Vancouver bowling alleys for family fun

With all the fun activities Vancouver has to offer, there's still nothing quite like a night out at the bowling lanes. These six alleys have everything you need for a great night out with friends or family. [Photo courtesy of Yellow Pages]

Grandview Lanes

2195 Commercial Dr, Vancouver, BC V5N 4B3

At Grandview Lanes you can choose to play five-pin, 10-pin or glow-in-the-dark bowling. There are three-game specials for groups of 10 or more; you can also get a set of lanes in four-hour blocks for your birthday party.

Commodore Lanes

838 Granville St Bsmt, Vancouver, BC V6Z 1K3

Here is one venue where you can switch between bowling and pool when the mood strikes. Twelve lanes of five-pin bowling and 20 billiard tables offer plenty of space for everyone to play. The licensed lounge and great surround sound system make Commodore a great choice for bigger groups or corporate parties.

Town & Country Bowl

745 Marine Dr SE, Vancouver, BC V5X 2T8

Town & Country Bowl features a tasty food menu and plenty of ice-cold beers to cap off your fun day of bowling. One of Vancouver’s oldest 10-pin bowling alleys, Town & Country is located in a Super 8 Motel. Drop by for a night of fun or take a day off and spend it perfecting how you roll. Reservations are easily made through their website.

Revs Bowling & Entertainment Centre

5502 Lougheed Hwy, Burnaby, BC V5B 2Z8

With four locations across Canada, Revs' Vancouver location features a fitness centre, full bar, food menu, family lounge and the always-popular cosmic bowling. Boasting 48 lanes and 300-person capacity for simultaneous play, you'll be blown away by how much fun this place can be.

Pacific Indoor Bowls Club

4588 Clancy Loranger Way, Bsmt, Vancouver, BC V5Y 4B6

Everyone forgets about lane bowling’s nature-loving sister, lawn bowling. This is a professionally managed club, but you'll be surprised at how easy it is to kick back with a group of co-workers or your extended family. You'll be outside the whole time, so be sure to dress appropriately for the weather.

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