There are over 7,000 bowling centers in the United States, so planning your bowling event can be quite challenging. However, not all bowling centers are event-friendly. To help you in planning your next bowling tournament, we have identified some of the top centers across the United States. So, without further ado, here’s our baker’s dozen list of top centers across the country.
National Bowling Stadium
The only facility of its kind in the world, the National Bowling Stadium was designed for tournament bowling. 78 championship lanes.
Allen Park, Michigan
At 90 lanes, this suburban Detroit center is the second largest bowling facility in the country.
300 New York
Chelsea Piers, New York
This 40 lane state-of-the-art center in Manhattan includes eight private lanes.
Brunswick Zone Carolier
North Brunswick, New Jersey
82 lanes, plus billiards and party/event rooms. A stop on the PBA tour.
Firkin & Kegler
Voted as best new bowling center by Bowler’s Journal International, this 32-lane bowling center boasts the features of today’s bowling lounges.
With 80 lanes for bowling, this is the largest bowling center in the Southeast.
AMF Riviera Lanes
Traditional bowling on 40 lanes with meeting rooms available for group events.
Sam’s Town Bowling Center
Las Vegas, Nevada
Had enough of the slots? Head to Sam’s Town Bowling Center, a Las Vegas legend with 56 lanes.
AMF Dick Weber Lanes
32-lane facility, named after the legend himself.
Earl Anthony’s Dublin Bowl
Home of the Earl Anthony’s Memorial PBA Regional Tournament, 40 championship bowling lanes.
Cincinnati’s largest bowling center and home of the Hoinke Classic, 68 lanes.
This western Ohio legend hosts PBA regional tournaments with just 16 lanes.
“The Alley” offers 30 state-of-the-art lanes, each one boasting a 36 inch video monitor for scoring. Check out the Seven10 private bowling lounge.
What’s your favorite tournament bowling center? Let us know!