Silver Springs is a beautiful Park City community that makes a peaceful home with its relaxed vibe and quiet, tree-lined streets. It has easy access to two lakes and trails that lead to multi-purpose parks. But local recreation doesn’t stop there. Silver Springs is conveniently located close to many Park City attractions, opening more options for leisure.
With vaccines now available and pandemic restrictions easing up, there is no shortage of activities you can safely engage in when you live in Silver Springs. Here are several activities you can enjoy in and around the neighborhood.
Big Lake and Little Lake
Open to Silver Springs residents, Big Lake is a wonderful place to enjoy the water. Here, you can paddle in a canoe or kayak or ride your paddleboard. A smaller lake called Little Lake can also be found in the area.
Multi-purpose parks in Silver Springs
You can enjoy picnics with the whole family in Willow Creek Park, which also has tennis, basketball, and volleyball courts, playgrounds, multi-purpose playing fields, a fenced-in dog park, and a pond. Meanwhile, Matt Knoop Park features a turf soccer field and a playground that bigger kids can enjoy.
Mountain biking and hiking in Park City
Park City, with its 450+ miles of public trails, is the first Gold Level Ride Center designated by the International Mountain Bicycling Association. You can easily find a trail to suit your preferences.
Utah Olympic Park
Utah Olympic Park was constructed for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games. It spans nearly 400 acres, and offers a host of adventures including zip lines, Nordic ski jumps, and more. It also houses the George Eccles Salt Lake 2002 Winter Games Museum, where you can virtually experience winter sports through interactive exhibits.
Woodward Park City
Enjoy action sports all year round at Woodward Park City. You can go skiing, snowboarding, and tubing in the winter, or mountain biking during the rest of the year. The campus also has facilities for BMX, skateboarding, scooter, parkour, and cheer, complete with trampolines, foam pits, and airbags. There’s a cafe and bar if you want to take a breather or just chill out.
Park City Main Street
Historic Park City is always a joy to explore. It has a lot to offer with its restaurants, boutiques, and galleries. Drop by the shops, bookstores, and cafes during the day, or hang out in the clubs and wine bars at night. You can rest assured that these businesses are following public health and safety protocols so you can stroll, shop, and dine without worry.
A lot of activities await you in and around the Silver Springs neighborhood. Find out more about the Park City lifestyle. Call Team Schlopy today at (435) 640-5660 or email email@example.com.