McKay Creek Golf Course

1416 Northwest Jackson Street
Hillsboro, OR 97124

503-693-7612

About:

McKay Creek Golf Course & Driving Range is built on the old Naught dairy site, which spans McKay Creek on the west side of the city of Hillsboro. The original property had numerous outbuildings, an 80 foot tall round cement silo, and a large 3 level barn. The only surviving building is the farmhouse, built in 1929, which serves as the clubhouse.

In 1995 when the Reding family purchased the farm, as well as additional acreage from adjoining properties, it was being used for crop farming and raising cattle. Its numerous old fence lines were choked with trees and brush, and the open areas were being slowly filled by scrub brush, poison oak, and native trees such as Oregon ash, Ninebark, and Hawthorne, and non-native species of wild blackberries and canary grass.

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