During our Walt Disney World trip in February, my nephew, 4, got his first taste of bowling. Friends were there and we dropped in on their game to say hi. They allowed my nephew to participate and he loved it. So during our recent trip in June, my sister and I agreed that we would take time to visit Splitsville at Disney Springs to bowl (and eat). We attempt to do something new on each trip.
We arrived around 11am and was able to take advantage of the Early Bird Bowling prices (Child/$8 Adult/$12). Since it was three of us, our time in a lane was one hour and fifteen minutes.
We got our bowling shoes and were escorted to a lane upstairs.
My nephew could not wait to get started. I have only bowled once and my sister was in a bowling league. My score reflected that.
Our waitress, Jessica, was very nice and efficient. She answered all of questions about the food and drinks. My nephew and I got the large souvenir pin cups.
Our lunch consisted of a kid’s cheese pizza, Parmesan chicken tenders, and Crouching Dragon Sushi. My sister said she heard good reviews of the sushi.
In the time frame allotted, we were able to get in two games between laughing and eating. I came in last both times. I did manage to get some strikes as well as gutter balls. My nephew loved knocking down the pins and even had a dance despite the sign posted (LOL).
I can say we had a fun and relaxing morning at Splitsville. The facility was clean, staff was very nice/helpful, food was great, and most of all my nephew’s excitement. Bowling at Splitsville may be request of his on every trip.