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The facility is 16 lanes with automatic scoring and automatic bumpers for children. The flooring to the bowling lanes is a flush surface which makes it easily accessible for children and the young at heart. The center offers open bowling, league bowling and Xtreme bowling, a high energy bowling experience with music and lights. The BES X Scoring System allows bowlers to take part in many unique experiences from traditional games to MAD games which are interactive five frame games designed to keep everyone involved and having fun! The Gutterball Grill, a snack bar, is located in the Bowling Center and serves food, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages daily. Other events include daily specials, summer and winter leagues, intramural leagues, young at heart leagues, command functions and birthday parties. The center also has a pro shop with professional fitting and drilling service. Individual or group lessons are available.
Wednesdays: $9.95 All you can bowl, from 4 - 10 pm.
Thursdays: Active Duty Appreciation Day! Games are $1 each for Active Duty & their guests, noon - 3 pm. Reservations accepted. Times may vary based on morning league end time.
Thursday Night Out: $10 All you can bowl, 6 - 10 pm, includes bowling & shoe rental. Food & beverage specials available. Chances to win prizes just by participating!
Fridays: Night Extreme - new hours! Shoes included. Call for details.
Saturdays: Call for current pricing & times. Shoes included.
Command Functions: Looking for a great command function? Why not a bowling event? Fun for all! Click here to set up an event for commands, families, spouses groups & more!
*Please note, the specials do not include shoes unless stated otherwise.
ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to the financial performance over the last 12 months, NAS Freedom Lanes Bowling Center is operating at a net profit loss. Part of the operating expenses include paying utilities at a cost of $70,000 per year. Effective October 1, 2019, 8 of the 24 bowling lanes will be closed resulting in 16 lanes for play. By decreasing from 24 to 16 lanes, the $70,000 utility expense will be eliminated therefore turning the program from a Category C program into a Category B program. Category C programs are responsible for paying the utility expense. Funding from Commander, Navy Installations Command (CNIC) and Navy Region Southeast (CNRSE) will be used to renovate the facility. Renovations will include upgrading furniture, new ball returns, relocation of the main counter, new flooring throughout the facility and the latest updates to the QAMF BESX Scoring system. These changes will provide enhancements never seen in Navy Bowling centers.