We went up to Tony Grove last weekend again, this time with our family to do our annual 4th of July hike. We found the Nature Trail which turned out to be the perfect hike for kids, since it was only a 1.2 mile loop around the lake. The kids in our family group ranged from 2-10 years old, and they all loved it. There was a minimal amount of whining, and the hike was beautiful. Definitely a kid friendly hike. Tony Grove is located up Logan canyon in the Cache National Forest.
There other hikes too, like Naomi Peak and White Pine Lake, but I believe those are both about 7 miles one way, so we figured that wouldn’t be the best for the kids. 😉
Here are some pictures from this beautiful trail. There is a $6 fee to use the lake, camping day sites, and hikes. We didn’t know this until a ranger put a stub to pay on our windshield. The fee goes towards keeping up the facilities. Camping up at the Tony Grove campsite is $19 per night. They have some reserved spots, and some first come first serve. Go here for more details.
We stopped at HuHot in Logan for lunch after the hike. It was super yummy and kids meals were only $3.50 each and it is buffet style. I thought that was an excellent price!