This study develops residents’ community attachment scale in tourist destination. Based on literature review, three underlying dimensions of the residents’ community attachment are identified: identity, dependence, and social friendship. Thirty items used in previous studies are reviewed and modified. Fifteen items are selected based on reliability test of the pilot study data. A survey is conducted in Hahoe village in Andong, Kyongsang Buk Do Province, Korea. Final attachment scale is found after verification process with reliability and validity tests. Fourteen items for three dimensions are found as valid in measuring community attachment. The construct and scale of community attachment are found to be useful in tourism development by estimating the residents’ behaviors.