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Welcome to McFarland!
McFarland offers small town charm and is nestled between Lake Kegonsa and Lake Waubesa, located just two miles from Madison.
Approximately 8000 residents reside in this community which is also near the interstate and many other travel destinations.
This community supports a great neighborhood in which to reside, work, shop and offers numerous parks and recreation areas. You’ll enjoy unlimited access to water sports on the lakes or dining at one of McFarland’s numerous waterfront restaurants.
There is a great variety of McFarland WI apartment homes to choose from.
Secret Places Park
It's no secret how great this park is, tons of open space along with a playground and basketball court.
Veterans Memorial Park
This park has a basketball court, playground and open field. There is a memorial that includes a pergola, seating, a plaza and the flag corp.
Owl Creek Park
Owl Creek Park has a picnic shelter, basketball court, and playground.
Pick 'n Save
Our stores offer everything from basic grocery staples to organic vegetables, natural foods, and hot meals ready to eat, in-store pharmacies, floral shops and fuel centers.
Edna Taylor Conservation Park
A glacial drumlin rising above a broad ribbon of marsh forms the backbone of this park that nearby Glendale School and Aldo Leopold Nature Center use extensively for environmental education. Enjoy plenty of trails for hiking and snowshoeing.
Highland Manor Park
The park features a basketball court, playground and a reservable storm shelter. This is a safe place for community residents to take shelter in severe weather.
Paunack (A.O.) Park
Located on the south end of Lake Monona this park features a playground, basketball court, picnic shelter, canoe & kayak launch site and is a great place to fish.
South Towne Mall
South Towne includes Dollar Tree, Hobby Lobby, Kohl's, Floor & Decor, Hockey Giant, Planet Fitness, West Marine, Cottonwood Financial, Happy Wok, K Nails, Simpson Free Press & Sprint.