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Logan, Kansas

Logan, Kansas

Settled in 1870, Logan was named after John Alexander Logan of Illinois, a commander in the Civil War. Logan's early history is a colorful one, filled with stories of adventurous settlers who came to hunt buffalo or to seek homes and land under the 1870s Homestead Act.

Logan's shady tree lined streets and friendly citizens create a pleasant, small town atmosphere that visitors thoroughly enjoy. Logan is nestled amidst the gentle rolling hills of Northwest Kansas in the Southwest corner of Phillips County. The town's location on Highway 9, 14 miles west of Glade, Kansas and U.S. Highway 183, is within 40 minutes of four different county seats, making it very easy to visit.

On the Eastern end of Logan's Main street stands the beautifully landscaped Dane G. Hansen Plaza. The Plaza houses the Hansen Foundation & Trust offices and the Hansen Museum, which displays exhibits from the Smithsonian Institution and attracts thousands of people every year.

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Episcopal Church

The Church of Transfiguration was constructed in 1890

Logan, KS Historic Churches

Logan Lake

Scenic Logan Lake provides a great spot for campouts, family picnics and fishing. While you relax in the picturesque tree covered picnic areas, the children can enjoy the playground equipment, compliments of the City of Logan.

Logan, KS Recreation


Logan Country Club

Course Access: Public
Holes: 9
Reserve Advance Tee Times:

Logan, KS Golf Courses

Things to do near Logan, KS

Ferguson Nature Study

Ferguson Nature Study is maintained and managed by Jack Kriss, long-time resident of Thomas County. This nature study area mu...

Lighted Cross

The Lighted Cross was made possible by the effort and support of the local community. ...

Cottonwood Ranch

Cottonwood Ranch was purchased by the Kansas Historical Society in 1982. The Ranch established in the late 1800's was started...