About Us

Mingo Springs Golf Course is located in the Western Mountains of Maine, nearly 1800 feet above sea level and two miles west of the town of Rangeley. Owned and operated over the last 45 years by three generations of one family, our old and authentic country course, fashioned from farmland in the 1920s, has been improved over the decades without ruining its special nature. We offer challenging golf for beginner and scratch player alike, and spectacular views in every season, of lakes and mountains and fields, and of wildlife. Serious golfers respect Mingo, and casual golfers think our course is challenging and fun.

In 2007, Mingo Springs Golf Course was awarded membership in the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, administered by Audubon International. Since 2012, we have added 34 bluebird nesting boxes throughout the golf course which, along with wood duck boxes and specialized gardens, are designed to attract birds to the area. Seven bluebird pairs are nesting there with the balance occupied by swallows.

The property borders the Hunter Cove Wildlife Sanctuary which is run by the Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust and is a great place for viewing wildlife and wildflowers. Over the past three years, the course has added the Mingo Springs Trail and Bird Walk, a four-mile walking trail that skirts the back and front nines.

Mingo Springs is proud to serve as the home of the Rangeley High School Golf Team, led by Coach Tim Straub.

We invite you to visit us and play a round (or two). We are open to the public and we also offer memberships at reasonable rates. More often than not we can accommodate a walk in, but tee times are recommended; please call ahead. We’ll make sure your visit is as simple to arrange as possible. Welcome to Mingo Springs.