A division point along the Northern Pacific Railroad, Dixon sits on the Flathead Indian Reservation along the Flathead River. Watch wildlife at the nearby 18,500-acre National Bison Range, home to bison, black bear, elk, deer and more than 200 species of birds. You haven't tasted Montana until you've tasted a Dixon Melon, which you can find at farmers markets, namely Missoula and Whitefish, and also some at some grocery stores in the region.
Sunday brunch calls from the Dixon Mercantile. In fact, brunch-lovers from far and wide line up before the doors even open. Arrive early enough to get the biscuits and gravy before they sell out. This farm-to-table brunch experience is not to be missed.
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