The CPA manages pocket parks and soft surface trails for the private use of CPA members. Currently, there are three (3) pocket parks, with more planned as the community grows.
The CPA also manages a growing network of trails to provide recreational opportunities as well as connectivity between neighborhoods. More trails are planned to be constructed by the Master Developer in the coming years.
In addition to private internal trails, the CPA is supportive of a proposed paved public transportation trail planned along SR-248 to link neighborhoods in Hideout Canyon to Jordanelle State Park and eventually the Kamas Valley.
Please see the attached CPA Trails & Parks map for more information. You may also pick up a hard copy of the map at Sea to Ski offices.