Orlando bowling is a great way to escape boredom and Florida's excessive heat. Kids can comfortably gather in air conditioning and get off electronic devices during an afternoon of bowling—an activity guaranteed to be a great time for kids and adults alike. Read on for the best bowling in Orlando!
Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort hosts the retro Galaxy Bowl. Photo courtesy Universal Orlando Resort
Fun Orlando Bowling in Orlando
This mid-century style bowling alley evokes retro vibes. Located inside Universal's Cabana Bay Beach Resort, the Bites menu includes Beyond Burgers, salad, and roasted broccoli. Or skip the healthy stuff and enjoy wings, loaded fries, and pizza!
Bowlero - Altamonte Springs and Apopka
Bowlero rotates a variety of specials including discounted games, and packages with arcade cards. Check Bowlero's individual locations to check out specials happening in your neighborhood.
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Called "Luxury Lanes" for a reason, Splitsville is a great bowling venue if you are looking to do something special. Across from AMC Disney Springs 24, the walk-in rate at Splitsville is $20-24 per bowler (including shoes rental). Add $10 per bowler for priority online reservations. The menu is robust with upscale choices like sushi and gourmet pizza; the kids menu includes entree and side for $10.
This entertainment center offers 80 bowling lanes, bumpers, an arcade, grill, and bar. Boardwalk Bowl also utilizes Brunswick Sync, a platform that allows players to customize games and themes if your family wants to mix it up.
Besides the bowling, Aloma Bowl offers billiards, an arcade, great food, and birthday parties! Photo courtesy Aloma Bowl
With 32 lanes, and open seven days a week, Aloma Bowl offers options galore. This bowling alley features a newly updated arcade, air hockey, and billiards. There is a daily special but the "Friends and Family Fun Pack" is my favorite, offering two hours of bowling (one lane), shoe rentals for five people, one large pizza and soda for five— all for $60 Monday through Friday before 5pm.
Located in the heart of Orlando, AMF Sky Lanes has daily specials and events that allow for kids to bowl at discounted rates. The menu is more traditional with items like wings, pizza, and burgers. This bowling alley offers youth bowling leagues and a pro-shop to up your game.
Enjoy the hospitality of a family-owned bowling alley! Three Point Bowling Center offers 16 bowling lanes, arcade, grill, and an outdoor cabana area. Check Three Point's Facebook page or call ahead before you go.
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AMF Kissimmee hosts Night Strike: unlimited bowling (with shoe rental) from 8pm until closing time on certain weekdays. If you prefer weekend bowling deals, the Sunday Funday special includes two games (with shoes) for under $15 after 6pm. Half-price arcade cards are also available at this time.