Kids Bowl Free in Middle Tennessee

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It’s time to sign up for the Kids Bowl Free program! My kids and I used to do this every summer and we LOVED it! There are so many times during the long summer break when it rains or it’s just too stinkin’ hot to do anything outside. Those are the days you can head to the bowling alley. Often, I just let the kids bowl while I caught up on my summer reading. It was bliss!!!  My local bowling alley has lots of seating, bumpers for kids bowling, clean restrooms and a reasonably priced snack bar. Make sure you check out your own local place before signing up. But honestly, it’s kind of a ‘no lose’ situation.  Even if you never go, it’s free. So you haven’t lost anything except the short time it takes to register.

The program gets you two free games for each registered child every day all summer long. Shoe rental is not included but that’s generally not a huge cost.

Each location has specific times and days that this promotion is valid. Look for those on the sign up page or in a follow up email. Kids Bowl Free also offers an option where you can purchase unlimited summer bowling for up to 4 adults for a reduced fee. Registration is usually open to kids under age 15 but this limit may vary by location so make sure to double check when you sign up.

Some locations also offer school break specials to enrolled kids after the summer is over.  Keep an eye out for those special deals and you may be able to entertain your kids all year round 🙂

Here are the participating Middle Tennessee Locations (Click on the name to get to the registration page.)

Due to COVID-19, each center will be following county and state guidelines this summer for reopening and operations. Please call your specific bowling center before heading out to make sure they are open for Kids Bowl Free.

Hendersonville Strike & Spare and Circus World – Hendersonville, TN – (Map)

May 8 – August 31, 2020

Monday  – Saturday  8AM- 4pm
Sunday  11AM – 4PM

Donelson Plaza Strike & Spare – (Map)

June 1 – August 31, 2020

Monday   10AM – 5PM
Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday   10AM – 9PM
Friday  & Saturday  10AM – 5PM
Sunday  12PM – 5PM

Tusculum Strike & Spare – Nashville, TN – (Map)

June 1 – October 31, 2020

Daily from  Open – 6PM

Hermitage Strike and Spare – Hermitage, TN – (Map)

June 1 – September 30, 2020

Monday – Thursday  10AM – 11PM
Friday & Saturday  10AM – 6PM
Sunday  12PM – Midnight

Lanes, Trains & Automobiles – Murfreesboro, TN – (Map)

June 1 – August 31, 2020

Monday -Thursday  11AM – 9PM
Friday   11AM – 5PM
Sunday Noon – 9PM

Murfreesboro Strike & Spare – (Map)  

May 8 – August 30, 2020 

Monday – Thursday  Open – 9PM
Friday  Open – 7PM

Smyrna Bowling Center (Map)

2020 Info not available

Stars and Strikes – Smyrna, TN (Map)

June 1 –  August 28, 2020

Monday – Friday Noon – 5PM
Saturday  9AM – Noon

Ten Pin Alley – Columbia, TN (Map)

June 1 – July 31, 2020

Monday – Friday  10AM – 7PM
Saturday  10AM – 2PM
Sunday  11AM – 7PM

Thunder Alley  – Dickson, TN – (Map)

May 11 – August 30, 2020

Monday, Wednesday & Thursday  10AM – 11PM
Tuesday 10AM – 5PM, 9PM – Close
Friday & Saturday  10AM – Midnight
Sunday  12PM-11PM

Tullahoma Bowling Lanes – (Map)

June 1 – September 7, 2020

Monday  10AM – 8PM
Tuesday  10AM – 5PM
Wednesday 10AM – 6PM
Thursday 10AM – 9PM
Friday & Saturday  12PM – 9PM
Sunday  1PM – 7PM

Pinnacle Family Entertainment Center – Clarksville, TN (Map)

2020 info not available.

Skyline Lanes – Clarksville, TN (Map)

2020 info not available.

You can find a complete listing of all participating locations in the state of Tennessee at this link.

A few bowling centers in Middle Tennessee are offering their own free bowling programs this summer.

Franklin Family Entertainment Center (Map)

April 15 – August 31, 2020

Kids can bowl one game free every day. Sign up at this link.

Rachel Kline

Rachel is a Middle Tennessee native, born and raised in the Nashville area and having lived in Hendersonville, Murfreesboro, and Mount Juliet. She is mom to 3, step mom to 4 and Grandma to one (so far!)

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