fwp.mt.gov/stateparks/logan

2021 Camping Policies and Information

PAYMENTS AND DEPOSITS

We accept check, cash, and Visa/MasterCard/Discover. Please add a 3% service fee for credit card payments.

If your total camping reservation is less than $1000, Lake Logan requires nonrefundable payment in full with your signed contract. Your site will not be held without payment and a signed agreement. If your total bill exceeds $1000, please discuss payment options with us.

CANCELLATIONS AND REFUNDS

A 50% refund will be issued for camping reservations cancelled with 30 days’ notice. Cancellations made with less than 30 days’ notice will receive no refund.

INSURANCE, LIABILITY, & DAMAGE

Campers agree to indemnify, defend, and hold harmless Lake Logan and the Episcopal Diocese of Western North Carolina against any and all claims arising out of the use of Lake Logan. Your group assumes financial responsibility for any loss, damage, or destruction to Lake Logan property or equipment. Charges for excessive cleanup or damage to property will be assessed to the Organization, and a damage deposit may be required at the discretion of the Executive Director.  Each guest in your party must sign a release of liability form prior to or on arrival.

All activities are at your own risk.

CAMPSITES

Each site has a campfire area, picnic table, and access to a toilet and water for cooking (short walk). All camping equipment and vehicles (if applicable) must be on the campsite and not spread out in the woods.  We are currently updating campsite descriptions for 2021.

ARRIVAL & DEPARTURE

Check in begins at 2 PM. You may arrive early to enjoy the property, but do not set up camp before check in time. Check out is by Noon. You may continue to enjoy the property until sunset.

GROUP LEADER
Adult supervision is required. Campsites will not be rented to parties under the age of 21.

PETS
Well behaved dogs are welcome. Owners must keep control of their dogs at all times. Lake Logan reserves the right to revoke dog privileges at any time. Please note, we have several friendly animals (dogs, cats, and chickens) who live full-time on the property. If your dog does not play well with others, please leave at home. Pets must be on a leash or crated at all times. Pets may not be left unattended. Clean up after your pet. Please read our entire pet policy before bringing you pet to Lake Logan.

PARKING AND DRIVING
You may have two standard vehicles at your campsite’s parking area unless otherwise noted in your campsite description. Some sites do not allow vehicles to be parked directly at the site; be sure to read your site description carefully. Additional vehicles will be charged a fee and must be parked by the tennis courts. All vehicles need a valid parking pass kept on the front dashboard. Speed limit on the property is 9.5 miles per hour.

Failure to follow parking restrictions may result in a fine of $100 (or more if damage is done).

RVs
Boon-docking for small RVs (no larger than 20 feet) and pop-ups are allowed only in certain sites (see campsite descriptions) and only with prior notice to LLCC. There are no hookups and no dumping. Generators may be used for up to three hours per day between 8 AM and 6 PM. Failure to comply with these policies will result in immediate removal from the premises with no refund.

CAMPFIRES
Campfires are permitted only in existing fire pits. You may bring locally purchased/sourced firewood, or we can provide firewood for a fee. Please reserve firewood in advance if you would like to purchase from us. Removal of any tree, branch, or vegetation (live or dead) is prohibited. “Dead and Down” wood may be used for firewood.

BATHROOMS
On-site showers are not available. Each camping area is assigned a specific bathroom. Please do not bathe in bathroom sinks.

RECREATION FACILITIES / PUBLIC AREAS
Your camping fee includes use of the waterfront for swimming, hiking trails, and outdoor games (gaga ball, tetherball, etc). Exception: during Camp Henry, the lake is not available for guest use during their swim time – typically June and July from 2-4 PM, but this time is subject to change, and the field / stage / gaga area is not available. Changes will be communicated at check-in.

Fishing requires an extra fee unless you are a level 2 or 3 season member.

All guests are invited to enjoy the porch at Johnson Dining Hall for informal rest and relaxation. Please do not hang out inside the dining hall. The game room at Boojum’s Cave may be open at certain times of year. Inquire upon check-in.

Do not enter other buildings (other than your assigned bathroom if applicable and Johnson Dining Hall for bathrooms or food pick-up).

Notice will be provided at check-in if a public area is reserved for a private function.

FISHING
Fishing requires an additional fee unless you are level 2 or 3 season member. Fishing is by catch and release only, single hook, no live bait. NC fishing license is required. Fishing is permitted from the shore and dock at the Boat House, from the stream, or from a Lake Logan canoe or jonboat (boat rental fees apply). Read all fishing policies here.

BOATING
Boat rental is included with your reservation fees. No outside boats are allowed. A PFD must always be worn by occupants of a boat. The rescue boat is off-limits to guests. It says “STAFF.” Don’t drag boats to the water. They need to be picked up and carried. Don’t boat under the bridge onto the river. Put everything back in its place – hang jackets, paddles in their labeled location, boats upside down, etc.

SWIMMING
Swim only in marked swimming area. Adult supervision required for children and youth under age 16.

BICYCLES
Bicycles are allowed on trails and roads.

FOOD PREPARATION / WASHING DISHES
Prepare food and wash dishes at campsites only, not in bathrooms, river, or lake.

Picnic/ boxed meals can be provided if you order in advance and can be picked up at Johnson Dining Hall at 8 AM, Noon, and 6 PM.

WATER
Water jugs may be filled at the water filling location closest to your site.

TRASH
Do not litter. Please recycle clean plastic, glass, aluminum, and cardboard. Please clean up your campsite upon departure, making sure all trash is in the bins provided. Excessive trash left behind will result in a fee of $25.

SMOKING
For the health of all our guests, all buildings and the waterfront area are smoke-free and tobacco-free. This includes e-cigarettes and vaping. Please smoke only in designated areas outside and away from building entrances and other guests and dispose of your cigarette butts in appropriate locations.

ALCOHOL
Guests are welcome to enjoy beer and wine at their campsites. Guests should drink responsibly and assure that only those of legal age consume alcoholic beverages. Open containers are not permitted on the grounds or by the waterfront. Consumption of alcohol while boating or swimming is not permitted. Do not litter.

WEAPONS AND FIREWORKS
Weapons and fireworks are not allowed.

FIRST AID AND MEDICAL EMERGENCIES
Each group is encouraged to have an adult present who is Red Cross (or a similarly recognized provider) certified to provide CPR and First-Aid emergency care. Group leaders should have available the following information on all participants: names and addresses; emergency contact information; special health conditions and concerns, including known allergies or other restrictions. For minors, signed “permission to treat in an emergency” forms should also be gathered.

LAKE LOGAN PROPERTY
All Lake Logan property is to remain in its proper location. Do not move picnic tables, trash cans, recreation equipment, rocking chairs, etc. from their locations. 

QUIET HOURS
Quiet hours from 10 PM until 7 AM.

PHOTOGRAPHY
The photographs or likenesses of guests of Lake Logan may be used for publicity or other purposes without compensation or other consideration. Guests may request in writing that their photographs or likenesses not be used in this fashion.

LOST AND FOUND
Lake Logan cannot be held responsible for any items left behind by guests but will attempt to keep such items in safekeeping for a one week before donating to charity. Please call the office as soon as possible if you discover that you have left something behind.

VISITORS
All visitors must reserve and pay for a day pass and check in at the office. Passes should be displayed on the dashboard of the vehicle. All visitors must leave by sundown.

RIGHT TO REMOVE PERSONS
Lake Logan reserves the right to remove any persons from the facilities or premises who, in sole discretion of LLCC staff, are unauthorized or who are creating a disturbance, or who are jeopardizing the health, safety, and/or welfare of our guests, staff, or property.

RATES
Lake Logan reserves the right to change rates at any time. Notice of any rate change will be given whenever change is deemed necessary.

WI-FI
Wireless internet is available for your convenience in the Main Lodge lobby and at the Dining Hall. Sometimes the field may have internet as well. Due to our mountain location, we cannot guarantee the quality of Wi-Fi service.

EMERGENCIES
Emergency telephones are located at Main Lodge, the Boat House, and Johnson Dining Hall. Dial “9” to get out. You are welcome to use these phones for non-emergency reasons, but please keep the length of your conversation to a minimum so the phone can be available for other guests as well. In case of emergency, please call 911. 

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Lake Logan State Park Camping

Overview

A brief introduction to Lake Logan State Park

Lake Logan State Park is an Ohio state park in Hocking County, Ohio, United States. Lake Logan State Park is located in Falls Township, Hocking County, Ohio. Lake Logan Dam is directly accessible off State Route 664 just southwest of the county seat of Logan. Lake Logan State Park lies in the Hocking Valley, formed by the Hocking River. Lake Logan was created in 1955 with the construction of the Lake Logan Dam on Clear Fork Creek, a tributary of the Hocking River. Lake Logan is a 400-acre (160 ha) lake and is open to fishing, boating, ice fishing, ice boating and swimming.

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Lake Logan State Park

About Lake Logan State Park

One of Ohio's best fishing lakes awaits athletes from all over Hocking County in Lake Logan State Park. The lake is covered by a 1.5-mile stretch of the Ohio River, north of Lake Erie, and is home to a variety of fish species as well as a variety of other animal species.

Lake Logan State Park is located in the Hocking Valley, formed by the Hocking River. Lake Logan is a great place to take advantage of the park during the day, days when the park offers secluded hiking trails to enjoy the wooded beauty of the hills of Ohio. It is a long time since the Lakeogan region was first lifted from the ancient sea that once covered most of Ohio. This unpolished plateau in the southeast of the state is its oldest landscape, as glaciers have never penetrated the region.

The Hocking River, a tributary of the Ohio River and an important outlet for glacial meltwater, is equipped with important outflows for glacier meltwater. This water deposited leached material from the ancient sea, which strongly influenced the nature and the biological communities that exist today.

The forests of Lake Logan are largely surrounded by oak and hickory associations, and the predominant species are oak, pine, hazelnut, pine, birch and pineapple.

The forest floor is dotted with pine, hazelnut, hickory, oak, birch, pine and pine cones, as well as a number of other species. The soil is surrounded by grasses and shrubs, and some species of wild flowers such as blackberries, peaches, cherries, pears, strawberries and pines.

Lake Logan is home to red, back, white, tail and black bears, coyotes and many other animal species. Many birds visit the area, such as black-footed sparrows, peregrine falcons, jays, owls, bald eagles, falcons, red and blue-tailed falcons, crested tits, spotted woodpeckers, ospreys, ducks, geese, turkeys and other birds. During the migratory flights, various species of waterfowl can be observed, but also birds of prey, from ducks and geckos to sea turtles and sea lions.

Lake Logan is located in Hocking County in southeastern Ohio and was founded in 1816 by Thomas Worthington. The area once belonged to the Wyandot Indians, who had a large village called Oldtown on the Hockings River, about a mile from the town of Logan. Logan was named after the Mingo chief James John Logan, who was known for his first friendship with whites and for the murder of a border guard named Greathouse, whose entire family was murdered.

The Hocking River provided sufficient hydropower for gravel and sawmills, especially in the waterfalls near Logan. The city of Logan made slow progress until 1838, when it opened the first post office on the Hockings River, the Logan Post Office, in 1839.

Several industries flourished in the Hocking Valley, owing to its rich mineral resources, and the discovery of vast amounts of coal led to a thriving mining industry.

It soon became clear that iron ore could be extracted from the sandstone in the area, and at the height of the Civil War Ohio was the leading producer of iron for equipment and weapons. When the mines were opened and closed, towns sprang up and disappeared, but no less than forty - six kilns burned in Hocking County during the Great Depression, and some stayed for a few more years.

The clay soils of the Hocking Valley helped Ohio become a market leader in clay products, and the valley's brick industry produced everything from paving stones to clay sewage pipes. Clay remains an important industry in the region, but the industrial remains can be seen today in abandoned furnaces and other industrial sites in Lake Logan State Park.

Originally known as Hocking Lake, Lake Logan opened in 1955 for recreation and was renamed LakeLogan to reflect the area's "Native American heritage" and avoid confusion with its original name, Hockings Lake State Park. There is a 527 foot long public beach and facilities include a swimming pool, picnic area, changing rooms, toilets, picnic table, amphitheater and water park.

There is a speed limit of 10 km / h and boat engines On the lake, over 10 HP are allowed, the maximum speed is 30 km / h.

Boat rental - Ups can be rented at the park office and boat moorings are also available on a rental basis. On the north side of the park, right next to the main entrance to Lake Logan State Park, is the Lake Logan Park Office and Park Office.

A valid fishing licence and hunting licence are required and hunting is not permitted during the season. The lake has a maximum depth of 1,000 feet and a minimum length of 3,500 feet, but no more than 2,200 feet.

Most areas have drinking water, barbecues and toilets, but fire is only allowed on barbecues, and the lake is open to the public on weekends only from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Boat ties require a valid fishing license and a permit from the Lake Logan State Park Board of Trustees for fishermen.

A section of the Buckeye Trail runs through the Hocking Hills State Park Forest, which is southwest of Lake Logan, and a beach leads to Lakeogan Road. The lake and the lakeside, surrounded by hills that offer opportunities for nature studies and wildlife observation, are surrounded by a number of hiking trails and trails for hiking, biking, camping, fishing and other activities.

During the summer months the swimming pool and pantry are open to the public, but autumn is a good time to visit Hocking. It is open from 1 April to 30 November and from 1 October to 31 December, with a limited number of days and events.

Cabins, campsites, picnics and hiking opportunities are available, as well as a picnic area with picnic tables and picnic benches. Lake Logan State Park and Campground, the only campground in the park, is located on the east side of the lake, south of Lake Logan. It is available from 1 April to 30 November with a limited number of days of events, from 2 October to 31 December and from 3 October to 30 December.

Lancaster's 137 Main Street is home to the restored birthplace of John Logan, the founder of Lancaster State Park and Campground. The house is open to the public every day from 9.30 am to 5 pm and no entrance fee is charged.

Hop on an old passenger train and drive up the beautiful Hocketal hills or catch a bus for a ride down to Lake Logan State Park. Two train journeys will start in Nelsonville this weekend with rain and sunshine, and two more in Lancaster.

The service is only available on Saturdays and Sundays from Memorial Day to October and weekends from May to June. The depot is located in Hocking Hills State Park, north of Nelsonville, on the west side of Lake Logan in the Hocketal Hills.

Located in Hocking Hills State Park north of Nelsonville on the west side of Lake Logan, Conkle Hollow State Nature Preserve is one of Ohio's most popular hiking and camping areas. The reserve is home to a variety of wild flowers, birds, reptiles and amphibians. A unique feature of this protected area are the rugged rocks of black sandstone, which rise almost 200 meters above the valley floor.

Sours: https://www.camping.org/parks/ohio/logan/lake-logan-state-park

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LAKE LOGAN STATE PARK

One of the best fishing lakes in Ohio awaits sportsmen in Hocking County at Lake Logan State Park. The lake sports northern pike, bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish and saugeye. Lake Logan is a day-use park that provides scenic picnic areas and secluded walking paths to enjoy the wooded beauty of Ohio's hill country.

Much time has passed since the region surrounding Lake Logan was first uplifted from the ancient sea that once covered most of Ohio. This unglaciated plateau in the southeastern part of the state is Ohio's oldest landscape as the glaciers never invaded the region. Lake Logan State Park lies in the Hocking Valley, formed by the Hocking River. The Hocking was a major outlet for glacial meltwaters. These waters deposited large amounts of outwash material, primarily sand and gravel, which strongly affected the type of biological communities present today.

The forest surrounding Lake Logan is for the most part an oak-hickory association. White and black oak, tuliptree, shagbark and pignut hickory are the most dominant species. The forest floor is dotted with a variety of wildflowers such as fire pink, wintergreen, bluets and spring beauties. Ground cover plants include greenbriar, blueberry and numerous ferns and fungi.

Lake Logan is home to the raccoon, opossum, skunk, red-backed salamander, gray squirrel, box turtle, white-tailed deer and wild turkey. Many birds frequent the area such as the turkey vulture, red-tailed hawk, barn owl, pileated woodpecker, Carolina chickadee, tufted titmouse, wood thrush and scarlet tanager. Various species of waterfowl can be viewed during migration.

Lake Logan is located in Hocking County in southeastern Ohio. This territory once belonged to the Wyandot Indians, who had a large village known as Oldtown on the Hocking River, one mile above the city of Logan. Logan was established by Thomas Worthington in 1816 and named for the Mingo Chief, James John Logan, who was well known at first for his friendship with the whites and later for his bitter animosity toward them following the murder of his entire family by a frontier trapper named Greathouse.

The Hocking River provided sufficient water power for the purpose of operating grist and sawmills particularly at the falls above Logan. The town of Logan was slow to progress until the opening of the Hocking Canal, a branch of the Ohio-Erie Canal, in 1838. Several industries prospered due to the rich mineral resources of the Hocking Valley.

The discovery of immense quantities of coal led to the flourishing mining industry. Towns appeared and vanished as quickly as mines opened and closed.
It was soon found that iron ore could be extracted from the sandstone bedrock of the area. At its height during the Civil War, Ohio was the leading producer of iron for implements and weapons. No less than forty-six furnaces were firing in Ohio's six-county Hanging Rock Iron Region.

The clay soils of the Hocking Valley helped Ohio become a leader in clay products. The firebrick industry of the valley manufactured such products as clay tile, building and paving bricks and clay sewer pipe. Evidence of the industry can be seen in the many brick houses and abandoned kilns of the area. Clay is still an important industry in the region.

Lake Logan was developed in 1955 for recreational purposes. The area was administered by the ODNR Division of Wildlife until 1964, when jurisdiction was
transferred to the Division of Parks and Recreation. Originally known as Hocking Lake, it was re-named Lake Logan to reflect the Indian heritage of the area and to avoid confusion with nearby Hocking Hills State Park and Forest.

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Logan State Park Campground, MT

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One of the best fishing lakes in Ohio awaits sportsmen in Hocking County at Lake Logan State Park. The lake sports northern pike, bass, bluegill, crappie, catfish and saugeye. Lake Logan isa day-use park that provides scenic picnic areas and secluded walking paths to enjoy the wooded beauty of Ohio's hill country.
Ice Fog, Lake Logan Photo
© Bud Schrader Photography
Ice Fog, Lake Logan - Unique sight one morning.

Lake Logan was developed in 1955 for recreational purposes. The area was administered by the ODNR Division of Wildlife until 1964, when jurisdiction was transferred to the Division of Parks and Recreation. Originally known as Hocking Lake, it was re-named Lake Logan to reflect the Indian heritage of the area and to avoid confusion with nearby Hocking Hills State Park and Forest.

Osprey at Lake Logan Photo
© Bud Schrader Photography
Osprey at Lake Logan - A rare find, for me at least

The forest surrounding Lake Logan is for the most part an oak-hickory association. White and black oak, tulip tree, shagbark and pignut hickory are the most dominant species. The forest floor is dotted with a variety of wildflowers such as fire pink, wintergreen, bluets and spring beauties. Ground cover plants include greenbriar, blueberry and numerous ferns and fungi.

Lake Logan is home to the raccoon, opossum, skunk, red-backed salamander, gray squirrel, box turtle, white-tailed deer and wild turkey. Many birds frequent the area such as the turkey vulture, red-tailed hawk, barn owl, pileated woodpecker, Carolina chickadee, tufted titmouse, wood thrush and scarlet tanager. Various species of waterfowl can be viewed during migration.


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