Bowling is a low-key sport almost anyone can get into, if there are any lanes near you. The state of Hawaii may not be a hotbed of bowling activity, but that doesn’t mean you can’t find places to play. Opportunities on the island of Maui may be limited, but that shouldn’t stop you from trying it out for the first time or scratching that old bowling itch again.
Bowling in Hawaii
1976 E Vineyard St Wailuku
The only bowling alley on Maui is Wailuku Lanes, an establishment you might have known by different names in the past. With 10 lanes, it is best to know ahead of time when open play is available. Only Tuesdays, Thursday, Saturdays and Sundays have limited hours open for open play, so check with their website, https://wailukulanesmaui.com/ and reserve your time through the reservation number above.
If you find yourself in other parts of the state, you can look for other alleys on other islands. Oahu has the most bowling facilities among the islands, and the difference is staggering. Next time you are there, try fitting a few frames in during your stay.
Bowling From Home
While you could try to build your own bowling alley in your home, that’s far from the only option you have at home. Bowling video games and virtual reality (VR) bowling could be a great hobby to take up, or a fun party activity when you have people over. There are many titles on different video game platforms, old and new. Even if you have to buy some batteries, you won’t need to rent special shoes!