Hammond Reservation


Features:

The stone and earthen causeway in Hammond Reservation was originally a dam, creating an ice pond and livestock watering hole.

History:

Hammond Reservation was named for Edmond E. Hammond, a former AVIS president, and was purchased with funds provided by Edmond Hammond, Jr.

Deer Hunting:

Deer hunting with bow and arrow from tree stands will be allowed on this Reservation during the state bow hunting season. For more information, see here.

Size:

38 acres

Location:

Between Salem Street to the South and the Mary French Reservation to the North.

Parking:

Lot at Salem Street entrance to Skug Reservation. Limited parking on Rachel Road and Korinthian Way (access to Hammond through Mary French Reservation).

Warden Information:

Dennis Crispo
highpt@cliffhanger.com
(978) 858-0394

The Andover Village Improvement Society

P.O. Box 5097, Andover, MA 01810

members@avisandover.org

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