Dixon is a small town almost against the Colorado border in south-central Wyoming. Although Dixon is named for the famous trapper Bob Dixon, the town is more western than trapper/mountain man.

Dixon's Russell Park plays host to the Little Snake River Valley Rodeo, put on every year in July by the local Lion's Club. With its walls covered with area antiques and mementos, the Dixon Club, a long-time watering hole, was built in 1911 and still serves many a tired and thirsty traveler. There's just something to be said for the ambience of an old fashioned jukebox, eclectic western atmosphere and friendly bartenders... besides, it's the only real gathering place in town.

The Dixon Town Hall has seen more prosperous days but is still listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Originally, the town hall building housed the Stockgrowers Bank of Dixon, then served as a soda fountain in the early 1940's, a small mercantile in the late 1940's, then as a meeting hall for the Little Snake River Veterans of Foreign Wars and most recently as the town hall.