Vernon County, Missouri
Vernon County is a county located in west central Missouri and has a population of over 21,000 people countywide. Its county seat is Nevada. Vernon County lies between the metropolitan areas of Kansas City to the north and Joplin to the south. Interstate 49 runs through the county.
Activities for any of the four seasons appeal to the outdoor enthusiast with the mild climate experienced in Vernon County. For the avid outdoorsman, the area offers hunting, fishing, camping and trapping. Vernon County has over 16 thousand acres of dedicated conservation land.
Nevada offers family dining in an assortment of diners, delis, cafes and restaurants all offering delicious home cooking from breakfast to dinner. Vernon County is also home to a unique dining experience rarely found in a small community. In a rural, rustic setting, you can enjoy a 5-Star dining experience that features a 5-course meal. We have it all!
Nevada, pronounced locally as Ne-VAY-duh, is a city and a county seat of Vernon County. The population is around 8,000 people. Nevada is the home of Cottey College. Nevada continues to serve as a regional hub of government, recreation, and industry. The W.F. Norman Corporation, which opened for business in 1898, remains as the only manufacturer of metal ceilings left in the United States. The 3M Company is Nevada’s largest employer. Platinum Aerostructures who specialize in phosphoric acid anodize (PAA) processing and metal bond. Interstate 49 runs right through Nevada.