In Daybreak, home is a verb.

Hit the trail. Row your boat. Swim some laps. Shoot some hoops. Head to the park. Work on your forehand. Steal a base. Score a goal. Or just hang out next to the fire pit in SoDa Row village center. We’re not sure exactly how many ways there are to enjoy the Utah outdoors. But we do know that Daybreak puts a lot of them within walking or biking distance of your home.

A partial list:
• 67-acre Oquirrh Lake • 22-mile trail network • Ball fields • Volleyball courts • Two swimming pools • Six community gardens (with almost 300 individual garden plots) • Tennis courts • Soccer fields • Two splash parks • At least one park within a five-minute walk of every home • Dozens of acres left to nature • Complimentary boat checkout for Daybreak residents

Discovering Daybreak – SoDa Row and South Station Villages

Some people just need a touch of urban zip in their lives. And that’s why we created our SoDa Row and South Station villages in Daybreak. Together, they make a place where your cool, urban town home comes with shops, restaurants and a light rail station right in the neighborhood. And yet it’s also a ...

By |March 27th, 2017|Outdoor Lifestyle, Shopping & Dining, New Homes in Daybreak, Utah, SoDa Row|Comments Off on Discovering Daybreak – SoDa Row and South Station Villages

Explore Heights Park

It began with a pretty simple idea: Create a spot where people can get up high and take in the views of the mountains and the surrounding area. From there, “the mound” in Daybreak’s new Heights Park was conceived. The mound measures over 20’ from top to bottom and is the obviously unusual signature element ...

Say “Hello” to Spring at Daybreak!

While our spring season has started off a little wet, sunshine will be back in the forecast soon. Which means it is a great time to get out and explore all of the awesomeness in the neighborhood! In Daybreak the ideas for outdoor adventure are unlimited, but we’ve narrowed down a few of our favorites. ...

By |May 3rd, 2016|Outdoor Lifestyle|Comments Off on Say “Hello” to Spring at Daybreak!

Register Now for the Daybreak Triathlon

The eighth annual Daybreak Triathlon will take place later this year on Saturday, June 4. The race offers both Sprint and Olympic distances and attracts elite local athletes as well as beginners. The bike course begins in Daybreak, then goes out to the Kennecott Copper mine and back. The running course follows the trail systems around ...

By |January 21st, 2016|Outdoor Lifestyle, Events|Comments Off on Register Now for the Daybreak Triathlon

Urban Living At Daybreak

Chances are if you've lived in Daybreak for a bit you know the Menzer family. This outgoing family of four (Kroger, Heather, Bradley and Sophie) take full advantage of life at Daybreak. For the last few years, they have lived just steps from Oquirrh Lake in a town home built by Sego Homes in the ...

Help Name The New Daybreak Park

The last few weeks there has been a lot of buzz in the community about the new Daybreak park. Residents have wondered "What's with the poles?".  Several residents have even created fun nicknames for the new park built adjacent to the Brightdoor Home Gallery--including Rollie Pollie, Ewok and Outpost Park. So what is this park ...

A Sugar House Family Moves to Lake Village

Their friends had one question: why? Cathy and Garr Smith had lived in Salt Lake’s celebrated Sugar House neighborhood for 18 years. They loved the nearby shops and cafes. They loved the urban energy of the place. And they adored their quintessential brick Tudor. So why in the world were they moving to Lake Village ...

By |June 22nd, 2015|Home Design, Outdoor Lifestyle, Schools, Daybreak residents|Comments Off on A Sugar House Family Moves to Lake Village

Community Gardens–Veggies, blooms and friendship

Community Gardens, like the one’s in Daybreak , help build roots with neighbors and create a deeply connected community. During the Summer months, residents are able to participate in one of six community gardens that encompasses more than 250 garden plots! At Daybreak residents are growing more than just vegetables, they are spending time with family, ...

By |May 19th, 2015|Outdoor Lifestyle, Community Gardens, Sustainability|Comments Off on Community Gardens–Veggies, blooms and friendship



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South Jordan, UT 84009

From I-15 or Bangerter Hwy. go west on either 10600 S. or 11400 S., then follow the signs to the Glass House Information Center.

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