We would be happy to help you arrange a visit to Mingo Springs, whether for a quick nine or a longer stay. There is much more to the Rangeley area than just golf. If you are looking for an extended stay we can help you arrange a package deal with the historic Country Club Inn, located just steps from the 1st tee. A list of the many lovely lodging options in the Rangeley area is available from the Rangeley Chamber of Commerce.
FROM NEW YORK, BOSTON, NEW ENGLAND
From I-95 (Maine Turnpike), take Exit 75 (formerly Exit 12) toward Auburn. Follow Route 4 North through Auburn and Turner. In Livermore turn left on Route 108 towards Rumford and Mexico. Follow signs for Route 2 West in Mexico. This will turn into Route 17, which travels north to Oquossoc (and takes you past the very scenic “Height of Land” look-out). In Oquossoc, turn right onto Route 4 toward Rangeley. After a little less than 5 miles, you will see signs for Mingo Springs Golf Course on the right. Take a right onto Mingo Loop. The golf course will be on your left.
FROM VERMONT AND NEW HAMPSHIRE
From 91, take Exit 19 toward 93. From 93, take Exit 1 toward Route 2 East and continue until the intersection with Route 3 North in Lancaster. Follow Route 3 North to Route 110 East in Groveton. Continue on Route 110 East for 13.7 miles and make a left on Route 110-A. At the T with Route 16, make a left on 16 East and continue toward Oquossoc. When Route 16 hits a T in Oquossoc, turn left toward Rangeley. After a little less than 5 miles, you will see signs for Mingo Springs Golf Course on the right. Take a right onto Mingo Loop. The golf course will be on your left.