Neighborly, active, Fitchburg. Discover all that Fitchburg has to offer. Pleasant Springs offers that lakefront cottage feel.
The Village of McFarland may be just right for those seeking a small town atmosphere. Nature enthusiasts will love being along the shore of Lake Waubesa and within minutes of Lake Kegonsa State Park and Lake Kegonsa. Downtown Madison is a mere 20 minutes away. Cyclists will surely enjoy the rural country routes and expanding bike path system.
Fitchburg has a strong focus on active living, strategic growth and community. Fitchburg offers up a vast array of parks, bike paths, green spaces and conservancy space, along with many nationally owned and locally owned businesses.
Things like community festivals, movies & concerts in the park keep residents entertained year round.
Home to over a dozen fitness centers, Fitchburg residents clearly value healthy living.
The Village of Oregon takes pride in its small town hospitality. Oregon offers a handful of shops, dining & drink options while Madison is only a 10 minute drive away. With new bicycle paths running through town and plenty of country routes at your fingertips, getting active outdoors is a snap.
Named by early settlers for its natural springs, residents of Pleasant Springs enjoy miles of Lake Kegonsa shoreline, the Lake Kegonsa State Park and the Yahara River. Here you’ll find everything from rural homesteads and sprawling farms to cottage-like living and newer lakefront homes. Many of these country roads are popular routes amongst cyclists.
Rutland & Stoughton
Steeped in Norwegian heritage, Stoughton brings visitors near & far for it’s annual celebration, the Syttende Mai festival. Stoughton offers many charming Victorian & historic homes, a natural food co-op, the Stoughton Village Players, the Stoughton Opera House and of course Lake Kegonsa and the Yahara River.
Town of Dunn
A two time winner of Renew America’s “National Awards for Environmental Sustainability”, the town of Dunn prides itself on maintaining a sustainable community with a focus on protecting its open space and farmland.
Along the shore of Lake Waubesa, the Dunn Heritage Park Project is currently underway. This project focuses on removing invasive species while installing culverts, native plants, parking spots and a kayak/canoe launch.