|Fort Logan National Cemetery|
|Coordinates||39°38′49″N 105°02′53″W / 39.64694°N 105.04806°WCoordinates: 39°38′49″N 105°02′53″W / 39.64694°N 105.04806°W|
|Type||United States National Cemetery|
|Size||214 acres (0.87 km2)|
|No. of graves||>148,000|
|Find a Grave||Fort Logan National Cemetery|
Fort Logan National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery in Denver, Colorado. Fort Logan, a former U.S. Army installation, was named after Union General John A. Logan, commander of US Volunteer forces during the American Civil War. It contains 214 acres (87 ha) and has over 122,000 interments as of 2014. It was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2016.
Fort Logan itself was established on October 31, 1887, and was in continuous use until 1946 when most of the acreage except for the cemetery was turned over to the state of Colorado. The national cemetery was created in 1950.