Mundelein is a village located in Fremont Township, Lake County, Illinois, United States of America. Mundelein has in present a population of 31.000 residents and an area of 9 square miles. The history of Mundelein starts in the 17th century, when Potowatami Indians lived in this area and traded goods with the French. The first European settlers only came in the area in the early 19th century. The first known settler of Mundelein is Peter Shaddle, who built a log cabin here in 1835. The village was first named Mechanics Grove, then Holcomb, Rockefeller, Area and finally Mundelein. If you want to visit this beautiful village, you should not miss some of its most interesting attractions.
Steple Chase is a beautiful golf course built and opened in 1993 in Mundelein. The great course includes two wonderful lakes, making the game a new and exciting experience.
Pine Meadow Golf Club is the home of another golf course located within the city limits. The club not only offers this attraction, but also the opportunity to spend a day in this beautiful location to enjoy the fresh air and a delicious cooked meal, made after traditional local recipes.
Forth Hill Heritage Center is located in Mundelein. The museum was opened in order to show locals and tourists the amazing heritage of the village and to present great collection of vintage artifacts.
Mundelein Park is one of the most beautiful parks in the village. Located in a great area, this park offers you the possibility to spend a lovely day in the middle of the nature and to exercise or go birdwatching.
Irish Mill is a great bar within Mundelein where you can try the nightlife of this great place. At Irish Mill you can try classic beverages or special made cocktails.