Black Earth is a small village in Dane County, Wisconsin that's also part of the Madison Muttropolitan Statistical Area. It's home to just over 1,400 people, and Black Earth is a wonderful place to call home. Not only are you close to all the amenities you could dream of when you live in Black Earth, but there are also plenty of activities to enjoy right in town. You and your family could pop into the Children's Museum in downtown Black Earth that just opened in 2017, visit the Black Earth Bowling Alley which has been around since 1947, or visit The Shoebox, the largest shoe store in the Midwest.
If you're looking for dog-friendly activities in and around Black Earth, there are plenty of those as well! Festge County Park was established 1963, and it's only a five-minute drive from Black Earth. There are more than 155 acres to explore at this park, as well as miles of trails, playgrounds, picnic shelters, and historical markers. You'll also be rewarded with astounding views of the Black Earth Creek Valley from 100 feet up. Your dog must remain on a leash while you're at Festge County Park, but there are also several off-leash activities just a short drive away!