Pendleton Farmers Market
If it’s Friday Evening (May-October) you can’t miss the Pendleton Farmers Market.
Staplemans Custom Boot Shop
Staplemans Custom Boot Shop hosts four artisans that make and repair custom leather goods. Order boots, shoes, belts, chaps, bags, and more made to your specification!
Pendleton Hat Co.
Pendleton Hat Company
Perk Perkins, Master Hatter
Western – Fedora – Custom – New – Refurbished – Cleaned & Blocked
Montana Peaks Hat Co.
Montana Peaks Hat Co. is located in downtown Pendleton, Oregon.
From cowboys and ranchers to bankers and actors, we cater to the truly discriminating felt hat wearer. Our hats are all handmade and customized by shape, fit and accessories. Using traditional methods handed down through generations, each hat is made with the exacting standards you expect from a well-made hat.
We believe there is no substitute for quality, and we stand by every hat we build. Check us out and we are sure you will agree–our hats are unsurpassed in quality and value!
WHAT SET’S US APART – Each hat is custom made therefore direct personal contact with our customers is necessary for each order.
Hamley Western Store & Saddle Shop
Welcome to Hamley & Co! Join us in this exciting adventure. We are proud to have you, too, “Ride for the Brand.”
To all of you, from all of us at Hamley & Co., thank you and Happy Shopping!
Barhyte Specialty Foods
Headquartered in the one of the Top 10 True Western towns -Pendleton, Oregon- Barhyte Specialty Foods thrives as a small family company doing what we do best: creating some of the most delicious mustards, marinades, wing sauces, and other gourmet condiments and never settling for anything less than the best.
A Piece of Pendleton
Locally made product and products representing Pendleton.
Pendleton Woolen Mills
Pendleton Woolen Mills crafts high quality wool clothing & blankets with designs that endure. The town of Pendleton, a major rail-head serving the Columbia Plateau, was a wool shipping center for sheep growers of the region. The mill, originally built in 1893, began as a wool scouring plant, which washed the raw wool before shipping. Today the mill stands on the same foundation as it did in 1909, but has added a retail operation along with investments in state-of-the-art technology.
Woolen Mill Tours are Fun, Free and Fabulous!