Java Lanes (Demolished)
Long Beach, CA Photo courtesy Sal Garcia
Java Lanes in Long Beach is another good ten pin alley spot that
still displays its Polynesian roots. From the unique sign out front to
the building itself, Java Lanes is a pretty cool place.
UPDATE : Java Lanes in Long Beach, CA closed
its doors on May 31, 2004. It has been replaced by a town home community.
So no where will they go to bowl? It was the last of Long Beach's bowling
centers. Many thanks to Rick Medina, former youth director
at Java Lanes for update.
Del Rosa Bowl
San Bernardino, CA Photo and info courtesy David Carrasco
Here is a photo of the Del Rosa Bowl located in San
Bernardino, CA. This ten pin alley has undoubtedly been home to many 300
Del Rio Lanes Photo courtesy Sal Garcia
The marquee fort he Del Rio Lanes looks simple yet functionally
fits the mold of the other bowling alley marquees. It's captures attention
from the road.
Mission Hills Bowl
San Fernando, CA Photo courtesy Jay Villa
A rather googie looking bowling alley, the Mission Hills Bowl features multiple boomerangs with space age lunar holes.
Bayshore Bowl Photo courtesy Adriene Biondo
Here's a bowling alley that still appeared to do brisk business, even
in the rain. The Bayshore Bowl is one of the last survivors
of the ten pin alley heyday in Southern California and hopefully will