Ann Arbor Bowling Alley Guide
There are a few Ann Arbor Bowling Alleys. Bowling is a great family activity that can appeal to a wide range of ages. With bowling ramps and bumpers, even preschoolers can have fun bowling. Bowling is a great option for cold winter days, hot summer days, or rainy days year round.
Ann Arbor Bowling Alleys
Revel & Roll
1950 S Industrial Highway, Ann Arbor
Formerly Colonial Lanes, Revel & Roll reopened in late 2015 after an extensive renovation. Revel & Roll is not your traditional dark, smoky bowling alley. It is bright and offers giant TVs over the bowling lanes. In addition to bowling, they offer a restaurant, video games, and more. Be sure to check their Facebook page for specials on days off from school including snow days.
Check out our Revel & Roll Wednesday Activity Review from Summer 2016.
3530 Jackson Rd, Ann Arbor
I have never been to Bel-Mark Lanes, so I have no personal experience to share. If you’ve visited Bel-Mark Lanes, add your experience in the comments.
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830 Woodland Dr E, Saline
The first few times that my daughter and I went bowling were to Maplewood Lanes. It has been a few years since we were at Maplewood Lanes. Maplewood Lanes has a more traditional dark bowling alley atmosphere. They are typically closed on Mondays.
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