Surround Yourself with Beauty and Horses
Come and discover the serenity and enchantment of Black Forest Farm, LLC.
Whether you have children who go wild over horses or were a child like that yourself, you'll enjoy the friendly horses at Black Forest Farm, LLC. Pet the babies in the spring and summer. Get one-on-one with horses and other animals or just relax and enjoy the wind whispering through the trees. There's something for everyone who loves horses, animals and nature. A truly enchanting place nestled in the hills of Blue Mounds, Wisconsin that will revitalize you and free your spirit.
One Time Clinics and Farm Tours
If you have a single person or a group looking for a special event that's a great learning experience as well as fun, schedule a clinic and farm tour. Meet our goats, farm cats and horses. Tour our facility. Feed and groom our horses. Learn the basics of horsemanship or experience Equine Assisted Learning activities that teach about leadership, communication and community. It feels like fun and games but you are really learning too.
Some of our groups have included Girl Scouts, class trips or to observe a special day such as a birthday or anniversary. Your clinic and farm tour will be personalized to interests and goals of your group.
Rates are $35 per hour per participant. Contact us by phone or email to book your appointment.
"Thank you so much for the time and effort you put in for Collette's birthday. This will be a memory she will cherish forever."
"Thank you so much for the 'real horse experience.' The girls had an awesome time. For some of the girls, this was their first experience riding a horse. You and your staff did an excellent job calming any fears the girls had. They were impressed with themselves that they could actually do this. Their self esteem just soared! They couldn't say enough about your farm and your staff. Grooming the horses was a real treat too. It was a wonderful hands on experience. The girls want to make this a yearly trip. This was definitely the highlight of our year. Thanks again from Troop 95 -- Madison."