As the Host City of the Little Snake River Valley Rodeo, Dixon, like the entire valley, has never strayed far from its western roots. Named for the trapper, Bob Dixon, the town has a wonderful charm and laid-back style. The Dixon Town Hall is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Built in 1911, the Dixon Club has been a longtime watering hole for weary travelers passing through the valley. Its walls are covered with antiques and mementos of the area, so make sure to set aside a few extra minutes to explore and enjoy this piece of local history.

Dixon, Wyoming

The towns of Savery, Dixon, and Baggs, follow the line of Savery Creek as it crosses the valley, providing irrigation for the expanses of farmland all around. Few places offer as much for sportsmen and adventurers as the Little Snake River Valley. Hunting, fishing, and camping, the valley has it all. The wide-open country ensures an experience that is hard to find anywhere else. Are you up to the challenge?

Among the landmarks of the Dixon/Savery area is the Little Snake River Valley Museum, which is on the National Register of Historic Buildings. It’s open from Memorial Day to late October, which gives visitors a chance to see and enjoy the rich history of the area. An important part of that history is the two-story log cabin sitting on the museum grounds. This cabin was built by, and was the long time home of, Jim Baker. Baker was an important figure in the valley, first as a mountain man and explorer, then later as one of the original settlers and local traders. Nearby Baker Peak is named for him. Baker and his wife, along with other family members, are buried in the Baker Family Cemetery a mile outside of Savery.

Ghost Town of Battle was first established as a community for miners and loggers. Mining occurred at Rudefeha and Rambler two local miners where the town people worked. The ore mined from Rudefeha by Battle's population would then be shipped to Encampment to be smelted. When the mines closed the town slowly died into a ghost town. Battle township is located along Scenic Byway 70 near Battle Pass the towns namesake.

The Boyer YL Ranch 307-383-7778 Physical Location: along the Savery river between Baggs & Savery Description / Amenities: ADA The Boyer YL Ranch has been a favorite guest ranch since 1926. Located along the Savery River in Southern Wyoming, close to the Colorado border this historic site offers accommodations for up to 18  people. Individual guests, groups and families are invited to enjoy horse back riding, tennis, swimming, hiking, mountain biking, fishing, gourmet cooking and more. We can also accommodate family reunions, seminars, workshops or just a group of your friends. Rates start at $135 per day including meals Visit Website

The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests extend from north central Colorado to central Wyoming. The Forests encompass portions of many mountain ranges including the Gore Range, Flat Tops, Parks Range, Medicine Bow Mountains, Sierra Madre, and Laramie Range. Fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and camping are all recreational opportunities available in the Medicine  Bow National Forest near Dixon. Visit Website

Little Snake River Museum is located in south-central Wyoming near the Colorado border in Savery. It was the  Savery School for many years until 1972 when the Little Snake River Valley Schools were consolidated and all valley students were sent to Baggs. This main building houses several exhibits including the Dr. Noyes Room and the John Terrill Room. There are several more rooms brimming with various items from the Valley's past. Also on the grounds are other buildings from around the valley that reflect the history of the community. Outside is a barbecue unit and picnic tables. The public may use these facilities. Large tours or activities should be arranged for in advance. 

The Red Desert Tucked away in southwestern Wyoming, the Red Desert remains one of the last high-desert ecosystems in North America. The Red Desert encompasses more than eight million acres of public lands that contain many unique things. Among its inhabitants are the world's largest herd of desert elk, 50,000 pronghorn antelope, historic landmarks, rare plant species and primitive rock art.


East of Dixon is Russell Community Park The Snake River Lion's Club Rodeo is held every July at Russell Park. The Events Center at the Park is used for regularly scheduled roping and horsemanship events.



Drinks & Dining in Dixon

The Dixon Club

217 Cottonwood St., Dixon, Wyoming

The Dixon Club

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East of Dixon is Russell Community Park The Snake River Lion's Club Rodeo is held every July at Russell Park. The Events Center at the Park is used for regularly scheduled roping and horsemanship events.



Shopping - Dixon

The Stage Stop (Baggs) Groceries, Supplies, Hunting & Fishing Licenses 307-383-6955



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