Bowling in Opelika

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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.

141 Newnan Station Dr
Newnan,
GA
US

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.

1400 Bowling Ln
Griffin,
GA
US

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.

3931 Longview Dr
Douglasville,
GA
US

At Vestavia Bowl Family Fun Center, kids are encouraged to knock things over. The staff strives to spread a passion for bowling through various youth incentives, from organized leagues to the Kids Bowl Free promotion—a system that awards children complimentary games to take up summer free time. The staff even lends out kits to area P.E. teachers as part of the In-School Bowling Program, furnishing classes with balls, pins, carpeted lanes, and lengthy lesson plans on how to find the ball's finger holes.

By tutoring youngsters in bowling techniques, the center hopes to instill the same fondness for the sport held by its managerial team. Certified bowling coach Keith Henderson heads the pack of competitive players—many of whom boast sanctioned 300 games on their records—and oversees 34 lanes equipped with computers and overhead scoring monitors. For an ethereal gaming environment, black lights illuminate the lanes during select hours and birthday parties. Guests can also test their dexterity at pool tables and arcade games. Meanwhile, the snack bar preps burgers, hot dogs, and wings to pair with draft beers; patrons can even take advantage of Eat & Bowl specials, which offer a combo meal and two games for one price.

1451 Montgomery Hwy
Vestavia,
AL
US

The sound of fans cheering the Atlanta Braves or the neon lights beaming from the nearby laser-tag course signals to guests entering Stars and Strikes' 55,000-square-foot facility that they are far from their neighborhood's bowling alley. At state-of-the-art bowling lanes, guests enjoy food and bar service while watching sporting events on large TVs. An adjacent room crisscrossed with a thicket of neon-green lasers joins a bumper-car arena where players raucously prepare for their workday commute. Complimenting the myriad activities and arcade with more than 100 games is a restaurant and bar boasting gourmet pub fare such as blackened-tilapia salads, popcorn-shrimp wraps, and green-bean fritters.

2400 Hiram Acworth Hwy
Dallas,
GA
US

Bowling isn’t just a hobby at 300 New York—it’s a vibrant social experience worthy of luxurious flourishes. That’s why cushioned lounge seats flank each of the 32 mood-lit lanes in the main concourse area. Each of these lanes faces a large screen that flashes music videos and tutorials on how to remove stuck fingers from bowling balls. Up in The Loft, bowlers can lounge and take in views of the concourse while sipping cocktails from the full-service bar. A dedicated wait staff connects them to offerings from the onsite bar and restaurant—an eatery known for serving dishes from executive chef Chad Bowser’s menu. Some of Chad’s creations include two-bite chicken or beef sliders and hand-battered fried calamari that can be paired with anything from beer to specialty martinis.

2175 Savoy Drive
Atlanta,
GA
US