Vernon Parish, Louisiana

Vernon Parish, Louisiana Bigfoot Research Vernon Parish (county) is located in west central Louisiana. The parish consists of 1,367 square miles. Natchitoches, Sabine, Rapides, Beauregard and Allen Parishes, as well as the state of Texas, create the boundaries of Vernon Parish. Vernon Parish has a semi-tropical climate that allows a complete seasonal cycle with pleasant spring and fall seasons. Winter months are usually mild with cold spells of short duration, and an average temperature for January of 49 degrees. The Parish is bordered on the west by the Sabine River, and contains the Calcasieu RD-Vernon Unit of the Kisatchie National forest South-East of Leesville. There are several Wildlife Management Areas in the Parish those include the Pearson Ridge, Anaconda-Prairie and Boise-Vernon WMA's. The two largest lakes are Vernon Lake and Anacoco Lake. Annual rainfall is between 50 and 60 inches.

Incident reports for Vernon Parish

1. Game camera photo and odd sounds from owners wooded property - date of incident 02-09