Herrin Bowl is owned and ran by a local Herrin family who has been in the bowling business for many years. The alley has 16 bowling lanes, 6 pool tables, air hockey, and several arcade games to enjoy.
Built in 1959, the Herrin Bowl was a second home for many bowlers in the Southern Illinois area. The bright neon sign on IL148 shown as a beacon to draw in the residents and visitors alike. The LaBottes, who purchased Herrin Bowl in 1998, hoped to keep the family friendly nature of the business just as it had been when the doors opened long ago. However in August of 2002, the bowling alley was destroyed in a fire taking with it 40 years of memories. The family has since rebuilt and the alley is again known as a local hangout with events, tournaments, and much more going on each weekend.
This is not your ordinary snack bar. Find appetizers like fried pickles, cheese sticks, or mushrooms. If you want something a little bigger try the chicken wings or a pizza and you can't go wrong with the hamburger or grilled chicken sandwich. Top it off with a fountain soda and get your roll on.
Turn down the lights and turn up the fun with a night of Cosmic Bowling. This glow in the dark style of bowling is fun for the entire group. You can also book birthday parties and group outings in advance as well.
Family Friendly Fun – This bowling alley is a no smoking, no adult beverage facility.
2 Times the Fun- Check the Facebook page for great deals where you can get 2 hours of bowling for a great inexpensive price.
Leagues – Looking for a great evening activity? Check out all the available leagues at Herrin Bowl.