(Barb and Jeff Meierhofer) Located off Raccoon Drive at the top of the development, over 2.5 miles of hiking and snowshoe trails. The trail cuts through the aspen and pine trees, alongside a beautiful stream and then crosses Danger Bridge over Lake Creek. Moose and deer are often present in the area. Benches will be added next to Lake Creek near the bridge in a secluded area to stop and take a pause or have a little lunch. Several loops add to the variety and enjoyment in this area.
(Dan Shroyer) 1.5-mile hiking trail, starts between lot #1307-1038 Beaver Bench Road on the west side of Timber Lakes. The hiking trail winds through the sage and oak trees, and has breathtaking views of the valley and Wasatch Mountains. Natural rock ledges and a maze through the trees make for interesting exploring.
(Chris Bala) Next to the maintenance shed, a lovely picnic area on the lake, and a hiking trail around the lake will eventually continue up to Club House Road. The trail goes through groves of trees and near the seasonal stream that feeds the lake and makes for easy foot travel for all ages.
(Monty Botosan and Josh Baresh) Located off Fir Run and Spring Creek Drive, lake trail, picnic area, great wildlife!
(Dave Read and Martha Gordon) Located between Hawk Lane, Eagle Drive and Fawn Way, easy access to launch a non-motorized boat, picnic, lake exploration and even sledding in winter.
(Mike Durr) Short hiking trail starts at the end of Clyde Lake Road, access to lake for non-motorized watercraft, picnic area to come. This area is being considered for a winter skating rink.
(Heidi Robertson) This family-friendly area will include a play area, nature trails, picnic spots. Under construction during 2012.
(Tom Metcalf) Hiking trail around beaver ponds and willow area connecting with Moose Trail North for longer excursions.
- Dave Read volunteered to build our Recycling Center.
- Jim Barton built/builds our kiosks.
- Jamie Hagan is getting our common areas and trails mapped via GPS.
- Jerry Hartshorn has donated time and talent to building benches.
- Rees Falkner is helping us tap into the brains and brawn of our local scout troops.
- Terrie Schultz and Bonny Armstrong have coordinated annual weed eradication and wildflower planting events.
- Erin Kemp coordinated our first-ever community open house, which was attended by more than 150 people!
- Al Katcher is just getting started on a project to beautify our gate area and minimize the “curb-non-appeal” created by our garbage area right next to our welcome gate.