Kids Bowl Free Program Strikes Up Summer Fun in Huntsville
With school out and a seemingly endless amount of summer days stretching ahead of you, you may be on the hunt for cheap and free summer fun. If you’re looking for ways to beat the heat and enjoy some indoor fun with the family, Stars and Strikes’ Kids Bowl Free program may be just what you’re looking for this summer.
The Kids Bowl Free program runs from April 24 through August 18, 2023 and allows registered children 15 years and younger to enjoy two free games a day Monday through Saturday. Bowling shoes must be worn during the game and are available for rent for $3.99 for children and $4.99 for adults.
Parents can also get in on the fun by purchasing a family pass! There’s a four person pass available for $39.95 or a two person pass available for $34.95. With the one time payments, adults can enjoy two free games a day with their children throughout the Kids Bowl Free program dates.
For even more fun, families can visit the arcade after the two free games or enjoy laser tag, an escape room, bumper cars, and more. You can also enjoy lunch by the lanes and can find the Stars and Strikes menu here.
Kids Bowl Free Details
When: Mondays – Saturdays, April 24 – August 18, 2023
Mondays – Fridays 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. | Saturdays 10 a.m. – Noon
Location: Stars and Strikes – 930 Old Monrovia Rd. NW, Huntsville, AL 35806 (Map)
Ages: Children Ages 2 – 15
Cost: Yes. Kids really are free (the program allows for two free games each day) but bowling shoes must be worn. You can either bring your own or rent from Stars and Strikes.
🎳 Child Shoe Rentals – $3.99
🎳 Adult Shoe Rentals – $4.99
🎳 Family Pass for Two Adults – $34.95
🎳 Family Pass for Four Adults – $39.95
Children must be registered before their first free bowling game. You can register and purchase a family pass here.
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Lauren Lee is a longtime dog mom transitioning to life as a rookie human mom. She is married to her college sweetheart, Josh, and they welcomed their son, Oliver, to the world in June. Lauren is a Jacksonville State University alumni and has been a published writer since she was sixteen. In her free time, Lauren enjoys reading, writing, knitting and hiking with her two dogs.