Park Bowl74 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 11:00 pm]
- Address: 4175 Meridian St, Bellingham, WA 98229, USA, United States
- Timings: 08:00 am - 11:00 pm Details
- Phone: +1-3607341430
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Bowling Alley, Family And Kids, Games
The Park Bowl offers full on fun, food and bowling in a vibrant and family-oriented atmosphere. People of all age groups can enjoy bowling on the 18 immaculate lanes which have computerized scoring system. If bowling is not your forte then enjoy with the bumper cars, arcade games and the pool games on the three pool tables in their game room. Bowling leagues like the Fall League commences in weekly and bi-weekly basis with different intervals between each session. Hump-day League on Wednesdays, Club 55 on Thursdays, Northenders on Fridays, Striking Women on Mondays and Mixers on Sundays are the events that the bowlers look forward to. You can enjoy food and drinks from the Splitz Grille while enjoying a match on the televisions.
How to Reach Park Bowl
- Bus 48 to stop : Westerly Rd at Meridian St
- Buses 3, 4, 15, 24, 26, 27, 48, 71X, 232, 331, BOLTBUS to stop : Cordata Station
Park Bowl Reviews & Ratings
Love walking the trails in the bowl. There are some fun boardwalks, bridges and awesome old growth. There is a lot of water around in the form of creeks, swamps and ponds and the associated wildlife. I have seen owls, eagles, herons, ducks and geese and even saw a hummingbird last time around.
Awesome place to hike and especially to mountain bike. Right close to home and clean well maintained trails with very few people using them.
As avid trail-goers we visit Downs bowl rather regularly. This place is magical! If you take the gravel trail on the left side of the baseball fields and follow it into the forest, there are several side trails in there that go to wonderful places! We have hiked these trails over 20 times and we still find new routes. It is like a spider-web of trails in there that would take hours to get through all of them. Make sure to bring a map or a friend so you don't get lost. Almost every path will eventually lead you out though. In the first picture here you see a fallen tree has recently destroyed one of the many wooden bridges. Be careful if you decide to climb over it as the trunk is pretty slippery.
Good trail network. Well maintained even since my childhood. The marsh could do with some birdhouses and nature signage would be nice for educational purposes. The maps have never been accurate, but that adds adventure.
It could definetly use more maps and signs and bit of cleanup and maybe a pond. We got lost multiple times