In Daybreak your home is more than a home. It’s a beautiful, comfortable basecamp. The jumping-off point that launches you into an endless list of adventures built right into the community. So put on your hiking shoes, load up your bike or paddleboard, and bring your appetite. This is going to be fun.
We’re not talking yogurt. We’re talking art. Music. Acts of self-expression, both random and beautifully planned by Daybreak’s lifestyle director and the incredibly creative staff at LiveDAYBREAK. This is about the wall murals in SoDa Row. The “Bike Monster” sculptures that inhabit Daybreak’s trail network. Utility boxes transformed into art pieces. It’s about spontaneous pop-up experiences: live concerts, dance recitals and martial arts demonstrations. It’s about a fantastical new public library and multiple “Little Free Libraries.” In other words, this is about the actual, intellectual, exuberantly cultural life of Daybreak.
Parks By The Dozen
Actually about three dozen, by last count, with more parks on the way. Why so many? Because we want everyone living in Daybreak to be able to walk to at least one park in five minutes or less. And we think of parks as an art form. So like the homes of Daybreak, the parks here are all unique. Here’s just a sampling …
And really, who isn’t? The neighborhood pool turns a sizzling Saturday into a tiny tropical holiday. If you’re into fitness, it also offers a bracing alternative to the early-morning run. And in Daybreak, the pools aren’t just pools. They’re true residents-only community hubs, each offering its own mix of activities.
Welcome to one of Daybreak’s signature features. A 67-acre freshwater lake, surrounded by trails, parkland and stunning lakeside homes. And filled with bass, catfish, trout and adventure. Bring your kayak, canoe or stand up paddle board. Or, if you’re a resident, help yourself to one of ours. Click below to learn about boat rentals, sailing lessons and more.
Daybreak’s Lower Villages have Oquirrh Lake. And our Upper Villages will soon have the Watercourse, a meandering waterway that will let you paddle all through the neighborhood. Or climb aboard our magical electrical Duffy boat for a ride to our soon-to-be waterside gathering place, the Cove.
The Loop is what we call the network of trails, bicycle highways and park spaces that wind their way through the Upper Villages, stretching over to the shops and eateries of SoDa Row. Along the Loop you’ll find places to read a book under a shady tree, toss the frisbee with a friend or just chill next to the Watercourse. Or if you’re up for some serious two-wheeled adventure, take your skills (and your helmet) to The Spoke.
We just have to say, we’re pretty excited about this. And if you’re a mountain biker, rollerblader, skateboarder or even just a wee Strider Bike-rider, you will be too. The Spoke is a series of features — jumps, berms, gaps, etc. — being built into a long stretch of the Loop. It’s like a long linear bike park with something for every skill level. And the highlight of The Spoke? A pump track designed and built by Velosolutions of Switzerland. So, are you excited?
It may be last on the list but this facet of Daybreak is one of the most life-enriching of all. Right within Daybreak, you can hop on your bike and ride to 15 different eateries, from burger joint to Korean barbecue to sports pub to high-end farm-to-table. Seven unique shops. And 18 handy services. Toss in a new public library and, soon, a fantastic outdoor performance venue, and what you have is real town living. Convenient, healthy and just plain fun.
If you simply want to get a feel for Daybreak and drive by our model homes and quick move-in homes, go to TourDaybreak.com on your mobile device to find an interactive map that will direct you to all our models and available new homes.
Take a Self-Guided Tour
If you’re on your mobile device and want to cruise around Daybreak and drive by our model homes and quick move-in homes, use the interactive map on TourDaybreak.com to get directions to all our models and available new homes.