Next Thursday, the new Bowlin’ Alley will open on Hwy. 29 in Valley in the old Valley Bowl location with an updated look and will offer electronic scoring on half of the lanes as well as arcades.
"We will have 25 to 27 arcades and they will be card operated so you can accumulate points for prizes. We will also have seven 58-inch televisions throughout The Bowlin’ Alley, Fluorescent enhancements to the lanes will be added, a digital menu at the snack bar, and more over time ", said Co-Owner Carmen Turnham.
Renovations began shortly after the new owners, Jason and Carmen Turnham purchased the Bowlin’ Alley. Those renovations included painting, extending the concessional area, adding new lights and new fans as well as remodeling the pool and conference room.
Regarding those famous hamburgers, Turnham addressed that in an interview with the Chambers Ledger.
"We will still offer those delicious hamburgers that the community is accustomed to and a historical section at the front to tell the story of the Valley Bowl and its history", added Turnham.
The new Bowlin’ Alley opens next week in Valley.