At our store, we proudly offer reclaimed bowling alley lanes that have been given a new lease on life. These distinctive panels primarily consist of sturdy maple and pine, meticulously salvaged from local bowling alleys. Whether you’re looking to revamp your kitchen with a one-of-a-kind countertop, create a stylish and functional island top, or craft an inviting bar top, our reclaimed bowling alley lanes are the perfect choice. Please note that our inventory is ever-evolving, so you can always expect fresh and exciting options to choose from.

Our commitment to sustainability shines through in every piece we offer. Each reclaimed bowling alley lane has a story to tell, having witnessed countless strikes and spares before finding its way into our inventory. The rich history and character ingrained in these panels make them more than just surfaces; they’re conversation starters and pieces of art. Whether you’re drawn to the warm, honey-toned grains of maple or the rustic charm of pine, our selection caters to a wide range of tastes and design preferences.

What kind of wood is used in a bowling alley?

Bowling alleys typically use woods like maple and pine for their lanes. These woods are known for their durability and smooth grain patterns, which are essential for providing a consistent surface for bowling.

What can I make out of old bowling alley lanes?

Old bowling alley lanes can be repurposed into a variety of unique and attractive items. Some popular options include using them to create countertops, kitchen islands, bar tops, dining tables, coffee tables, benches, and even wall paneling. The distinctive character and history of the wood add a special touch to any interior design project.

How thick is the wood of a bowling lane?

The thickness of the wood on a bowling lane is typically around 2.25 inches (approximately 5.7 centimeters). This thickness is necessary to provide the strength and durability required for the repeated impact of bowling balls and to maintain a consistent playing surface.