What We Offer

Bowling in a wheelchair is available anytime.  With a little notice we can have the ramp to get the wheelchair on the lane ready for you.  Wheelchair bowlers can bowl  $6 an hour.   Currently we do not have any adaptive wheelchair equipment but we still encourage anyone interested in bowling to come in and see if they may need any so we can accommodate in the future. Depending on the persons condition and strength will depend on the necessary equipment.  Start with a visit today and use one our of house balls with one our standard ramps if needed as a start to a new adventure and fun.

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 bowling in a wheelchair

Bowling Options

If you have a high level of disability then a bowling ramp will be a good choice. Bowling ramps help a lot because you do not need much physical effort. It is used to guide and roll the bowling ball into the alley to help you get that strike you are looking for. 


There are two ways the ramp can work, one is the ramp can be bought with a quick release button at the top of it to let the person have easy access to it. The other form of using it is without the button as just using the force of the wheelchair itself. The second way works better when you have a motorized wheelchair so you won’t have to worry about the weight of the ramp and the ball. 


Moving on to the next adaptive equipment piece is a bowling ball adaption.  If you have trouble lifting a bowling ball because of the three holes it has then you use a bowling ball handle. This handle is spring loaded and will insert itself into the ball once the ball is thrown down the alley.