Logan County Economic Development Corporation
Sunday, June 25, 2017

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Sterling
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Atwood
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Crook
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Dailey
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Iliff
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Merino
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Padroni
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Peetz
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Proctor
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Willard

Culture and Recreation

GolfCulture abounds in the communities of Logan County at the libraries, museums, performing arts, and gallery and other public art displays.  Major annual community events include Sugar Beet Days, the Logan County Fair and summer concerts on the Court House lawn.  For current events go to Explore Sterling.

The Logan County Area Arts Council presents an impressive array of art exhibits, concerts, and productions.  Local cuisine and shopping includes boutiques and familar franchises.    Less than two hours away are world class museums, performing arts venues and other cultural offerings in the Denver metro and Front Range communities.

Logan County prides itself on its many and well maintained parks, two 18 holes golf courses, recreation programs, and its beautiful state park – North Sterling Reservoir.  There is something that appeals to every generation, from a skateboard park and frisbee golf; to trails, boating, fishing and hunting at the North Sterling Reservoir.  The Sterling Xpress, a summer collegiate men’s baseball team, debuted in 2013.   We regularly host events such as Tri on the Plains, 5K and marathon fund raisers.  Bicyling is growing through community cycling groups and hosting the 1,400 rider Pedal the Plains in 2014 and 2015.  The City of Sterling, along with community volunteers, are working on a multi-trails project.

Water and wildlife opportunities are plentiful in Logan County and Northeastern Colorado.  Fisherman might experience some of the best Bass, Bluegill, Catfish, Crappie, Perch, Tiger, Walleye, and Wipers fishing around.  Some of the finest hunting in North America is found in the area including, pheasant, turkey, grouse, quail, geese, duck, deer and antelope.