A classic diversion for both young and old, bowling has long been part of American culture. With a number of bowling alleys in the area, the Grand Strand offers families, friends and couples a wide variety of bowling and entertainment options. Everything from the shoe rental to selecting the ideal bowling ball is part of the experience we all know so well. Many of the area bowling centers feature state-of-the-art arcades, adjoining movie theaters, and some even offer live music. Full-service snack bars and lounges provide everything from burgers and soda to upscale meals and craft beers. A great way to spend a rainy afternoon or fun-filled evening, area bowling alleys are always eager to help you plan your next birthday party or group function. Watch for special events where the bowling centers are transformed into exciting club-style venues featuring high energy music and light displays to accompany your game.
With two locations (one in Market Common and the other in Conway near Coastal Carolina University) 810 Bowling is the newest and coolest bowling entertainment center around! Guests here will enjoy bowling in a modern atmosphere as well as special private black-light bowling lanes! In addition, 810 also features a full-service restaurant and bar as well as other fun things to do like games and even glow in the dark mini-golf.
710 North Myrtle Beach
One of the newest hangouts to hit the beach, 710 is a combination bowling alley/bar/restaurant/arcade that took over the old North Myrtle Beach Bowling Center. Games are the center of everything here with hourly rentals available for Bocce courts, Table Tennis, Billiards, Shuffleboard tables, Air hockey and Bowling. They also offer unlimited play of Darts, Foosball, Checkers, Chess, Backgammon and Scrabble for free! And if all that wasn’t enough there’s a big selection of craft beers and drinks and a gourmet menu of unique bar treats to keep you from going hungry.More Info Visit Website
Myrtle Beach Bowl
Just west of the Intracoastal Waterway along U.S. Hwy 501, Myrtle Beach Bowl is open seven days a week for family fun. Featuring over 20 lanes in a smoke-free environment, Myrtle Beach Bowl is a great place for kids and adults to really let loose. Numerous birthday packages, group rates and competitive leagues make Myrtle Beach Bowl the perfect place to bowl the occasional game or start a weekly tradition.
Surfside Bowling Center
Surfside Bowling Center in Surfside Beach is a state-of-the-art, modern bowling facility, with an extensive arcade, 32 professional-grade lanes and a full-service bar and grill. The Center offers a wide variety of entertainment options, and the bar features numerous craft and domestic beers, delicious burgers, and calzones, all served with your favorite NFL and college games on multiple TVs.
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75. Tattoos & Piercings
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49. Comedy Clubs & Shows
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10. Boat Cruises
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