The 5 Best Bowling Spots on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel

A sparking clean bowling lane.

Sadly, you can’t spend all your time at the beach. Believe it or not, there may be a few days a year where the Southwest Florida weather isn’t absolutely perfect. Head inside to beat the heat or take refuge from the rain for a game of bowling while it blows over. Check out this list of fun spots for bowling and more on The Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel.

HeadPinz Entertainment Center (Fort Myers)

A slick, modern bowling alley with all kinds of bells and whistles, HeadPinz also has other fun activities, like laser tag, a zip line and a full-size arcade. Visit the HeadPinz website: http://www.headpinz.com/.

Beach Bowl and Pelican’s Arcade (Fort Myers Beach)

Located just inland from Fort Myers Beach, Beach Bowl and Pelican’s Arcade is a retro bowling alley with an attached arcade. Kill some time while an afternoon shower rolls through. Visit the Beach Bowl and Pelican’s Arcade website: http://www.beachbowlandpelicansarcade.com/.

Gator Lanes (Fort Myers)

Gator Lanes is a fun, old-school bowling alley known for its late-night bowling events and unlimited Thursdays (unlimited bowling, pizza and soda). Visit the Gator Lanes website: http://gatorlanes.com/.

Pin Street (Fort Myers)

With top-of-the-line bowling equipment and plenty of lanes, Pin Street is one of the best places to bowl in Southwest Florida. Visit Pin Street’s website: http://www.pinstreet.com/ftmyers/.

Bowland (Lehigh and Cape Coral)

Bowland has locations in Lehigh and Cape Coral, and offers fun, family-friendly bowling all day. Visit Bowland’s website: http://www.bowlandcenters.com/.

The next time your Beaches of Fort Myers & Sanibel vacation consists of a little rain, make your way inside to one of the area’s great bowling alleys. If you’re interested in other sports and recreation on The Beaches of Fort Myers and Sanibel, check out all of the things to do on land.

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