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Mystic Lake Casino Hotel
Address2400 Mystic Lake Boulevard
Prior Lake, MN 55372
Residents of Minneapolis and St. Paul need only drive a half an hour south to experience the finest gambling, dining, recreation, and entertainment of the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel. Located on the Shakopee-Mdewakanton Indian Reservation in between Shakopee and Prior Lake, this world class casino provides the people of Minnesota a luxurious retreat from their daily lives. During the summer months, the Mystic Amphitheater schedules some of the biggest musicians and comedians in the country, providing just a fraction of the fun guests will have at the Mystic Lake Casino Hotel. The award-winning resort offers its guest many luxuries, including gaming options like Blackjack and a variety of slots. There are many casual and fine dining restaurants to choose from and guests can find entertainment in a superb 18 hole golf course, indoor ice rink, and a bowling alley. Many guests travel from far and wide for tickets to concerts and performances scheduled at the Mystic Amphitheater. This includes shows by some of the biggest names in music and comedy, like Carrie Underwood, Alan Jackson, Craig Ferguson, and George Lopez. Mystic Lake Casino Hotel offers its guests some of the best entertainment in the country, and a fabulous resort from which to enjoy it. Check the schedule above to see what performers are coming soon to Mystic Lake Casino Hotel, or just pop by the Mystic Amphitheater once you check in!Links
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