Mus-kee-Guaac, Potawatomi Indian name meaning "sunfish"
Once known for Muskego Beach and Dandelion Park, the adventure park of its time, Muskego now offers family fun with quality local events such as Muskego Community Festival and Parade, historical events and the Country Christmas Parade. Quality productions are offered at the Muskego High School Performing Arts Center, Muskego Public Library, and the libraries amphitheater. The community also boasts abundant lake and park recreation opportunities with three lakes and 11 City parks.
The city strives to preserve the natural resources and open spaces. Muskego's high-quality neighborhood developments remain serene and appealing for residents and future area homebuyers offering residents a variety of options to make their home here.
Muskego is centrally located within a regional economy defined by the cities of Milwaukee, Chicago, Rockford-Beloit-Janesville and Madison. Muskego is located just 20 miles west of downtown Milwaukee.
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Updated:24th April, 2019 6:15 PM.