Bowling Alleys in the Omaha Area

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Whether you’re a seasoned bowler or just looking for a fun night out, these establishments will surely satisfy your cravings for strikes and spares. Lace up your bowling shoes and let’s go.

Entrance to Papio Bowl in Papillion, Nebraska

Map of Omaha Bowling Alleys

West Lanes Bowling Center / West Lanes Bowlatorium

West Lanes Bowlatorium

West Lanes Bowlatorium is a family-owned bowling alley that first opened in Omaha in 1955. This classic bowling alley has nightly specials as well as league bowling and cosmic bowling.

Their friendly staff and full-service bar and grill make West Lanes a great place for good old-fashioned fun.

Maplewood Lanes

Maplewood Lanes

Maplewood Lanes near I680 and Maple offers 36 bowling lanes for league and open play. Praised as Omaha’s favorite bowling alley since 1977, this family-friendly venue offers a welcoming atmosphere that appeals to bowlers of all ages and skill levels.

The venue also offers a unique all-season outdoor patio with an ice bar, fire-pit, radiant heat, and even a waterfall.

Chop’s Bowling Alley

Chops Bowling Alley in South Omaha

Chop’s Bowling Alley has been a staple in the South Omaha community for over 60 years. It is the oldest continuous bowling center in the city.

But don’t let its age fool you. The bowling alley is well-maintained with modern scoring systems. Chop’s Bowling Alley is a family-friendly place, offering birthday party packages that include bowling, shoe rental, and food.

Bob & Willie’s Wonderbowl

Bob & Willie’s Wonderbowl

Bob and Willie’s Wonderbowl is a quirky twist on a beloved pastime. This unique establishment, nestled in the vibrant Blackstone District, specializes in mini bowling—a smaller-scaled version of the traditional game that promises “half the size, twice the fun.”

Equipped with pint-sized balls and pins, Bob and Willie’s delivers an original and amusing challenge that’s perfect for groups seeking a fun night out with a competitive edge. Anchored by a lively bar and festive patio, this adult-only venue (21+) is worth a visit.

Bowlero Elkhorn

Bowlero Elkhorn

As part of the Bowlero chain, Bowlero Elkhorn has brought a modern, upscale bowling experience to Omaha. With nearly 30 bowling lanes equipped with state-of-the-art scoring systems, Bowlero offers exciting gameplay features like laser lights, blacklights, and video projection right onto the lanes.

Bowlers can relax with upscale bar food and cocktails in the sleek lounge area complete with plush couches and great music. Bowlero sets itself apart with amenities like luxury bowling balls, modern furniture, charging stations at seats, and fun social events like cosmic bowling. With its modern vibe, high-end amenities, and location in Elkhorn, Bowlero offers an unforgettable modern bowling experience for large groups or solo bowlers.

Mockingbird Lanes

Mockingbird Lanes

Colorful lighting and lounge seating give Mockingbird Lanes a sleek, modern vibe perfect for dates, parties, or late-night group bowling.

Western Bowl

Western Bowl in Omaha, Nebraska

Let the good times roll at Western Bowl in Millard. It is known for its friendly atmosphere and a variety of bowling leagues that cater to all ages and skill levels. From birthday parties to summer leagues, Western Bowl offers a perfect blend of competition and fun for families, groups, and individual bowlers.

Prices start at $6 per game per person, and Western Bowl also offers All You Can Bowl nights on different days of the week.

Papio Bowl

Giant bowling pins greet you as you walk through the door at Papio Bowl.

Weekly leagues, corporate events, and kids’ birthday parties keep the 24 lanes busy, but walk-ins can usually join open play. With its old-school vibe and experienced staff, Papio Bowl is a great bowling option in Papillion.