Dairy Creek Park

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515 SW 17th Avenue
Hillsboro, OR 97123

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Park Description

This 24 acre neighborhood park includes a developed portion and a large natural area. In 1988, the City received a donation of approximately 15 acres of floodplain property on Dairy Creek. Subsequently, through donation and purchase, additional parcels were added so the park now provides eighteen acres of natural area and six acres of park area. Construction of the park started in June 2003 and finished with a dedication celebration on May 11, 2005.

The developed portion of the park has paved walking paths, a basketball court, a playground, a softball field with soccer field overlay, artificial turf inserts on the soccer field goal areas, two parking areas, open lawn for play and picnicking, and extensive landscaping and lighting in the parking and main path areas.

The park has an open and inviting feel, with a variety of features set against the backdrop of woodland in the creek corridor. Paved paths provide easy access throughout the park and soft-surface pathways provide access to the natural area along the creek. The park can be accessed via two entrances located on along SW Walnut Avenue. An accessible restroom is available. 

Softball and Soccer Field Reservations:

  •  From April 1 – August 1, the softball fields are reserved for Hillsboro Girls Softball Association:
    • Monday – Friday, 5 pm – dark
    • Saturday, 8 am – 5 pm
  • From August 2 – December 1, The soccer fields are reserved for Hillsboro Soccer Club:
    • Monday – Friday, 5 pm – dark
    • Saturday, 8 am – 5 pm


Basketball Court image Basketball Court
The full basketball court is surrounded by lawn and can be accessed from the nearby main path.
Accessible Bench image Benches
Several benches are provided throughout the park along the main path.
Image Accessible Natural Area Nature Area
The wooded natural area along Dairy Creek, on the west edge of the park, provides a peaceful place to stroll and spot wildlife.
Accessible Parking image Parking
Off-street, accessible parking is provided off of SW Walnut Avenue.
Image Accessible Paved Paths Path
There are paved and unpaved paths. A six-foot wide paved path loops around the developed portion of the park and connects to the natural area. Several meandering soft-surface paths on the west end of the park provide access to a wooded area leading to Dairy Creek.
Image Accessible Picnic Shelter Picnic Shelter
The surface of the picnic shelter is fully paved and the shelter has accessible picnic tables.
Accessible Picnic Table Image Picnic Tables
There are two picnic areas at the park. Picnic areas are on a fully paved surface and there are several accessible picnic tables provided.
Accessible Play image Playground
The playground has an accessible play structure and several swing sets. The surface of the playground has wood chips and can be accessed from the path by a ramp.
Accessible Restroom image Restrooms
There is an accessible portable restroom near the softball field and playground on the east side of the park.
Image Accessible Soccer Field Soccer Field
The soccer field extends south from the softball field.
Image Accessible Baseball Field Softball Field
The softball field can be accessed a short distance from the main path on the east side of the park.

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