AMF Hemet Lanes

AMF Hemet Lanes

  Name: AMF Hemet Lanes  
  Address: 2850 West Florida Avenue  
  City: Hemet  
  State: CA  
  Zip: 92543  
  Phone: (951) 929-9923  
  Hours: Mon-Thu 9am-11pm, Fri-Sat 9am-1am and Sun 11am-11p  
  Lanes: 32  
  Lane Type: Synthetic  
  Pro Shop: Yes  
  Food: Snack Bar  
How Does AMF Hemet Lanes Rate?
Votes:    148
Lanes: Actual Value is 0.7
Food: Actual Value is 0.6
Price: Actual Value is 0.4
Fun: Actual Value is 0.8
Overall: Actual Value is 0.6
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AMF Hemet Lanes Comments

Comment Date: 2/17/2012 Name: Allison
How much does it cost per person per game?

Comment Date: 9/19/2010 Name: Just a dad
I’ve bowled here a few times by now and I think the lanes are OK, not really great. My main gripe is the rates. They’re too high. I love bowling but I don’t see myself bowling there very often. I don’t have the time for a league, so that’s ruled out. Somebody needs to open another place so that there can be competition.

Comment Date: 6/27/2010 Name: Started bowling 1998
What I liked about the Hemet Lanes is that its close to my residence. What I don’t like is their high lineage rates for the bowling leagues. For serious league bowlers, the average point money is about $5, where as, other leagues in other bowling houses, the average point money is about $20. See the difference. Hemet lanes do need to re-open their play room for kids under 12 during league time. The arcade is NOT a safe place. There isn’t any adult supervision taking place. Finally, their daily bowling rate and food prices do need to be reduced. In these hard economic times, the bowling alley should reduce their rates in order to bring more families out to bowl.

Comment Date: 8/7/2009 Name: Anonymous
The lanes here are alright and they got new plasma displays and since i am on a league its 1.69 a game i would rate it a 8

Comment Date: 8/3/2009 Name: J 208 AVG Fonteze
This place is a dump. I tried to get a job there with 2yrs exp on lanes they hired a young kid who didnt event know how to oil the lanes correct. this was very bad for my league bowling night. employees were negative behing food counter. only 2 front desk attendents were helpfull every time. they must thing people will waste their money here since the did buy out and close the good bowling alley in east hemet years ago. now you cant but that property or event lease it with out stating you will never use it as a bowling alley. thats a jip. and the new tv’s dont sell me on 5.75 a gam! is that 5 games during the day is almost 30 bucks. and dollar game night is way too late for anone who has a job! get a clue AMF! thats why I quit it!

Comment Date: 4/27/2007 Name: bigmanoncampus
I had the unfortunate time of bowling at this place. Can you say terrible rates and even worse lanes. I have only bowled at one other worse center in my life. If you could rate this between a one and a ten, I would give it a -2.

Comment Date: 1/21/2006 Name: Jakob Mueller
I bowled here a few times. The outside needs maintenance but the inside is nice. Decent lanes but it is the most expensive place to bowl for 100 miles in any direction. Mostly a older crowd which is good. They keep a handle on kids. If they would lower the rates a bit I would come quite often.

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