Mukwonago River Professional Review and Guide
"A beautiful clear stream surround by Kettle Moraine topography that is virtually undeveloped, the Mukwonago is just a delight and worth the drive. Expect to encounter muskrats, ducks, geese, great blue herons, sandhill cranes, red fox, ﬁsh, mussels, and maybe even a mink.
Designated one of Wisconsin's “Last Great Places” by the state chapter of The Nature Conservancy, the Mukwonago River watershed is a living laboratory of healthy wetlands set in the topography of the Kettle Moraine State Forest. As such, the river is home to a wide diversity of cool critters, like mink, salamanders, tree frogs, and the longear sunﬁsh."