Dixfield, Maine Travel Information Guide
Dining establishments in Dixfield include a take-out restaurant and another restaurant called “Just Over The Bridge”, which has a sign advertising italian sandwiches among other foods and drinks. There is a Chinese restaurant as well, called “China One”, which allows for either take-out or eat-in purchases. The take-out restaurant offers hotdogs, icecream, and other foods. There was formerly a diner in Dixfield but it has gone out of business. There are no fast food chain outlets in Dixfield. Pizza and hamburgers are also available, and there is a business which is a combination antiques store and bakery.
Dixfield has a hardware store, gift shop, three convenience stores, gas stations, an antiques store, and a few other businesses. There is a bank near the largest convenience store and the Irving gas station. Auto repair services are available in Dixfield. There is also a small store with no sign indicating its name and a soda machine next to the front door.
Dixfield does not offer much lodging, but does have a campground. The campground has a pool, it is possible to use a canoe there, and it has a playground. A laundromat, camp store, and full hook-ups are available. Its website is located at mountainviewcampground.com. Although a large white building in Dixfield has a sign referring to it as an inn, it is no longer a lodging establishment and is rented out to businesses. More lodging is available in the towns of Wilton and Rumford.
There is also a town office, which is next to the Ludden Memorial Library, a post office, and some small parks. Not far from the town office, and on the other side of the road, there is a large wooden carving of a moose. According to the website of the area’s Chamber of Commerce, the carving was made by using only a chainsaw.
The nearest radio station, WTME AM-780, is located in Rumford. It broadcasts religious programming in most of the morning and CNN news in the mid/late-afternoon and night. There is a newspaper based in Rumford called the “Rumford Falls Times” which covers Dixfield, Mexico and other neighboring towns.
Nearby towns include Canton, Mexico, and Rumford. Canton is a smaller town which has several convenience stores and a few other businesses. Businesses in the town of Mexico include a Wal-Mart, a Subway sandwich restaurant, and an electronics store. Rumford is a substantially larger town which has a McDonald’s restaurant, a grocery store, an inn, and a bed & breakfast among other businesses.
More information about Dixfield can be found on the town office’s website at dixfield.org.