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Indian Hills Bowl

  Name: Indian Hills Bowl  
  Address: 962 Highway 62/412  
  City: Ash Flat  
  State: AR  
  Zip: 72513  
  Phone: (870) 994-7360  
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  Lanes: 12  
  Lane Type: Wood  
  Pro Shop: No  
  Food: None  
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How Does Indian Hills Bowl Rate?
Votes:    5
Lanes: Actual Value is 3.4Actual Value is 3.4Actual Value is 3.4Actual Value is 3.4
Food: Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2Actual Value is 4.2
Price: Actual Value is 3.6Actual Value is 3.6Actual Value is 3.6Actual Value is 3.6
Fun: Actual Value is 4Actual Value is 4Actual Value is 4Actual Value is 4
Overall: Actual Value is 3.6Actual Value is 3.6Actual Value is 3.6Actual Value is 3.6
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Comment Date: 7/28/2008 Name: bowler8
I used to bowl iin a 12 lane house in Sallisaw, OK.It also had wood lanes,it was an AMF house with 82/70 pinspotters.it was nice enough family owned/run.I had alot of good times there;bowled my 1st 200 ever,a 214.It was on East Main Street right off I-40 as you come into town;actually it was about 3miles from where you get off. Anyway I bowled a Junior league there,loved it My team made playoffs and finished 2nd out of 12teams over all.I averaged just under 200 for my age group14-18year olds;avg.198.Our season was 36weeks. Open bowling was cheap by today's standards;you could bowl for about 1.25/game and shoes were .85.This was a long time ago,1978 so I seriously doubt they would get longer than mid '90s out of it.By the way it was called Super Bowl with a Superman as part of the signage.They had a Grocery store right next door,a Safeway It's probably still there seeing that it is the only major chain in town everything else is privately owned family operations,IGA,etc. I left in summer of '79 to move to SC where I ve been ever since. Sure miss that town ,might go back sometime just to see what's up.The only major work you could actually make a decent living at was a concrete plant ,the R/R or oil industry and you had to prove at least partial Indian heritage {parents.uncles,Grandparents,etc.} Hope you enjoyed reading this as much as I enjoyed writing it.Other than bowling,the fishing and hunting is excellent ;I never actually hunted though as I didn't own anything beyond a BBgun, my dad was off in CA.for a year in Navy I'm sure he would not like to come home on emergency leave for a hunting accident.Sallisaw is a relitavely small town,I walked to school most of the time. got to go.

Comment Date: 9/2/2006 Name: lab n tree
for a 12 lane house the lanes are in good shape. good place for family bowling. the people working there are knowledgeable and friendly

Comment Date: 8/28/2006 Name: Anthony Doncheff
Specs/certs are outstanding. Back ends are crisp/sharp. Owner uses quality oil. Tweeners paradise. Wood rules!

Comment Date: 7/27/2006 Name: JUNKY
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