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We’ve collected a number of maps of Vernon, and we’d be happy to post any others you may discover — just email us with a link or PDF file!

Google maps:

Vernon, Vermont

Highway map

Vermont Department of Transportation Town Highway Map (PDF)

Road names map

Windham Regional Commission Road Names Map of Vernon (PDF)

Town Plan Maps (2011)

Natural Resources

Existing Land Use

Future Land Use

Transportation, Community Facilities and Utilities

(see also the full Vernon Town Plan)

Bike Routes maps

Windham Regional Commission Bike Routes Map (Southeastern Vermont, including Vernon) (PDF)

Connecticut River Scenic Byway Bike Map (includes sections in Vernon)

National Map

Vernon maps and information from the U.S. Geological Survey. You may select multiple data layers and zoom in for higher resolutions.

Roaring Brook Wildlife Management Area

PDF description and map from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department


J. Maynard Miller Municipal Forest (Vernon Town Forest with black gum swamps)

Brattleboro area hiking trails (includes a Vernon trail in Fort Dummer State Park)

Connecticut River Wantastiquet Region Heritage Trail (includes a portion through Vernon)

Vernon Airports

There are two registered airports in Vernon. In both cases, call ahead before landing — owner permission is required!

Miller Farm AirfieldMAP

Blodgett AirfieldMAP

Water Features and Resources

Windham Regional Commission Water Features Map (Southeastern Vermont, including Vernon) (PDF)

Vernon Water Resources (Connecticut River Joint Commissions, 2008)

Regional boating map (Connecticut River Joint Commissions) — boating info

Additional Map Resources:

Windham Regional Commission maps index page

Vermont Agency of Natural Resources Geological Survey online maps and reports (many maps of geological features of regions that include Vernon)

Vernon in 1869

Town map from the 1869 F. W. De Beers atlas of Windham County (includes business directory)

Historical topographical maps

The town falls into four different U.S. Geological Survey quadrants, so it takes four maps to cover the town. The following maps are downloadable in high-resolution PDF format from the University of New Hampshire’s collection of historic USGS maps. (If the linked image opens in your browser, you may need to click on it to enlarge.)