Tennis anyone? Swimming? Yoga?
Art class? Chit chat?
You often see them called “recreation centers.” Here in Daybreak, we prefer the term “community center.” Because we think of these places as social magnets that draw the community together. We plan on adding community centers as Daybreak grows. Here are ones we have right now:
Daybreak’s first community center features a full gym, indoor track, cardio and weight equipment and a range of classes, from yoga to photography. And it’s attached to Daybreak Elementary, making it very convenient for parents and kids. The Eastlake swimming pool includes a splash park and is adjacent to a big sports field and two tennis courts. The Garden Club offers a pool, fitness rooms and gathering spaces just for the residents of Garden Park, Daybreak’s easy-living village for people age 55+.
With more than 4,126 acres to enjoy at Daybreak no wonder our residents always have something fun to enjoy. The adventures really are limitless, but here’s our top 10 list of things to do at Daybreak. 1. Explore Parks, Playgrounds and Pools There are literally dozens of playgrounds to explore and tons of green space […]Read more
Tired of sitting at home with nothing to do after the grandkids leave? If so, you may need new neighbors like the ones that Dan and Dona Shelly became friends with when they moved from California to Utah and purchased a home in Garden Park Village at Daybreak, an easy-living village just for people age […]Read more
Get tips and have a good time meeting your neighbors at the annual Garden Affair on Saturday, April 27th from 8am-1pm at the Daybreak Community Center.Read more
A big part of the Daybreak plan has always been to provide flexible transportation options, and we continue to seek ways to add new ones all the time. The overall trail system throughout the community is getting close to 50 miles now, and TRAX will begin service in the summer of 2011. So, in cooperation […]Read more