Kids Bowl Free!

Looking for some a fun activity to add to your summer adventure list with the kids? Look no further than your local bowling alley!

That’s right – this summer registered kids can bowl 2 games every day for FREE! The Kids Bowl Free program is designed “by bowling centers to give back to the community and provide a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time this summer.” Parents (or grandparents or other caregivers) can even join in on the fun with the special family fun pass.  Click your state for a list of participating bowling alleys and register here.

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A few things to consider … Every bowling alley sets their own details related to the Kids Bowl Free program. For example, some end on July 31st, some aren’t eligible on Sundays, some only at certain times of the day, some are specific to kids 15 years old and younger, some include shoe rental and so on. Once you click on a specific alley, you’ll be able to learn all the specifics. Oh, and the family fun pass can’t be purchased until after the kiddos are registered – it will prompt you with this detail, so just be aware that registered the kids is the first step.

Have other questions? You may find the answer here.

Happy bowling! May the strikes and turkeys be ever in your favor icon smile Kids Bowl Free!

Comments

  1. Betty says

    My family LOVES to bowl. I am just sad that I don’t see our bowling alley on the list. We’ll just have to find one that is participating.

  2. Jen R. says

    Great idea! I’m so glad the bowling places are doing this. I just looked and our local alley is joining in. Woohoo!

  3. Carly N. says

    Thank so much for this reminder. I had no idea that kids get dehydrated quicker than adults. I will definitely watch that this summer!

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