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A little town in northern Illinois that currently holds the Guinness record for the world's largest snowball fight. If anybody looks up this word, they'd say "Whoa where's dat?" and they would go up to a map and they couldnt find us.

Bottom Line~ Nobody knows about this town, and nobody cares about it either
lol ur from Wauconda!

Where's dat?
by Bob February 20, 2005
Small town about 40 miles NW of Chicago. Has a lot of things Bakersfield California SHOULD have: a nice clean lake for boating, swimming, and fishing, low crime rate, reasonable real estate prices, 1 hour access to a big city, 1-1/2 hour access to a smaller, cleaner city Milwaukee, a listing in the Guiness} book (Snowball Fight), and a reference in the movie {Ghostbusters] by the Dan Akroyd character "Camp Wauconda...".
Wauconda has NO WalMart}, {Home Depot}, Lowes}, Best Buy, within seven miles. Wauconda DOES have a Walgreens, McDonalds, Subway, Ace Hardware etc. That's enough for anyone. As you can see by other entries, Wauconda also has its share of bored and grumpy young people, but then again, what place DOESN'T?
Dude! Wauconda may not be really exciting or famous, but at least it isn't Bakersfield Newark Bagdad!
by Ken Forst July 10, 2008
It is said to mean "spirit water" and was the name of an Indian Chief. Wauconda is the name of a small town in Illinois and is also the name of a Boy Scout camp outside of Peoria, Illinois.

From the movie Ghost Busters: When the Stay-Puft Marshmallow Man arrives, Ray says that he remembered the Stay-Puft marshmallows from when he use to go camping at Camp Wauconda. Camp Wauconda is referring to the boy scout camp outside of Peoria, IL.
"I remembered the Stay-Puff Marchmallow Man from when I used to go camping at Camp Wauconda."
by Hotkarl99 April 13, 2010
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