Bowling in Lynden


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  • Sandcastle Bowl Bar and Grill
    The next generation of professional bowlers could very well be lacing up their small, adorable shoes at Sandcastle Bowl Bar & Grill. The alley hosts a youth league for bowlers as young as five, which is the earliest age Santa accepts requests for bowling gloves. Luckily, strikes and spares don't end once players reach adulthood. Adult leagues let grownups compete across the alley's 20 lanes, which accommodate both five- and tenpin bowling. While competitive, Sandcastle Bowl Bar & Grill's leagues are primarily social gatherings, with plenty of opportunities to make new friends (bowlers can join teams or sign up as individuals). This spirit of friendly sportsmanship also extends to casual events. The alley hosts after-school bowling on weekdays, and on Saturdays, the staff cranks up music and turns on special effects lighting during an all-you-can-bowl party called Strike FX. Visits often spill over into the onsite restaurant, Zachary's Grill. The menu puts standard snack bar food to shame with dozens of options such as handmade burgers and shareable baskets of dry ribs.
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    1938 152 Street
    Surrey, BC CA
  • Dell Lanes
    Dell Lanes hosts friendly competition among players throughout the week with regular bowling hours or laser bowling sessions on its collection of classic five-pin lanes furnished with plush couches and automatic scoring. The alley dims its lights and dusts off its futuristic hues for laser bowling each Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. At the on-site bar and lounge, the kitchen staff fires up a full menu of traditional pub fare including house-made pizza, burgers, and beef sandwiches. Dell Lanes also hosts leagues for children, adults, and seniors, allowing the entire family to hone its skills for settling the neighbourly feud with the sparrows in the backyard birdhouse.
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    10576 King George Hwy.
    Surrey, BC CA
  • Chillibowl Lanes
    Bowling balls spin down 24 alleys at Chillibowl Lanes, where customers gather for youth programs, league tournaments, or drop-in fun. Once bowlers have worked up a thirst, they can head to the onsite lounge for refreshments. The five-pin bowling centre is also great for birthday parties, with disco bowling nights where guests all receive glow bracelets and can hang out in the party room.
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    45916 Wellington Ave.
    Chilliwack, BC CA
  • Grandview Lanes
    Rolling strikes is in the Marino family’s blood. The family has presided over Grandview Lanes for three generations, ever since Louis Marino established the alley back in 1947. In those days, the pins had to be set by hand, a task Louis's son, George, remembers all too well. As he told Westender reporter Mary Frances Hill, "You'd have 40 women bowling during the day (in the 1950s), and only two pin setters […]. So we'd run around like crazy." Today, machines act as the alley’s pin setters, but the Marinos are still around and running the show. George's daughter, Tammy, manages the modernized alley, where automatic scoring makes things easier for a younger generation that has never seen a real wooden pencil. Some things haven't changed though. Bowlers can still visit the lunch counter once run by George's mother, fuelling up between frames with burgers or pizzas laden with a dozen different toppings. And, of course, the game remains relatively unchanged. Downstairs, guests choose between 5-pin or 10-pin bowling, and upstairs, black lights and neon wall murals set the psychedelic stage for the sport's most modern update—glow bowling. Aside from providing a hub for clean, family-friendly fun, Grandview Lanes actively supports the community by helping the fundraising efforts of organizations such as the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada and The Kensington Foundation for Animals in Crisis.
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    2195 Commercial Dr.
    Vancouver, BC CA
  • North Shore Sports Bowl
    Since 1983, three-time Canadian bowling champion Richard Grubb has owned and operated North Shore Bowl and ensured that the lanes live up to his elite standards. The alley itself has welcomed bowlers since 1961 and offers 16 lanes of traditional five-pin bowling with open hours seven days a week. The lanes, which host men's, women's, and seniors' leagues, welcome luminescent bowlers each weekend for glow bowling. North Shore Bowl also hosts a collection of classic arcade games and a party room so that groups can sing privately to cakes before eating them.
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    141 3rd Street West
    North Vancouver, BC CA
  • Oak Bowl
    One of the more popular pizza places in Oak Harbor, Oak Bowl delivers wonderful pizza and good sandwiches. It's a culinary destination for customers seeking good food. There's no specific recommended attire, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Also, it's often reported that the background noise can get a little loud here. It's been tabbed as a nice option for both families with children and large groups. WiFi is available if you want to get some work done, and if you don't feel like eating in, you can always grab your food to go, or just place an order for delivery. Or, if you just want to pop in for a beverage, the restaurant does have a pretty decent selection at its bar. A dinner staple in the community for more than 25 years, Oak Bowl is an appetizing spot to satisfy that next munchies craving. Don't worry about trying to find a spot on the street, as visitors to the restaurant do have access to a private parking lot nearby.
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    531 SE Midway Blvd
    Oak Harbor, WA US

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