Vernon is a town in Vernon Township, Jennings County, Indiana, United States. As of the 2010 census, the town population was 318. As the county seat of Jennings County, it is the smallest town with that designation in the state of Indiana. It is nearly surrounded by the Muscatatuck River. Vernon has the only elected mayor of a town in the state of Indiana and the only elected town marshal.
The City of North Vernon is located in south central Indiana in Jennings County. The city boasts ample outdoor spaces to enjoy activities like golf, kayaking, fishing, hunting, wooded trails for walking, running and biking, several different styles of parks and a new swimming facility.
The Jennings County Community Foundation is a countywide not-for-profit organization created to meet the needs of individual donors and Jennings County human service organizations. We offer a single philanthropic organization for donors of various interests and purposes.
Camping, hiking, biking and more are featured at Muscatatuck and Eco Lake Parks
There is something for everyone at the North Vernon City Park and Tripton Park.
Located in Hayden, Indiana the museum has artifacts and a rebuilt vintage gas station.
Located in Vernon and home to art galleries, classes, maker spaces, all contained in a 180 year old row house.