I am Dutch and currently studying abroad in California. I heard several people (first in real life, and after I googled it, I saw some people online doing the same thing) refer to a Dutch town in California. It turned out to be Solvang, which is a town with Danish origins.
I saw on photos that windmills, clogs, tullips and what I would 'Delfts blauw' (according to wikipedia the English term is Delftware, but I don't know if that is a commonly used term) are everywhere in Solvang. These are known as typically Dutch products (and, as far as I know, not so much as Danish products).
This leads me to believe that Solvang has some connection to the Netherlands, but I can't find a reliable source which clearly explains the relation between Solvang and the Netherlands (besides that Denmark and the Netherlands both are located somewhere in Northern Europe).