Bowling in Centralia


One Hour of Bowling for Two or Four with Shoes & Basket of French Fries at West Seattle Bowl (Up to 41% Off)

West Seattle Bowl

West Seattle Bowl

Spend an hour scattering pins in a historic alley that features 32 lanes and an on-site restaurant

$42 $24.90

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$15 for Game of Bowling for Four with Shoe Rental at Roxbury Lanes & Casino (Up to $32 Value)

Roxbury Lanes & Casino

Roxy's Casino

Compete for a high score, a personal best, or the most hilarious pratfall on more than a dozen well-oiled lanes

$32 $15

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$19 for One Hour of Bowling with Two Shoe Rentals at Tech City Bowl (Up to $37 Value) 

Tech City Bowl

TechCity Bowl

Classic 32-lane bowling center boasts 170 in. high-definition screens, an onsite arcade, and a grill that serves up casual food

$37 $19

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$27 for Three Games of Bowling with Shoe Rental for Five at Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes ($55 Value)

Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes

Husted's Hazel Dell Lanes

Bowling alley with 24 lanes and automatic scoring where families have played for three generations

$55 $27

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Bowling or Cosmic Bowling with Pizza for Two or Four at Spin Alley Bowling Center (Up to 55% Off)

Spin Alley Bowling Center

Spin Alley Bowling Center

Big-box speakers, video screens, and lights turn bowling into a club-like activity as groups enjoy pizza between frames

$39.95 $20

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Two Games of Bowling with Shoe Rental and Soda for Two or Four People at Kenmore Lanes Washington(Up to 56% Off)

Kenmore Lanes - Washington

Kenmore Lanes and Casino

This 55-year-old alley boasts 50 lanes, an arcade, daily lounge specials, and an on-site restaurant

$30.26 $15

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One Hour of Bowling for 2 or 4 with Shoes at Lynnwood Bowl and Skate (Up to 43% Off)

Lynnwood Bowl and Skate

Lynnwood Bowl and Skate

Up to four guests enjoy a full hour of bowling, with shoe rental included

$27.50 $16

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$30 for Two Hours of Bowling for Up to Six at Park Lanes Family Entertainment Center (Up to $79 Value)

Park Lanes Family Entertainment Center

Park Lanes Family Entertainment Center

Two hours of bowling supplemented by arcade games and a few light bites from the onsite snack bar or restaurant

$79 $30

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Two Games of Bowling with Shoe Rentals for Two or Up to Four at Four Seasons Bowling Center (Up to 53% Off)

Four Seasons Bowling Center

Four Seasons Bowling Center

Automatic scoring and a smoke-free atmosphere make this alley a perfect hangout for groups of all ages

$25.50 $12

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Arcade-Game Tokens for Two or Four at Grand Central Bowling Lounge (Up to 50% Off)

Grand Central Bowling Lounge

Grand Central Restaurant & Bowling Lounge

Second-floor game room includes billiards, skee-ball, air hockey, and video games such as Fruit Ninja and Big Buck Hunter HD

$20 $12

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Summer Pass for 1 or Bowling for 2 or 6 with Arcade Credits at PinbusterZ Family Fun Center (Up to 95% Off)

PinbusterZ Family Fun Center

Rose Bowl

Two games of bowling along with arcade credits

$33 $16

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$28 for 90 Minutes of Bowling for Five with Shoes at Sunset Lanes (Up to $58 Value)

Sunset Lanes

Sunset Lanes

Arcade games, flat-screen TVs, and automatic scoring balance out the retro feel of a neon mural stretching across 36 bowling lanes

$58 $28

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Bowling and Shoe Rentals for Two or Cosmic Bowling for Up to Five at Silver Creek Lanes (Up to 50% Off)

Silver Creek Lanes

Silver Creek Lanes

Bowl amid leather couches and wall-to-wall screens playing music videos or amid the flashing lights of late-night cosmic bowling

$25 $13

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Bowling for Up to Four, Laser Tag for Up to Six, or Bowling and Laser Tag for Two at SuperPlay (Up to 59% Off)

SuperPlay

SuperPlay

Grand opening of newly updated bowling venue complete with laser tag, arcade, and restaurant

$60 $29

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  • Tower Greens
    Five Things To Know About Tower Lanes With everything from the thunder cracks of bowling pins to the steady trickle of waterfalls, the atmosphere at Tower Lanes is anything but ordinary. The eclectic activity center brings an array of atmospheres, amusements, and even geographical terrains together under a single roof. Here’s a closer look at how Tower Lanes stands apart from the pack of other bowling alleys, mini golf courses, and activity centers: It’s open 24 hours a day: Tower Lanes never closes, meaning you can follow any passing whim, be it a midnight bowl, an early morning round of mini golf, or a lunch-hour arcade marathon. There are waterfalls, but no rain: Since it’s indoors, the 18-hole mini golf course allows for friendly competition anytime, regardless of the forecast. That being said, it feels anything but artificial. The course winds through rocky crags with waterfalls that spill into a running stream, which doubles as decor and part of the challenge. You can actually win things for being good at video games. While snagging the high score might be incentive enough, Tower’s game room ups the ante with physical prizes. The room features modern and classic games, from pinball and skee-ball to action arcades, and a redemption booth where victory manifests as tangible prizes. There’s also a 24-hour billiards room. Challenge a friend or a Paul Newman lookalike to game of pool at one of the three tables. Breakfast all day: Don’t worry if you got too wrapped up in a game of bowling or pinball to remember breakfast—Tower’s restaurant serves it all day. They also serve lunch, dinner, and plenty of cocktails in the bar, where you can watch the game on a huge screen or enjoy the weather from the outdoor patio.
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    6323 6th Ave
    Tacoma, WA US
  • Paradise Bowl
    Paradise Bowl is kind of ruining the curve for everybody, or at least for other bowling alleys. User-friendly Qubica machines keep track of the scores, freeing bowlers to wrack up turkeys during Wednesday night Quarter Mania—when every game costs $0.25—and Moonlight Bowling on Saturday nights, when players can bowl for bundles of cash. Every night of the week offers a different special for customers, and the lanes are filled with live music on the weekends. Sunday mornings are brightened by the Rent-a-Lane special, which garners bowlers an hour of unlimited games for $10 or two hours of unlimited games for $15, between 8 a.m. and 11 a.m. After some of the facility underwent a summer’s worth of renovations, the archetypal snack shop and its heat lamps has been replaced with a 1950s-style café with breakfast choices and a full-on bar and grill that serves American classics and comfort food, such as prime rib and pizza, as guests play pool and watch sports on LCD TVs and an outsized 120-inch screen.
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    12505 Pacific Avenue South
    Tacoma, WA US
  • Pacific Lanes Bowling Center
    Reservations/Appointments: Recommended Established: 1959 Staff Size: 25?50 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Parking: Parking lot Handicap Accessible: Yes Recommended Age Group: All ages Pro Tip: Call for lane availability Most Popular Attraction/Offering: Bowling, beverages, and food Q&A with the Accountant What is one fun, unusual fact about your business? The bowling alley was built in 1959, and it still has that retro feel.
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    7015 S "D" St
    Tacoma, WA US
  • Daffodil Bowl
    Since 1957, Daffodil Bowl has been a fun, safe atmosphere for bowlers to while away the day and night. Families and friends gather amongst its 24 glossy lanes to send pins a-clattering, with bumpers available for kids still learning how to keep their balls out of the gutter or parents who aren't that great at bowling. Meanwhile, players can send a representative to the Rock N Bowl Cafe for pizza or sandwiches or visit the on-site video arcade, while adults can enjoy a drink in the newly-remodeled bar.
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    1624 E Main
    Puyallup, WA US
  • Secoma Lanes
    By the Numbers: Secoma Lanes 1959—the year it opened 32 lanes 100% of the lanes are equipped with flat-screen scoring monitors $3 for shoe rental 1 restaurant and lounge serving burgers, omelets, and drinks 12 years—the maximum age a child can be to use bumpers 300—the highest score you can achieve without bribing the pinsetters
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    34500 Pacific Hwy S
    Federal Way, WA US
  • Kent Bowl
    Established: 1958 Reservations/Appointments: Optional Staff Size: 11?25 people Average Duration of Services: 1?2 hours Handicap Accessible: No Parking: Parking lot Recommended Age Group: All Ages Though its amenities have grown significantly since its founding in 1958, Kent Bowl is, and has always been, all about one thing: bowling. At first, the 24-lane establishment sat next door to a livestock yard. It stayed in business thanks to bowling alone, with a mere three employees to its name, until Jack Zaborac took over. He and his wife cultivated the alley, adding a snack bar and eight more lanes and beginning to host tournaments. Their first tournament coaxed out 150 bowlers; to date, their largest summoned 8,900 aficionados of the sport. The owners have organized competitions for sport and charity and operated a bowling program for the handicapped for more than four decades. These accomplishments has caused Kent Bowl to earn a reputation as a serious and family-friendly bowling ally, an aura they maintain today by not adding any video arcades or gambling games to distract from their feature attraction.
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    1234 N Central Ave.
    Kent, WA US

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