🎳 Kids Bowl Free

Starting in 2007, Kids Bowl Free partnered with more than 1,500 bowling alleys across the nation to provide families with free fun! Since then, over 35 million children and families have beat the summer heat for free at local bowling alleys.

Start today! Scroll down to the gallery below and find a Kids Bowl Free bowling alley near you! Register your kids, then bowl free all spring and summer long!

Good-to-Know KBF Info

  • Shoe Rental. Each bowling alley has their own shoe rental program. Check with your KBF alley prior to your visit.
  • Family Passes. KBF offers a Family Pass with a one-time payment! Pay once, and families get two free games per day all spring and summer for up to four adults during your child's KBF free bowl.
  • Family Passes. Family passes are optional and can only be purchased online or by check through Kids Bowl Free. You cannot register for KBF at the participating bowling alley.
  • Field Trips & Group Outings. Only individual children and families can join KBF. The program is not intended for school field trips or other large group outings.
  • Kid-Free Bowling. KBF was designed for families to use together. If you want to bowl without your children present, contact the participating bowling alley to see if you can bowl without your children present.
  • Schools, Churches, & Kid Organizations. KBF will provide schools, churches, and kid organizations with free bowling passes upon request!

Scroll on for a list of Kids Bowl Free bowling alleys in Idaho!

7 Idaho Bowling Alleys Where Kids Bowl Free All Spring & Summer

These Idaho bowling centers around the state provide 2 FREE games of bowling each day to kids and families during the spring and summer!

Gallery Credit: Ryan Valenzuela

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Boise Parks You Can Drink In While Your Kids Play

Looking to throw yours or your kid’s next birthday bash, celebration, or bangin' barbeque on the Boise Greenbelt?

Look no further because we have good news for you, friend. Gin n’ juice, beer, and wine are welcome at these six parks with an easy-to-secure permit and reservation.

Gallery Credit: Ryan Valenzuela

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