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Dixie is a small, secluded community populated by just a handful of people. It is nestled deep in the Nez Perce National Forest. The town dates back to 1862 when gold ore was discovered in the area. Dixie and the surrounding area enjoy many visitors in the summer months coming to enjoy the hunting, fishing, hiking and mountain biking. Winter turns Dixie into a snowmobiling mecca. It is part of the groomed trail system connecting all communities in the area. The Gospel Hump and Frank Church Wilderness are just a hop, skip and jump from Dixie. It is a great staging point for wilderness adventures.

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Salmon River
You can reach a sandy boat ramp along the Salmon River by taking the Big Mallard Creek Road. The road is narrow and steep. 4 wheel drive with clearance is recommended.
Dixie is located about 30 miles southeast of Elk City and on the edge of the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness. To drive, head east on Highway 12 from Grangeville to Highway 14. You will head towards and past the Red River Ranger Station.
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