**The Playdrome in Toms River, NJ was always a part of this FREE event. It is on their website, but I can not find any definite answers on the free bowling this year at their lanes. Please email me at sue.moll@townsquaremedia.com, if you know anything about their bowling schedule so I can add it for the moms and dads reading this. Thank you.**

Bowling is fun for all ages and when it's FREE it's even better.


Sunday morning is our favorite time to go bowling, we love it. It's nice to see bowling alleys open and pretty busy. I know I tried to get a lane several weeks ago and it was so crowded and I love to see that.

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The Playdrome in Toms River is a part of the fantastic Kids Bowl Free Program for this summer. It's so cool your kids can bowl FREE all summer.

Tomasz Wyszoamirski, Getty Stock, ThinkStock
Tomasz Wyszoamirski, Getty Stock, ThinkStock

Kids Bowl Free is a program designed by bowling centers across the country to give back to the community and provide a safe and fun way for the kids to spend time this summer. Kids will receive two FREE games of bowling each day of the program all summer.

Most states are taking part in this program for the summer. New Jersey towns participating are Brooklawn, Oakland, Hammonton, Ledgewood, Maple Shade, Pilesgrove/Woodstown, Sparta, Stratford, Washington, Wayne, and only ONE in Ocean County - Toms River's Playdrome.

Kids love bowling and when we can do it as a family, it's even better. I love this idea of FREE bowling, especially in the summer because let's face it, kids get bored. Now, they won't get bored. Bowling every week will keep them busy.

The two free games are for children 15 years and younger. Schools and organizations are all behind the Kids Bowl Free program. The free games are Monday through Friday 9 am - 3 pm. Click here to register your child for the summer bowling Kids Bowl Free Program.

For more information about free bowling for your kids, click here.

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