Tiger Lanes Bowling Center
1711 Kegleman Blvd, Alexandria, LA 71303
- Mon - Sun
Open 24 Hours
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Tiger lanes is now known as England Airpark Lanes and the new number is 318-704-6695. New owners and new attitude. Worth the trip
The pins and balls get stuck very often. The first 2 times we went we used a "free game" pass and the guy running the register said it covered up to 8 ppl and all we had to pay for was shoe rental for each person who played. We had no issues with that. The guy then gave us another free game pass upon payment. When we went back and attempted to use the pass he gave us, he looked at us dumb founded and said the card only covered one player. And he don't know who told us otherwise or who gave us the card and rang us up the previous time. We told him "it was you!" He continued to look at us dumb founded. So we all (7 players) handed him back out bowling shoes and walked out. Not sure how one visit a free game card can pay for 6 ppl then the next visit it only pays for one person. By the way the young guy was dark complected with black hair and usually wears a baseball cap. He appears to be 18-22 years of age.
I started taking my children here to bowl to avoid all ppl at four seasons. My kids love that they can just walk around freely. The staff are very friendly and very helpful. However this bowling alley isn't for anyone who takes bowling really serious it's for having fun. I would recommend this to anyone laid back and casual.
The center is under new ownership with a new phone number: (318) 542-7615
This is a rather small bowling alley since it use to belong to England Air Force Base. Very helpful people but unfortunately trying to get an open lane is very difficult. Four Seasons is a much better choice since they always have open lanes at any time of the day. Tiger Lanes' website says 2-10pm Tues and Thurs. They may open at this time but not open for business at all. If you call, you will be told they have league bowling that night and they have no open lanes. Not sure how this place stays in business, honestly. I believe it will not last much longer. If you call any other days they are "open", it is a 50/50 chance you will get a lane. Mostly on weekends you may be able to sneak a few games in before they have to shut the lanes down for different reasons. The lanes are good but the returns hang up and you take a chance on getting your ball scarred on certain lanes also, then its $45 dollars to refinish it.
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