Three of the replica storefronts--Fred Johnson’s Barber Shop, Harris Mercantile, and John Iron’s Dixon Saloon --mirror the storefronts of pre-1940 Dixon.
At the Barber Shop, one could come by a haircut, shave, dentist work, or even "understanding mortuary service[s]." The Battle for Life storefront is that of the Battle Creek Store, which served upper river residents for many years. A livery stable represents the different stables found in the valley. Inside the building are farming and ranching equipment and a communications display.
Fred Johnson's Barber Shop
Battle for Life Store
John Iron's Dixon Saloon