1. Spend the day on the lake

Oquirrh Lake is a man-made lake located in the Lower Villages of Daybreak. The lake opened to non-motorized boating in Spring 2006. Oquirrh Lake, sometimes referred to as Daybreak Lake, is an amenity for Daybreak residents and is not open to the public. Oquirrh Lake is currently owned and maintained by Daybreak Community Association (HOA), which means that it is considered private property. The body of water covers 67-acres, but because of the unusual and meandering shape—the lake is nearly a mile in length from north to south. Unless you’re competing in the annual Daybreak Triathlon, swimming and wading are not allowed. Boats are available for checkout by residents at the Beach Club with an amenity card in one and a half hour increments. Boats must be captained at all times by a resident that is 14 years of age or older.

 

2. Explore new neighborhoods

Creekside Village: Located northwest of Oquirrh Lake, the Creekside Village is named after the beautiful creek that runs from Brookside Park into the lake.

Eastlake Village: located east of the Oquirrh Lake, it provides easy access to the long shoreline, lake activities & walking trails that extend the entire length of the lake.

Founders Village: Founders Village real estate is located on the south side of the Daybreak community and is close to some of the best amenities that Daybreak has to offer.

Garden Park: Daybreak’s first 55+ active adult community! Homes are designed to provide single-level & maintenance-free living with less yard work.

Northshore: There are great starter homes as well as large, single-family homes & maintenance-free homes for those looking to downsize.

Lake Village: Lake Village is built along the lake’s west shore & the east peninsula. Home designers took advantage of the awesome location to make unique homes that provide amazing views & usable yard space.

SoDa Row: Soda Row is Daybreak’s trendy downtown area, complete with ultra hip, urban-style townhomes and condominiums, within easy walking distance to the core’s many fantastic amenities.

South Station: South Station, one of the newest villages, is conveniently located near the TRAX South Station. Emphasizing urban style, homes and apartments are a simple stroll away from the UTA light rail platform.

Heights Park: Overlooking the other Daybreak neighborhoods as well as the sparkling Oquirrh Lake, the Heights Park real estate lies at a higher elevation than anywhere in the community.

Highland Park: Highland Park Village is the first village on the west side of the Mountain View Corridor just north of the new Smith’s commercial area

Springhouse Village 55+ Community.

The Island: Enjoy elite living on Island Village, at the center of Daybreak. Featuring 160 prime lots either right on the waterfront or less than 2 blocks from the lake. Easy access to 5 miles of shoreline and trails as well as two bridges connecting the island to all Daybreak has to offer.

 

 

 

3. Try out a new restaurant

 Cupbop: Cupbop is an American fast casual restaurant chain located in the U.S. Mountain states. They serve street-food style Korean barbecue, otherwise known as cup-bap. Cupbop started out as a food truck in Salt Lake County, Utah and has grown steadily

Maxwell Pizza: Pizzeria offering pizza by the slice, wings some pastas and drinks.

The Porch: Located on Daybreak’s SoDa Row (located the southwest corner of Kestrel Rise Road in South Jordan). The trendy modern Daybreak development is the perfect location for an incredible patio, Southern-style hospitality, and community camaraderie.

Tio’s Mexican Food: Local Mexican chain serving traditional dishes, plus beer, in a relaxed atmosphere.

The Break Sports Bar: The Break Sports Grill is South Jordan’s neighborhood sports bar with live entertainment, pool table, shuffle board, and lots more

The Coffee Break: New coffee shop serving delicious coffee and some baked goods.

 

 

4. Go for a walk around the scenic neighborhood

 

The trail that surrounds Oquirrh Lake is 3.4 miles long and is paved. A little bit longer than a 5K. Trails in Daybreak are designed specifically for pedestrians and bikers. Motorized vehicles are not allowed. Dogs, on the other hand, are not only allowed on the trails, they are welcomed. They just need to be on-leash at all times.  Daybreak community has a brand new park with lots of acres for the kids to explore.

 

5. Community events

There’s always something fun to do in Daybreak. Whether its for the family, date night or a solo outing there is endless activities for everyone. From soap box derby’s, marathons, dances, concerts to fitness classes, Daybreak has a great event calendar on their website were you can keep up with all of the fun events happening. You can access it here https://www.mydaybreak.com/live/.