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Aero Bowl (Closed)
Phoenix, AZ
Photos and info courtesy Elgin MacMillan


Here's Hi Performance Tire and Wheel in Phoenix, AZ. If this looks familiar to you, it was the former Aero Bowl.

The business stated that they are getting this Van Buren location ready for reopening and that they they were going to keep the sign.

(Near left) Here is a close-up shot of the marquee at the former Aero Bowl



Golden Pin Lanes (Closed)
Tucson, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com


Here's an old bowling alley still located along the Miracle Mile in Tucson. Check out the old sign for the Golden Pin Lanes with paint that has been somewhat beaten down by the Arizona sun. The building itself also features a bowling pin and ball that can be seen from the roadside. One of the old bowling alleys in Arizona still survives.


UPDATE 11/20 : The Golden Pin Lanes closed down in 2019. See more information and photos at Roadside Peek's Lost treasure feature on the Golden Pin Lanes.

See more at Roadside Peek's Spotlight on the Golden Pin Lanes.



Sho Lo Bowl (Closed)
Show Low, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Check out the tall marquee at the Sho Lo Bowl in Show Low, Arizona. Located off of the main drag with a cool name Deuce of Clubs Dr., the Sho Lo Bowl is a survivor in Eastern Arizona. 03-06


UPDATE 07/11 : The Sho Lo Bowl is now closed. 07-11



Starlite Lanes
Flagstaff, AZ
Postcard and info courtesy Starlite owner Ron Getto

Here is a vintage postcard of the Starlite Lanes, circa 1957, on Route 66. This Flagstaff alley is in the process of being renovated. 07-11





Los Arcos Lanes (Demolished)
Yuma, AZ
Photo by RoadsidePeek.com

Here is the Los Arcos Lanes advertising its Karaoke Friday night. The Los Arcos Lanes was a family destination in Yuma for many years. Unfortunately the Los Arcos closed down and was demolished similar to many other bowling alleys over the past two decades.

The site is now home to the ERA Real Estate. 11-20










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