Join us for an intimate and entertaining evening in one of the most extraordinary venues in the country. Tall Tales, Short Stories and Scintillating Songs from some of the finest Story Artists and Musicians around caress your senses and fuel your imagination as they resonate from the ceilings, walls and floors of these unique structures.

There’s a roof (road) overhead, chairs are provided and the parks restrooms are generally open during the July event and even on occasion during the October event. But, there are no guarantees, so, we strongly recommend you plan accordingly. The tunnels are open at both ends and this is Cache Valley, so, once again it would behoove you to dress appropriately and come prepared for the prevailing temperatures and conditions.

Tunnel Tales is held twice a year, the last weekend of July and the last weekend of October. There’s always something to appeal to just about everyone.  And while it may not “always” be hilarious, the few times it isn’t will still engage your imagination, capture your heart and warm your innards.


NOTE: Our October stories focus on suspense not graphic violence. Never the less, they’re still not recommended for children under 8 years of age.



Mark Gollaher Tunnel Tales – Fall 2017


SAM PAYNE  feature artist for the Odsters portion of the evening is an internationally acclaimed storyteller, singer/songwriter, radio personality, and arts educator. He hosts “The Apple Seed: Tellers and Stories,” a daily national radio show on the art of storytelling for BYU radio. Sam is a celebrated jazz vocalist, and an award-winning songwriter who has been a featured storyteller at the Weber State, Timpanogos and National Storytelling Festival in Jonesboro, Tennessee along with many others.  www.sampayne.com

GINGER PARKINSON  feature artist for the Youngsters hour tells stories that whisk the imagination where it can romp around like a loose puppy.  She spins curriculum-based stories at the Freedom Academy Elementary School as their resident teller and specializes in stories for children and children at heart.  She lives in Springville with her husband and four children.  www.gingerparkinson.com


WAYNE McKAY  Founder and Executive Director of Cache Storytelling LLC will share a flash back or two from days of yore in good ol’ Cache Valley, Utah. He’s been a professional singer and voice artist for more than 40 years who, not long ago, was encouraged to explore the possibilities of adding professional storytelling to his repertoire. He lives in beautiful Cache Valley with his sweetheart of 45 years, Katie. They were blessed with 2 daughters and 10 grandchildren.  www.waynemckay.com




October  26th & 27th 2018


Logan’s Central Park Tunnels

200 East Center Street



(7 & Younger)

5:00pm – 6:00pm

(children must be accompanied by an adult)

– no infants please –


$4 per person


(up to 24 hrs. before the event)

$2 per person


(8 & Older)

7:00pm – 9:00pm

(children under 12 yrs of age must be accompanied by an adult)

– no infants please –


$10 per person


(up to 24 hrs. before the event)

$6 per person


Seating is “limited” so click on the ticket icon below or “TICKETS” on the menu bar above and get your tickets NOW!