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Punch Card for 10, 20, or 50 Games of Bowling at Legend Lanes (Up to 60% Off)

Legend Lanes

Cuyahoga Falls

Multiple people, such as families and bowling leagues, can use the game punch cards over multiple visits

$37.50 $17

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$35 for Bowling for Up to Six with Shoe Rental and Pizza at Stonehedge Family Fun Center (Up to $76 Value)

Stonehedge Family Fun Center

North Hill

Share games of bowling among friends fueled by a large one-topping pizza

$76 $35

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$25 for Two Hours of Bowling and Pizza for Up to Six at Eastgate Lanes (Up to $75.25 Value)

Eastgate Lanes

Ellet

Groups bowl for two hours and share pizza at storied alley with full bar and dance floor

$75.25 $25

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Two Hours of Bowling for Up to Six People with Optional $10 Snack Voucher at Northwoods Lanes (Up to 63% Off)

Northwoods Lanes

Macedonia

Enjoy half a century of history at this vintage bowling alley, but featuring modern amenities such as flat-screen TVs and a snack bar

$75 $32

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Two Games and Shoe Rentals for Two or Four Plus Sodas at Forward Lanes (Up to 55% Off)

Forward Lanes

Squirrel Hill

’60s-era bowling center with modern updates, such as automatic scoring, synthetic lanes, and comfy seating

$20 $10

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Bowling for Two or Six at Cloverleaf Lanes (Up to 63% Off). Three Options Available.

Cloverleaf Lanes

Independence

Pairs enjoy three games of bowling, while groups of six bowl for two hours with the option for food

$27 $10

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Two Games of Bowling with Shoes for Two, Four, or Six at Ernst Lanes (Up to 52% Off)

Ernst Lanes

Chardon

Bowling alley combines traditional fun with modern updates such as automatic scoring and bumpers

$30 $15

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Bowling and Pizza with Shoe Rental for Up to Two, Four, or Six at Deer Lakes Bowl and Lounge (Up to 52% Off)

Deer Lakes Bowl and Lounge

Deer Lakes

A night of bowling for up to six includes two games and a cheesy pizza to share

$27.30 $14

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$28 for a Two-Hour Bowling Outing for Up to Four at North Versailles Bowling Center (Up to $56 Value)

North Versailles Bowling Center

North Versailles

Guests don shoes & hurl orbs down lanes topped with stunning landscape of Pittsburgh’s nighttime skyline

$56 $28

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At Boardman Lanes, bowling balls thunder down 24 gleaming, waxed lanes. Automatic pin setters and scoring computers allow customers to focus on their games, with little downtime between throws. On Friday and Saturday nights, black lights cast an otherworldly glow during cosmic bowling. The facility also features video games to provide breaks from bowling action and a snack bar to keep players fueled throughout the day.

7524 Market St
Youngstown,
OH
US

At each of its Cleveland-area locations, Freeway Lanes allows bowlers to hone gutter-hugging curves. In addition to traditional, tenpin lanes, the alleys host indoor bocce ball courts and pool tables for players tired of breaking cues on 16-pound balls. Their expansive facilities also feature modern bowling amenities along with HD television screens and full-service restaurants. League opportunities are available for children, adults, and seniors and live bands frequent the alleys, filling the air with original melodies and providing just enough bass to knock down wobbling pins.

2700 Parkman Rd NW
Warren,
OH
US

Sim's Bowling Lanes hosts open bowling seven days a week, inviting bowlers of all ages to come together and bond over some good-old-fashioned pin pummeling. DJs and live bands often play while players take turns tossing strikes and spares, and, on select nights, a karaoke machine lets the bowlers take the stage to sing their favorite tunes or read aloud from their unfinished memoirs. Between frames, guests can head to alley?s bar to toast the competition with a few beers or refuel for the next game with snacks like gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches and baskets of wings.

7245 Big Beaver Blvd
Beaver Falls,
PA
US

Beach volleyball and bowling lanes seldom come in the same package—unless you happen to be at Kent Lanes. The indoor and outdoor facility pairs two regulation-size silica-sand beach-volleyball courts with an expansive arena of polished lanes, letting competitors hammer spikes and orchestrate strikes like 19th century railroad workers.

A full-service tiki bar stands beside the sandy courts, setting the tone with cold drinks and tropical tunes as spectators kick back at picnic tables and enjoy the live action of a game on a 50-inch flatscreen TV. Inside, guests can unwind at the 11th Frame, which serves pizza, traditional grill fare, and daily drink specials. Kent Lanes also hosts volleyball and bowling leagues for those looking for team camaraderie without having to endure a series of trust falls.

1524 S Water St
Kent,
OH
US

Sto-Kent has been wearing the CityVoter Best Bowling Facility badge of honor in Akron-Canton for the last three years. Strap on a pair of freshly sanitized bowling stilettos, find your favorite three-fingered pin-seeker, and shuffle to the greased-up lane for 20+ frames of bowling shenanigans. Once the pins have been pinsploded, head outside for a round of mini golf Sto-Kent style. Use the game to practice putting, challenge coworkers for microwave rights, or test AstroTurf's resistance to hot, steamy tears.

3870 Fishcreek Rd
Stow,
OH
US

Originally constructed in the 1940s, Sheffield Lanes has seen its interior evolve as the decades have changed. The original owner's son and his wife now head the bowling alley's staff, overseeing numerous renovations and quelling occasional bowling-pin uprisings. Over the years, the 20 lanes have been outfitted with contemporary accouterments: digital scoring systems and walls swathed in vibrant purples, blues, and pinks. Players have embraced the changes, convening upon the modern digs for cosmic bowling, weekly league matches, and frequent tournaments, and working to hone their skills enough to garner immortality via Sheffield Lanes' Honor Roll of high scores.

Elsewhere in the two-story edifice, chefs at Ricky Dee's Pizza—a Sheffield Lanes mainstay during the '90s that reopened in 2007—refuel bowlers with pies and oven-baked sandwiches cushioned by fresh, daily-made dough. After using their taste buds to decipher the pizzas' secret sauce recipe, guests mosey over to the Sheffield Lounge, where candles embedded into repurposed bowling balls illuminate tabletops, and walls dappled with bowling trinkets and photos provide revelers with a crash course in the bar's 50-plus-year history. Live music from onsite concert venue The Fallout Shelter enhances the cacophony of crashing pins and rowdy coasters.

818 Raccoon St
Aliquippa,
PA
US