Mukwonago is a small yet charming village in the state of Wisconsin, United States, located more exactly in Waukesha County, within the Town of Mukwonago. The history of Mukwonago goes back to the times when Potawatomi Indians were inhabiting the area. The name of Mukwonago is derived from the Indian 'mequanego', which means 'bears' den'.
Since the nearby city of Mequon is located nearby, the name of Mukwonago was adopted in 1844. Currently, there are 6.162 people living in Mukwonago, according to the 2000 census. Even if it is a small village, Mukwonago has a lot to offer to its visitors, so everyone will have a good time regardless of the age or budget.
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