Originally the site of the old Lone Pine Golf Course, this new 18-hole par 72 golf course stretches to over 7,100 yards from the back tees and features multiple sets of tees, generous fairways, large greens, 75 strategically placed bunkers and a 30 station practice facility. As part of the communities sensitivity to enhance the surrounding natural environment the course also includes many ponds, wetlands and native plantings to attract wildlife and create a visually stunning and challenging golf experience.
Scattered throughout the course golfers will encounter many statues of animals which depict individually named golf holes and also represent symbols of SMSC's Native American culture. Animals such as the Bear, Eagle, Buffalo, Deer, Fox and Moose can be seen frolicking along the course.
Recently opened for play in July of 2005, the Meadows is another addition to a long list of attractions at the Mystic Lake Casino. A variety of dining choices, assorted gaming, luxuroius lodging, and national shows on stage in the celebrity palace are just a few of the other items that draw people to Mystic Lake.