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Discover Dixon, Wyoming: Western Charm and Local History

Dixon, Wyoming, is a charming western town that retains its cowboy roots, and is known for hosting the annual Little Snake River Valley Rodeo.  The town is also located near the Red Desert, a unique and ecologically significant region home to rare plant species, the world's largest herd of desert elk, and historic landmarks. The nearby Russell Community Park hosts the Snake River Lion's Club Rodeo every July, while the Little Snake River Valley Museum showcases the history of the area, including the home and cabin of Jim Baker, an important mountain man and explorer.

Dixon, Wyoming

Relax and Unwind in Dixon's Laid-Back Atmosphere

Dixon's easy pace of life is a big part of its charm. Visitors can unwind at the historic Dixon Club, which has been a popular watering hole for weary travelers passing through the valley for generations. Take a stroll through town and soak up the relaxed atmosphere or chat with locals and hear some of the area's tall tales.

Whether you're seeking outdoor adventure or a laid-back getaway, Dixon, Wyoming, is a hidden gem that offers something for everyone.

The Boyer YL Ranch

The Boyer YL Ranch

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. For more information call 307-383-7778.

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Dixon Wyoming Battle Hwy

A Must-See Destination

The ghost town of Battle is a must-see destination for anyone interested in the history of Wyoming. Located along Scenic Byway 70 near Battle Pass, the town offers a glimpse into the past that is both fascinating and poignant. Whether you're a history buff, an avid photographer, or simply someone who enjoys exploring the great outdoors, a visit to Battle is sure to be a memorable experience.

Things to Do & See in Savery

Little Snake River Museum

The Little Snake River Museum offers a unique opportunity to explore the rich history of the secluded ranching valley. With over 15 historic buildings and countless exhibits, and stories of a bygone era.

Battle Highway

The Battle Highway along Wyoming’s Highway 70 stretches across the Sierra Madre Mountains from Encampment to Baggs. Come enjoy this road from Memorial Day through October.

Medicine Bow National Forest

Nestled in the southeast corner of Wyoming lies the Medicine Bow National Forest, a sprawling natural wonderland that spans over 1,093,618 acres. The forest boasts of stunning mountain peaks and pristine lakes.

Carbon County Rodeos

Get ready for a western adventure you won't soon forget! Whether you are a seasoned cowboy or a city slicker, the rodeo is an experience you won't want to miss.

Hunting in Carbon County

Carbon County is a prime destination for hunting enthusiasts. With a diverse range of wildlife and habitats, including mule deer, elk, antelope, moose, and bighorn sheep.


Shopping and Dining in Dixon, Wyoming

Dixon Wyoming

Carbon County offers a unique shopping and dining experience for visitors. The charming downtowns of Rawlins, Saratoga, and Encampment offer a variety of locally-owned shops and boutiques, where visitors can find one-of-a-kind gifts, souvenirs, and handmade crafts. From antique stores to western wear shops, there is something for everyone. -  The Dixon Club, a historic watering hole, and the Dixon Town Hall, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, offer a glimpse into the town's past.

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Battle Pass & Little Snake River Valley

Battle Pass is A 57-mile paved highway over the crest of the Sierra Madre Mountains of the Medicine Bow National Forest. This drive is a beautiful route that climbs high over the Sierra Madre of southeastern Wyoming. Two miles west of the Continental Divide is a turnout overlooking Battle Lake and a monument to Thomas A. Edison.

The Little Snake River Museum located in Savery, Wyoming is home to over 15 historic buildings and countless exhibits depicting the rich history of this secluded ranching valley.

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