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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!
Verona is a city in Wisconsin that's also a suburb of Madison, and it's home to more than 10,000 people. The northeastern corner of town is a half-hour drive from Black Earth, and that's where you'll find the Badger Prairie Dog Park. This off-leash park doesn't separate dogs by weight, so be prepared for your dog to meet friends of all sizes. Within the park, there are walking loops as well as agility equipment where your dog can show off for their friends. A small annual fee is required to visit the park, and the funds go toward keeping the park in such great shape.
There's another dog park in Verona you won't want to miss, and this one is in the city's southeast corner, which is less than a half-hour drive from Black Earth. Prairie Moraine County Park is a 160-acre park with scenic trails and picnic areas in addition to the dog park. This park is geologically significant because it is built upon a terminal glacial moraine. Within the dog park, there's no separation for big and small dogs, but there are acres of land to play in and miles of trails to trek. Be sure to bring water and pick up a permit before you visit this park!
Indian Lake Park is an astounding 483-acre county park in northern Cross Plains, Wisconsin and it's only a 15-minute drive from Black Earth. Within the park, there's a historic chapel, several trails for walking, hiking, or cross-country skiing, boating facilities, and an off-leash dog park. The Indian Lake Dog Park is located next to the boat launch, and it has off-leash trails and swimming areas for your pet to check out. There are seating areas and waste disposal stations in the dog park, but don't forget to bring your own water. Your dog will need to be licensed and have a dog permit tag to visit any of the dog parks in Dane County.
Brentwood Village is a neighborhood in northern Madison, Wisconsin that's about 25 miles from Black Earth. Just north of this neighborhood is a place called Warner Park, a 213-acre park that borders the Lake Mendota Shoreline. Within the park, there's a beach, a boat launch, sports fields, playgrounds, picnic areas, and an off-leash dog park. The Warner Dog Park has eight acres of fenced-in space where pups can play free of their leash, and there's even water access if your dog would like to swim. Your dog will also have a choice of trekking trails throughout the park, playing in open fields, or exploring in wooded areas.
There's another dog park you won't want to miss in Madison, and this one is a half-hour drive from Black Earth. Quann Park is a 55-acre space that is primarily an off-leash area, but it also has 12 tennis courts, soccer fields, a community garden, and picnic areas for the human visitors. Within the off-leash area, there are drinking fountains for dogs, waste disposal supplies, seating areas, and shade to keep guests comfortable. You can also access the Wingra Creek Path from this park, and this 1.9-mile asphalt trail is a beautiful place to walk your dog on a leash in Madison.
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