Shop Downtown
Shopping | Eat & Drink | Places to Stay

Welcome to Downtown Hammond, Oregon

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Things are better in Downtown Hammond

Hammond offers many downtown shopping options and you are sure to find what you are looking for by browsing the streets of downtown Hammond, Oregon. When staying in Hammond, be sure to ask if you are situated conveniently downtown which can put you in walking distance of your favorite shops. It's easy to find your favorite dining cuisine by searching for Hammond restaurants.

Just remember that whatever you decide to do that "Things are better downtown!"





Places to Eat & Drink

South Jetty
1015 Pacific Drive
Downtown Hammond


Places to Stay

We Love Downtown

BOB BLACKMAN
Just a fun place to visit.

Deborah Wilson
We enjoy local dining and shopping.

Jennifer Murphy
It's our town!

DIANA MUEHLHAUSEN
Whenever we travel north, we stop for a couple extra days of shopping and relaxing in Ashland Oregon. Quaint, pretty, relaxing Ashland.

Mary Ann Schlumpberger
It is just a fun place to go! Love Blind Georges' popcorn

Deborah Berg
It's beautiful.

Tracy Hart
Just purchased a home nearby and am looking forward to shopping in the area

HILDA SMITH
It has some unique stores.

Kathleen Zimmerman
I get the best of both worlds of big city living and upper peninsula awareness.

Aimee Cavill
Love to wander through this beautiful town and I love the wineries!

Crstal Howley
Hoping to enjoy your downtown. This is my first trip!!!

kristin Cutler
It's so cute and quaint.

Tammy Benson
Shopping eating and site seing

Christie
Downtown Salem is getting better and better - love the small businesses!

Shari
the scenery, the people, love the activities that go on, even on holidays Ashland is the best to be in, the adventures and animals you can see on a daily bases, and most of all, kid friendly

Nitroponics - Kent-Coffey

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