Welcome to Bowling Alleys USA!
Our alley pages feature all the key information you need to know, but we are much more than a dull directory.
We also write detailed reviews, highlighting interesting pieces of history, unique features, creative promotions and other factors that make bowling alleys special.
Check out some of the most unique alleys we’ve covered, including the oldest sanctioned lanes in the US in the basement of an old tavern; long-forgotten bowling lanes unearthed under debris at an elementary school; and even the bowling alley at the White House!
Bowler Community: Ratings and Reviews
You can rate each alley on a scale of one to ten and leave your own reviews. Did you get excellent or poor service? What was the atmosphere like during your time there? Help other bowlers out by sharing your experience.
If you know of a good alley we haven’t covered, we encourage you to let us know about it and write a guest review. Just let us know the unique features that makes the alley special and we’ll add it to our site right away.
We also strive to keep everything as up-to-date as possible. If a particular feature or special is discontinued, or if something new is launched, let us know and we will update the page as soon as possible.
How to Search and Browse Alleys
Our alleys are organized in a variety of ways. You can use the map on the homepage, our menus or the search box.
In addition, we also tag specific alley features ranging from “live music” to “great food” to “award winning” to “Red Pin Prizes,” and clicking on them will take you to all the bowling alleys we have reviewed that have these features.
BowlingAlleysUSA.com was founded by Andrew Walsh, an avid bowler who has traveled around quite a bit in the past few years so he’s had a chance to enjoy bowling in many different states.
Andrew likes to bowl in leagues and as a way to relax and spend time with friends and family, and one of his favorite bowling accomplishments is that he’s broken 200 both left and right-handed.