Bowlers of all skill levels have a huge selection of bowling alleys all over Las Vegas. Whether it’s a serious, going for 300 kind of night or a drink per frame kind of night out with friends, anyone can enjoy Sin City’s finest lanes. 

The Palms Kingpin Suite

The Kingpin Suite at the Palms Casino Resort tops the list for any bowler in Las Vegas. The 4,500 square foot suite features two private, full-sized lanes overlooking the Strip. The usual accompaniments of a pool table, a full bar and theater-sized TV. Should want to leave the room a private concierge service or private butler can cater to any request, as well as, lock up VIP status at ghostbar and Moon nightclubs.

Brooklyn Bowl

The only bowling alley on the Strip is located in the Linq and also doubles as a live music venue. The bowling side has 32 lanes, a full bar and food by NYC’s Blue Ribbon. It caters to the partying crowd and doesn’t open until 5 pm most days.

Red Rock Lanes

The Red Rock Casino’s bowling alley is where most serious Las Vegas bowlers roll. The 72 lanes are competition-quality, hosting PBA events, but smoothed with cool red glow of the Red Rock Lanes neon deco sign on the wall.

There is a full pro shop, a game room, full-service snack bar and lounge. VIP lanes with bottle service is on the menu, making it Vegas’ most versatile and popular bowling alleys.

The Gold Coast

The next door neighbor of the Rio, many burnt out WSOP players made their way to the Gold Coast over the years to decompress in the local-friendly casino. The second floor alley features 70 lanes open 24 hours a day, a video arcade, pro shop and a full service bar.

While on paper the Gold Coast appears to be among the best places to bowl in Las Vegas, the degenerates of the poker media adopted it as their home away from home during the WSOP – cheap drinks, bar-top gaming and bartenders with infinite patience to deal with all sorts of obnoxious behavior have made for some legendary stories. 

The Orleans

The Orleans is a favorite for Las Vegas locals with its massive footprint, affordable dining options and the lowest rake in town. A 18-screen movie theater, event center and expansive free parking lots further adds to the draw for locals and the 70-lane bowling alley is one of the busiest in the city.

Wildfire Casino and Lanes

This boutique casino is perfect for a guy’s night out. The Wildfire Casino and Lanes on E. Sunset features 18 lanes with chase lounges and full bar. The casino has 193 slots and video poker games and a Sports Book for action in between frames.