It may be a small town, but Dixon knows how to attract attention. Looking for the perfect day trip to gain a little relaxation or perspective? Why not try a scenic overlook that attracts artists, photographers and nature lovers? Your refuge lies just north of Interstate 44, where Dixon blends nature’s beauty, outdoor recreation and a welcoming community. Dixon is home to some of Pulaski County USA’s best camping, whether you’re pitching a tent or own an RV. Soak up the sun on the Gasconade River as you paddle its waters in a canoe. Golfers can work on their handicap on the beautiful nine-hole golf course. An afternoon at Portuguese Point provides an extraordinary view of the Missouri landscape. Formed by two large rock formations 400 feet above the Gasconade River, the surrounding valley that once provided land for cattle and sheep farmers is now an inspiring perspective for artists and photographers.
If you’re fortunate enough to be in town during one of our annual festivals, stop by and see why Dixon’s hospitality is unparalleled. Dixon’s annual Cow Days Festival is sure to please and you could walk away as the proud owner of a cow! This annual festival shows off all the things that make Dixon both timeless and progressive. Dixon is the “Branson” of Pulaski County. Nationally recognized, and local talent, are both showcased at Music In The Barn and Missouri Festival Park.
To learn more about events, things to do, and for hotel, lodging, dining, and outfitter information visit http://www.PulaskiCountyUSA.com
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To see upcoming events, shows, and performances at The Barn near Dixon, Missouri visit: http://www.thebakerband.com