Hidden Creek Country Club
What is now known today as the Hidden Creek Country Club opened up as the North Shore Golf Course in 1964 before any residents had moved to Reston. It was developed using an underground irrigation system using water from Lake Anne and was designed by architect Edmund B. Ault.
The 1960's Reston Story publication predicted Reston would have two lakes, two eighteen-hole golf courses and three nine-hole golf courses. In the end, this golf course and just one other were built in south Reston.
In June 1970, it became a part of a new private Reston Golf and Country Club. A clubhouse was designed by David R. Gallagher, AIA. In 1983, it was purchased by new owners and renamed the Hidden Creek Country Club.