Mukwonago, Wisconsin, is home to Village Park and its 3,000 square-foot pavilion, baseball diamonds, and children's play areas. The community has several bar and grill restaurants, where you could have a seasonal ale or microbrew paired with teriyaki chicken wings, fried egg rolls or beer-battered onion rings. If you prefer something more upscale, visit one of the town's Italian restaurants and try a bowl of pasta e fagoli or a plate of risotto alla marinara and a glass of red wine for lunch. The community is also home to several ice cream shops, which feature ice cream made from milk produced by local dairy farms. Give the salted caramel ice cream a try.