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Things are a little smaller at Glen Burnie Bowling Center, though the facility itself encompasses 30 lanes and a full-service snack bar, named GB Ducks Cafe. The petite objects in question are the pins and balls themselves. Glen Burnie celebrates the tradition of duckpin bowling, which incorporates lighter pins and smaller, easy-to-throw balls that almost never hatch into dragons. The objects collide during league games and open play. The smaller equipment also accommodates kids, and young bowlers can start playing in leagues as early as four years old. The coaches and instructors who oversee these programs hold certifications from the National Duckpin Youth Association.

6322 Ritchie Hwy
Glen Burnie,
MD
US

Ballyhooed by both Baltimore magazine and City Paper, Stoneleigh Lanes sets the scene for friendly bowling battles in a retro 16-lane alley. Strikers lace up rented kicks and hurl three-hole balls at 10 ivory duckpins. Sixteen-inch cheesy pizzas hush fifth-frame tummy grumbles, and sudsy pitchers of soda quench postpizza thirsts. The alley's BYOB policy lets bowlers imbibe brews brought from home, clearing out refrigerator space to be used for snowball storage. Handwritten scoring and gravity-feed ball returns enhance the spot’s retro charm.

6322 Ritchie Highway
Glen Burnie,
MD
US

• For $25, you get a paintballing session (a $50 value). • For $45, you get two paintballing sessions (a $100 value).

7360 Carbide Road
Curtis Bay,
MD
US

Children's gym/play/art & party center offering gym & art classes,open play & birthday parties for Infants-6 years. Work out classes for 6 & older. Drop off program & special needs sessions available.

11 Vernon Ave
Glen Burnie,
MD
US