Andrews AFB Bowling Center

Andrews AFB Bowling Center

  Name: Andrews AFB Bowling Center  
  Address: Bldg 1672 Arnold Avenue  
  City: Camp Springs  
  State: MD  
  Zip: 20762  
  Phone: (301) 981-3335  
  Lanes: 24  
  Lane Type:  
  Pro Shop: No  
  Food: None  
How Does Andrews AFB Bowling Center Rate?
Votes:    44
Lanes: Actual Value is 2.1Actual Value is 2.1Actual Value is 2.1
Food: Actual Value is 1.9Actual Value is 1.9
Price: Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4Actual Value is 2.4
Fun: Actual Value is 2.3Actual Value is 2.3Actual Value is 2.3
Overall: Actual Value is 2.1Actual Value is 2.1Actual Value is 2.1
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Andrews AFB Bowling Center Comments

Comment Date: 10/17/2010 Name: Doug
I bowl here every Tuesday afternoon, I get good service, and I like the lanes. I use to be a 170-180s bowler, I’m gettin back there.The league bowlers seem to do very well here quite regularly. If a bowler doesn’t do well, it’s not the lane’s fault. Bowlers are like fishermen, they always have an excuse for not doing well. There is a 13y/o seems to hit 300 regularly. Lane prices are very reasonable. Best burger on base, the food is good, service is good. I wish they were open for lunch. AS for Leagues vs. taking are of the service man. Poor location, needs more room for more lanes and parking. Signage would help. Unless you know where it is, you won’t notice it. That being said, the leagues provide the majority of any Bowling Alley’s business, being a base bowling alley, they are providing a service for all eligible bowlers. If they had a larger demand they could justify a new location for expansion.
A Friend and I bowled 9 games 6 for me 3 for him, plus 1 pr of shoes for $22.00 and had a great time. You can’t beat that, and they thanked us for our patronage when we arrived not just when we paid! There are room for improvements, but that’s a funding issue. You get good service, good food, and have fun without going broke.

Comment Date: 4/18/2010 Name: TSGT Moore
I remember Gino Bernacchia from the early-mid 80s at Andrews AFB, he was a 180+ bowler, pretty good for some one in their late 60s early 70s age. Jerry Bernacchia used to sub in the 80s and threw some 700s back then which were pretty good in that era. LT Col Brian Marler was the 25 yr old ball driller who was a great bowler; I believe he is on the West Coast now.

Comment Date: 3/22/2010 Name: Steve
The only 2 times this place had the great scores was when Brian Marler was here in the 80’s and Gino and Jerry Bernacchia was here in the early 70s.

Comment Date: 3/1/2009 Name: UnSAT
Lanes are nice but the food prices are a little high for me. It would be better if the sold pitchers of beer and did not kick people out because of league bowling. Military facility should serve military member all of the time. I had to leave and go to a local bowling alley to bowl and spend all of my money.

Comment Date: 12/7/2008 Name: boris
How come there is no working hours schedule posted on the entrance doors?

Comment Date: 12/6/2007 Name: Maj. Payne
Bowling center is out-dated and their cosmic s*cks.

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