Kids Bowl Free and Summer Games are two ways to beat the summer heat and keep kids active. Sign up for Kids Bowl Free and get two free bowling games every day. The Summer Games kids bowling program doesn’t offer free bowling games for kids, but it could be a better deal. We’ll tell you why.
Kids Bowl Free and Discounts on Summer Bowling
Bowling Centers around Atlanta and Georgia are enticing kids on summer vacation to visit them with free kids bowling programs like the Kids Bowl Free program. Parents take heart. The program offers a family pass add on that lets you participate with your child for a small fee. Go to kidsbowlfree.com for details.
There are also bowling lanes in Georgia and the Atlanta area that don’t participate in a free bowling for kids program, but do sell a summer pass allowing three bowling games for kids each day for one low price. This may be a better deal than the free bowling games for kids, we’ll tell you why below.
What is the Kids Bowl Free Program
Kids Bowl Free offers registered children the opportunity to receive two bowling games free every day throughout the summer. Specific dates for the free bowling program are set by each participating bowling alley. You’ll be able to see this information when you register. Note: Bowling shoes are not included in this program. If you plan to bowl a lot, it may be worth purchasing a pair of bowling shoes for your child.
How Does the Kids Bowl Free Program Work
There is a complete list of Kids Bowl Free participating bowling centers on the website. Below are centers with free summer programs in Georgia in 2016. Once you’ve determined where you’d like to participate in the kids bowl free program follow these steps:
- Select the 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. The family pass starts at $28.95 and is good for up to four adults. You can register just one adult for the family pass, or four, the price is still the same. 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 for 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 passes and you are ready for a fun summer bowling with your kids.
Kids Bowl Free Participating Bowling Alleys (updated 2017)
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
- Stars and Strikes, Lawrenceville/Dacula
- Stars and Strikes, Loganville
- Stars and Strikes, Sandy Springs
- Pin Strikes Entertainment Center, Stockbridge
- Stars and Strikes, Stone Mountain
- Stars and Strikes, Woodstock
Kids Bowl Free Summer Bowling Lanes Around Georgia
- Galaxy Bowling of Union County, Blairsville
- The Golden Isles Strike Zone, Brunswick
- Calhoun Bowling Center, Calhoun
- Stars and Strikes, Columbus
- Miracle’s Cosmic Bowl, Dalton
- Your Bowling Center, Douglasville
- Shamrock Bowling Center, Dublin
- Family Entertainment Center, Fort Benning
- Mall Bowling Center, Fort Benning
- Gordan Lanes, Fort Gordan
- Marne Lanes Bowling Center, Fort Stewart
- Stewart Lanes, Fort Stewart
- Funtastik! FEC/Gainesville
- FEC Gainesville Bowling, Gainesville
- Pinstrikes Entertainment, Macon
- The Spot Bowling Center, Moody AFB
- Robins Bowling Center, Robins AFB
- Frames and Games, Pooler
- Rose Bowl Lanes, Thomasville
- Rose Lanes Bowling Center, Toccoa
- TNT Bowling Center, Viadalia
The Summer Games Kids Bowling Program
The Summer Games bowling program is a season pass to bowl three games each day from May 22 through Sept. 4 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 similar to the Kids Bowl Free. Participants must register with the actual 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 Sumer 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 $25.95 and goes to $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 $33.95 – $39.95 per adult. Given this pass also includes shoe rental, it may be a better deal than the free pass.
What Bowling Alley’s Participate in the Summer Games Program
Atlanta Area Summer Games Bowling Lanes
- BowlMor Atlanta
- Brunswick, Marietta
- AMF Marietta Lanes
- Brunswick’s Peachtree, Norcross
- Brunswick Zone, Marietta
- Brunswick Zone, Roswell
- Brunswick Zone XL, Kennesaw
- Brunswick Zone, Lawrenceville
- AMF Woodstock Lanes
- AMF Snellville Lanes
Georgia Summer Games Bowling Lanes
- AMF American Lanes, Conyers
- AMF Peachtree Lanes, Columbus
If you like this program, you may also want to check out the Kids Skate Free program.