Some people have their own pool, even tennis court and basketball courts. But this is beyond unique!
If you were to build this and we guarantee you’ll be the envy of the neighborhood. It’s fun for kids and adults alike, and is a great way to practice your pin-squashing skills without spending money at your local alley.
Now this is something that I’m really excited about! I know that having a bowling alley in my backyard will surely keep my kids off of their computers and telephones and it would be well worth doing this project!
So awesome, right?! All that’s missing is a grill and a bar and you’re all set for your next backyard party! And, I’m so sure that people will come! Heck, I might not be able to fight them off!
So, if you love to bowl and the only bowling alley close to you is too far away, I can’t think of anything more convenient and fun than to have one at your fingertips!
The game brings out the kid in all of us. And while the term “bowling alley” might bring about certain connotations to some people, it’s a wonderful place to go to share a good time with friends and relatives.
But what happens when the only bowling establishment around for miles closes down? All of a sudden, the nearest outlet for the game we enjoyed so much when we were growing up, and as adults, can potentially be too far to travel to.
Because bowling is such a popular game, there are many folks across the country who have solved the problem with location. They’ve done it by bringing bowling to the home. There are a number of resourceful individuals that have successfully built their own makeshift bowling lane to be played in the basement or in the backyard. It’s not as difficult as you might think to create your own bowling alley, depending on how much work you want to put into it.
Watch how Cottage Life DIY builds this bowling alley in their step by step tutorial if you want one in your backyard!