What are your hours of operation?

Our center is open 24 hours a day 364 days a year. Typically, we close at 2pm Christmas Eve and reopen again 4pm Christmas day. Please keep in mind that hours are subject to change for any unforeseen circumstances. If for any reason we need to schedule a closure, we will notify our patrons via our webpage, signage, and social media platforms. 


How does it work?

It's easy! Step up to our front desk and let our friendly staff know how you would like to bowl (by game or by hour). They will get you set up on as many lanes as you might need and hand everyone their shoes. Please keep in mind bowling shoes are a requirement, whether they be your own or rented from the alley. 


Can I bring in my kids, even if there is a bar?

The Kopa Room is an enclosed bar, so bringing young children in at any time is perfectly OK. We do not card anyone to get into the bowling center, only the Kopa Room. We only ask that you supervise your children at all times. 


Linbrook Bowl is a perfect place to host an event. Whether it be a birthday party, bachelor/bachelorette party, or company party, we have accomodations for you. Please make sure to check with the front desk either by walk-in or phone to make sure lanes and/or banquet room are available. We do ask that a $25.00 deposit be given for all groups. 

Can I host a party here? How do I make a reservation?


How do I join a league?

League sign up sheets are always out at our front desk. If you are not seeing one that you are interested in, please feel free to contact us or ask our front desk staff if they can assist you with signing up. Leagues start up bi-annually and joining mid-season is generally not a problem. 


Our Vegas leagues host their sweeps (final) week in Las Vegas, NV. Over the course of their season, they will bowl here at Linbrook and collect a prize fund that will pay for some or all of your stay in Vegas. Linbrook has contracts with several hotels to host our leagues. Each league runs different, so it's good to contact us for more detailed information. 

How do Vegas leagues work?