“Sometimes less is more,” is an approach quietly taken by moms for years.
Keeping this in mind, there was an important fact to consider when designing our new family bowling alley: The majority of our guests stand below four feet tall, meaning we needed a kid-friendly twist to make it fun: We cut the length of the lanes in half. Together with a “one sized ball fits all” approach, and a “No Rental Shoes Allowed” policy, we’re proud to roll-out 10 lanes of this classic American game your whole family can now enjoy.
So after a day of merrily zipping down the biggest waterslides, they’ll be happily rolling five-pound balls down kid-sized lanes and actually hitting pins. And you can smile, knowing that you’re wearing your own shoes.
Asked by Elizabeth from on 3/5/2012
My husband and I are planning on taking our sons here for a weekend trip over the summer and are just trying to find out what other expenses for activities are not covered with our room/waterpark passes. I know there is an arcade which obviously is not pai
Debbie G. from Long Island, NY
Asked by Maria from Brewster on 6/11/2011
How much does it cost for 2 adults and 2 children?
Dawn R. from Massapequa, NY