Get ready to Rock and Bowl! (Sorry, I couldn’t help it…)
Kids Bowl Free and Summer Games can help beat the summer heat, help with winter break boredom, keep kids active, and promise lots of family fun! Not to mention it’s a great community and provides a safe, secure, and fun way for kids to spend time this summer and winter break.
Signing up for Kids Bowl Free will get your kids two free games of bowling daily. The Summer Games kids bowling program doesn’t offer free bowling games for kids, but it could be a better deal for some – read about why.
Other bowling allies in Georgia may also offer free bowling during holiday breaks from school. Read on to find out more.
KIDS BOWL FREE AND DISCOUNTS ON SUMMER BOWLING
Select bowling centers and schools around the country are participating in the first ever Kids Bowl Free program. This program is designed by bowling centers to give back to their community and provide a safe secure and fun way for kids to spend time this summer
Children whose age does not exceed a limit by a participating bowling center are eligible to register for 2 free games each day of the KBF program, all summer long, courtesy of the participating bowling centers along with the schools and organizations.
Once you register, you will have the opportunity to purchase the family pass. The Family Pass was created to allow for adult family members to enjoy bowling throughout the summer as well. The Family Pass starts from $34.95 and includes 2 GAMES PER PERSON PER DAY. The Family Pass covers between 2 and 4 adult family members, depending on the pass.
Why do they do this for for free? This 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. Cool, no?
There are bowling lanes in Georgia and the Atlanta area that don’t participate in a free bowling for kids program, but do sell summer passes allowing bowling for kids each day for one low price.
Just remember — bowling shoe rentals may not be included in this program, so be prepared to pay the rental fee or bring your own. (It is up to the bowling alley…not the community program.)
HOW DOES THE KIDS BOWL FREE PROGRAM WORK?
The first thing you’ll do is go to the Kids Bowl Free website and find a participating bowling alley near you. We have them listed below if you want to do a quick check.
Once you’ve determined where you’d like to participate in the Kids Bowl Free program, follow these steps:
- Select the local bowling center near you with free bowling for kids and register with that bowling center. Registrations are only valid for the bowling center where you are registered. If you’d like to go to multiple bowling centers, you’ll have to sign up for the program with each one.
- Once you’ve registered for the Kids Bowl Free program, you’ll have opportunity to purchase a Family Pass. The Family Pass allows adults to enjoy bowling with the kids all summer long. Choose the Two Person Family Pass for $34.95 or the Four Person Family Pass for $39.95. The Family Pass price is a one-time fee, so pay it once and enjoy bowling with the kids all summer.
- After you register, you’ll get two emails. It’s important to pay attention to both or your registration won’t be complete.
- The first email you must confirm your subscription. Make sure you do this or you won’t get any of your Kids Bowl Free coupons.
- Once you have confirmed your subscription, you’ll start getting emails every Sunday morning. You can register the program at any time, but the emails will start when the program begins. These emails will contain your Kids Bowl Free coupon code for that week.
- Login to your account any time after the program has started to print your Kids Bowl Free coupons and family pass and you are ready for a fun summer bowling with your kids.
KIDS BOWL FREE PARTICIPATING BOWLING ALLEYS (UPDATED 2022)
Atlanta Area Kids Bowl Free Summer Bowling Lanes
- Metro Fun Center, Atlanta
- Stars and Strikes, Buford
- Cherokee Lanes, Canton
- Stars and Strikes, Cumming
- Stars and Strikes, Dallas
- The Comet Pub and Lanes, Decatur
- Station 300 Gainesville, Gainesville
- Stars and Strikes, Lawrenceville/Dacula
- Stars and Strikes, Loganville
- Junction Lanes, Newnan
- Pin Strikes Entertainment Center, Stockbridge
- Stars and Strikes, Stone Mountain
- Stars and Strikes, Woodstock
Kids Bowl Free Summer Bowling Lanes Around Georgia
- Stars and Strikes, Augusta
- Blairsville Galaxy Bowling, Blairsville
- The Golden Isles Strike Zone, Brunswick
- Calhoun Bowling Center, Calhoun
- Stars and Strikes, Columbus
- Stars and Strikes, Cumming
- Thunderzone Entertainment Center, Douglasville
- Pinstrikes Entertainment, Macon
- Frames and Games Premier Bowling & Bistro, Pooler
- Premier Bowl & Bistro, Pooler
- Thomasville Pin Split, Thomasville
- Rose Lanes Bowling Center, Toccoa
- TNT Bowling Center, Vidalia
THE SUMMER GAMES KIDS BOWLING PROGRAM
The Summer Games bowling program is a season pass to bowl three games each day in the summer at participating bowling centers including Brunswick Zone, AMF and BowlMor Lanes.
HOW DOES THE SUMMER GAMES PROGRAM WORK?
The Summer Games Kids Bowling program works similarly to the Kids Bowl Free program. Participants must register with the actual local bowling alley where they wish to participate. The pass entitles the child to three games of bowling each day during the summer period, plus — this pass also includes shoe rental!
The program is only good for walk-ins and is subject to lane availability, so you may want to avoid really busy periods, or call before to make sure they have lanes available.
The Summer Games program is valid Monday through Friday from opening until 8 pm and Saturday and Sunday from opening until 4 pm. The price is dependent on the bowling location. In Georgia, the program starts at $34.95 for kids 15 and under. There is also an adult summer pass available. It has the same benefits and restrictions and is ranges from $34.95 – $39.95 per adult. Given this pass also includes shoe rental, it may be a better deal than the free pass.
WHAT BOWLING ALLEYS PARTICIPATE IN THE SUMMER GAMES PROGRAM?
Atlanta Area Summer Games Bowling Lanes
- BowlMor Atlanta
- Bowlero, Lilburn
- Bowlero, Marietta
- Bowlero, Austell
- Bowlero, Norcross
- Bowlero, Kennesaw
- Bowlero, Roswell
- AMF Woodstock Lanes
Georgia Summer Games Bowling Lanes
- AMF American Lanes, Conyers
- Bowlero, Columbus
More about bowling in and around Atlanta.
A lot of the Atlanta area bowling centers are a great spot for a birthday party too!
If you like this program, you may also want to check out the Kids Skate Free program.
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