Bowling in Rochester

One or Two Hours of Bowling with Shoe Rental for Up to Four at Interstate Lanes (Up to 58% Off)

Interstate Lanes

Rossford/Perrysburg

This 40-lane bowling alley welcomes groups with automatic scoring, a video arcade, and an onsite eatery

$32 $15

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$14 for Bowling and Drinks for Two at Cherry Hill Lanes (Up to $26 Value)

Cherry Hill Lanes

Dearborn Heights

A shareable pitcher of soda or beer paired with two games of bowling

$26 $14

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Bowling Package for Two, Four, or Six Including Shoe Rental and Sodas at Taylor Lanes (Up to 48% Off)

Taylor Lanes

Taylor

More than 48 synthetic lanes outfitted with wooden approaches and automatic scoring; cosmic bowling on Saturday afternoons

$22.58 $13

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Two-Hour Bowling Package for Up to Five, or $50 Worth of Tavern Food at 10 Pins of Trenton (Up to 48% Off)

10 Pins of Trenton

Trenton

Groups can supplement two hours of bowling with pizza and soda; Classics Tavern features American fare and drinks

$64 $33

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Two Games of Bowling with Shoe Rental and Drinks for Two or Four at Chelsea Lanes (Up to 63% Off)

Chelsea Lanes

Chelsea

Groups of two or four players enjoy soda as they take aim at pins during two games of bowling

$25.50 $12

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Bowling Package for Two or Four, or Food and Drinks at the Main Event Lounge at Nortel Lanes (Up to 51% Off)

Nortel Lanes

Monroe

Despite a retro facade, this old-school bowling alley brims with modernity across 66 glossy lanes and three lounges with karaoke on weekends

$29 $15

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Two Games of Bowling with Shoe Rental and Soda for Two, Four, or Six at Bowlero Lanes (Up to 50% Off)

Bowlero Lanes

Toledo

In addition to 32 bowling lanes, the alley has an arcade, pool tables, and a full-service lounge that recently received new flatscreen TVs

$20.58 $11

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Select Local Merchants

An iconic neighborhood bowling tavern. Known for being spotlessly clean, having friendly service and affordable fun seven days a week.

2145 Avon Industrial Dr
Rochester Hills,
MI
US

The independently owned Community Bowling Centers accommodate bowlers of all ages and abilities, featuring bumper-equipped lanes and lightweight balls designed for the hands of pintsize players. At 10 smoke-free locations throughout the region, guests enjoy open hours in addition to league opportunities and special events. The onsite bar serves ice-cold cups of soda or beer, which guests may raise in toasts to friendship and man's ability to hydrate himself. On select evenings, the alley lights turn down and the ethereal illumination of Glow N Bowl takes over with laser-light shows and fog machines. As balls roll down phosphorescent lanes, a sound track of thumping beats and alien distress calls saturates the space.

1639 E 14 Mile Rd
Troy,
MI
US

Thunderbird Lanes gives families and friends a clean, well-lit modern bowling alley where they can bond over 7–10 splits, food, and arcade games. Leagues for men, women, kids, and seniors get bowlers of all skill levels out of the house to engage in some friendly competition, and cash-prize tournaments incorporate creative rules such as mulligans and bonus points for strikes. The facility's bartenders keep patrons well hydrated, pouring frothy brews and bubbly pop, and snacks such as pizzas help to build boulder-chucking strength. Thunderbird Lanes also offers custom party packages for company events and birthdays.

400 W Maple Rd
Troy,
MI
US

An alley-splitting bowling ball crashes into the headpin, destroying a 10-pin triangle before automated pinsetters restore order in time for the next roll. Controlled chaos is the name of the game at Cherry Hill Lanes North, where guests compete on 36 Brunswick lanes equipped with an automatic scoring system. Those looking to unwind after a frame or toast an old pair of bowling shoes can indulge in nightly drink specials at the 11th Frame Sports Bar, a spot that also boasts pool tables and Saturday-night karaoke from 9 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.

6697 Dixie Highway
Clarkston,
MI
US

It would be hard to imagine Mount Clemens without The Rec'. Most residents wouldn't be able to, since The Rec' (also known as The Recreation Bowl) has been around since the early 1920s. Almost a century after its opening, the alley still thunders with the sound of spares, strikes, and turkeys. Some things have changed, of course. Modern scoring machines now track each game’s progress, and TV's hang over the eight lanes to provide further entertainment between tosses and strike celebrations inspired by Swan Lake. The Rec' holds its own as a restaurant and performance venue as well. Waitresses carry burgers and beer out to two patios , and live musicians play classic rock on the weekends.

40 Crocker Blvd
Mount Clemens,
MI
US

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21900 W 9 Mile Rd
Southfield,
MI
US