Connecting Murray Cove To The Second Longest Trail Series In The Nation
This spring, Utah’s Number One Homebuilder connected one of its promising developments, Murray Cove, to the historic Jordan River Trail series.
Our development team has worked hard alongside Murray City to welcome Ivory Homes’ newest and biggest bridge into the community. It will connect the residents with the Jordan River trail series and several local parks.
Before the installation of the bridge, locals had to drive around other neighborhoods and across busy streets in order to enjoy the Cottonwood Grove Trail and nearby parks. Now it is an enjoyable, easy walk through the neighborhood and across the bridge right onto the trail.
As part of the “Golden Spoke” historic trail, the Cottonwood Grove section is part of over 100 miles of connected trails in the Jordan River Corridor and along the Wasatch Front. This makes it the second largest connected trail system in the nation.
The trail welcomes pedestrians, cyclists, runners and anyone seeking a connection with the beautiful Utah scenery just minutes out their doors. It also connects neighborhoods, cities, parks and people to each other and to our earth, offering a more environmentally friendly commuting option as well as leisurely recreation.
Symbolically a bridge represents progress, connection and stability – that is exactly what this Murray Cove bridge is bringing to residents and locals of Murray City.