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The city is home to the Mequon Curling Club, which has been active since 1885. The club hosts curling events throughout the winter and provides a number of social activities for members year-round. In addition to curling, Mequon's residents participate in a variety of other sports including golfing at several courses within the city limits as well as fishing on Lake Michigan and ice skating on nearby ponds during winter months. The community also features over 20 parks with trails for biking or cross-country skiing; these include Fox River Park along its namesake river that runs through downtown, providing views of both Milwaukee and Chicago from its bluffs overlooking Lake Michigan. Mequon was first settled by European Americans in 1835 when John Linn built a log cabin near present-day West Silver Spring Drive between Thiensville Road (then known as "Linn Road") and Silver Spring Drive (then known as "Spring Street").