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About Cache County

The settlement of Cache County began in 1856 when Peter Maughan settled at Wellsville. In 1859, five other towns were settled by Mormon Pioneers, including Logan which is now the County Seat and largest city.

Cache County covers an area of 1,165 square miles encompassing the Utah portion of Cache Valley, and a large area of the Wasatch mountains which rise suddenly on the eastern side of the wide, flat valley. Striking canyons such as Logan Canyon and Blacksmith Fork Canyon cut deep into these mountains, providing breathtaking sightseeing and recreational opportunities. It is separated from the Salt Lake Basin on the west by a low ridge of mountains. Elevations range from 4400 feet at the low point in the valley to nearly 10,000 at Logan Peak and others.

The Bear River flows from the north, is joined by the Logan river and others near Logan and then flows west through the hills and into the Great Salt Lake. The Clinton Dam, near this western passage, forms a reservoir in the lowest part of the valley. Cache County is also home to Newton Lake, which was formed by the first dam built in Utah.

Today the population of the county is 91,208 (as of 2000), with a 30% increase in the past decade. The striking landscape and peaceful atmosphere are an attraction to many people.

Street Index

000 North Street
125 North Street
1400 North Road
1600 East Road
1600 South Road
2000 South Road
2400 North Road
2400 South Road
2600 South Road
2900 South Road
3400 South Road
3800 South Road
4600 West Road
4800 West Road
5400 West Road
600 North Road
6400 West Road
a dirt road
a road
a trail
Ant Flat Road
Beaver Creek Road
Blacksmith Fork Creek
Cheney Creek Trail Road
East Canyon Road
Fifth North Street
Goring Corral Road
Green Canyon Road
Hardware Ranch Road
Log Cabin Ridge Road
Middle Sink Road
Millville Canyon Road
Millville Canyon Trail
Short Divide Road
Sink Hollow Road
Slideout Canyon Road
South Canyon Road
State Highway 101
State Highway 23
State Highway 243
State Highway 39
Strawberry Valley Road
Swan Flat Road
Temple Fork Road
Temple Peak Road
U.S. Highway 89
Utah Highway 30
Valley View West