Thirty glossy lanes await pin pounders of all stripes at Bama Lanes, a locally owned bowling center that has been racking up spares and strikes for more than 35 years. Players are first outfitted with a rented pair of slide-friendly soles (a $3 value) allowing them to take to the lanes with the same smooth, slick grace of butter melting on a Motown record. Duckpin-hunting season commences as bowlers test their backspin techniques in two 10-frame games (up to a $7.50 value) that can be shared with a friend or played-out in a double-dose of skill-boosting solitude. Between frames, Bama Lanes keeps somnolent strike-throwers energized with a complete snack bar and pro shop, and a postgame party lounge hosts pocket billiards and joyous karaoke sing-alongs that may inspire pins to knock themselves over in silent protest.
Ace Bowling Center allows folks of all ages to hurl spheres at pins like Zeus flinging a planet at the Rockettes. Pick team names based on favorite ice cream flavors, perfect synchronized post-strike dance moves, and bond with overgrown marbles at Ace Bowling Center. Nineteen giant projection screens are mounted throughout the space to accommodate the regular sports fan, and channels can be changed to keep your telenovela-watching record intact. Cosmic bowling presents an alternative to weekend laser-show routines, setting the mood with dark lighting and lively Friday and Saturday crowds. Classic bowling shoes are included in the deal. The bowling center is open seven days a week, so stop in for your shoe fitting and get in on the pin-bashing fun.
Gleaming bowling balls rumble down 40 polished wooden lanes at Junction Lanes Family Entertainment Center, where clusters of bowlers lace up multicolored kicks and spend an hour waltzing to the tune of clattering pins. On weekends, regular lights and just-whitened smiles give way to the black lights, strobe lights, disco balls, and rousing music of cosmic bowling.
Mini golfers can head over to Treasure Cove, an 18-hole course awash in neon obstacles and vivid oceanic murals. Pirate ships, buried treasure, and creatures of the deep enliven the underwater-adventure-themed course.
At The Depot Grill, players sink teeth into piping-hot pizzas from Buchi Z Pizza, creamy scoops of Bruster?s Ice Cream, or steaming buns loaded with Nathan?s Famous hot dogs. This sustenance shores up gamers so they can hone their reflexes at the arcade.
Throughout the week, Magnolia Lanes rings with the clash of pins, the whir of arcade games, and the satisfying crack of solid billiards breaks. While they are closing frames or gathering evidence to prove that the hand is quicker than the eye in the arcade, guests can stay fueled up with drinks and concessions from the onsite bar and kitchen. Magnolia Lanes also hosts league bowling, as well as special events such as karaoke.
Hurled with great force, polished bowling balls careen down gleaming lanes at Your Bowling Center, where bowlers can also visit an expansive game room filled with arcade games and an inflatable obstacle course. On Friday and Saturday nights, Rock'n Glow fills the alley with bright strobe lights and music, exciting the senses to work up appetites, which can be satisfied at the snack bar. In the billiards hall, games of pool let friendly combatants enjoy more clattering sounds made by round objects.
Paulding Bowling Center pumps up arms with adrenaline-packed sessions of pin crushing while filling friends with camaraderie and delicious snack selections. Paulding's well-maintained alley works out hurling muscles with three games of ball-flinging experimentation, in which experts can hone their spins, amateurs can practice a straight shot, and beginners can daydream of a land without gutters.