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GRIZZLY LANES 

Welcome to Grizzly Lanes Family Entertainment Center, home to Growlers Bar & Casino! Join us for some relaxing fun and good eats in the heart of Montana's Glacier country. We look forward to serving you!

HOURS:

Monday - Thursday: 11am - 10pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 12am
Sunday: 11am - 10pm


406.837.2233

 

2849 MT-82

Bigfork, MT 59911

LET'S ROLL

FUN FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY

 
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GROWLERS 

BAR & CASINO

 LET'S EAT

AMERICAN FAVORITES

Open daily at 11 AM.  

 

We offer exceptional pizza, top quality burgers and many family favorites.  Share the Growlers Nacho's with the whole family while bowling or try one of our 8 oz. chuck and brisket Angus burgers served on a Wheat Montana Brioche Bun. 

 
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 LET'S PLAY

FUN FOR EVERYONE

Packed with games for all ages, the arcade is a favorite place to join friends and have fun. Our fun selection is sure to please, and be sure to turn those tickets in for fun prizes including a Nintendo Switch!

Who says happy hours are for adults?  Arcade happy hour coming soon!

 
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 LET'S RELAX

WIN BIG

Grab your favorite beverage from our full service bar and come relax in the casino. Try your luck in our comfortable, adults-only space created just for you!

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

LEAGUES, TOURNAMENTS, EVENTS

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MAY 21-22, 2022

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GRIZZLY LANES IN THE NEWS

Bowling alley in Bigfork now “Grizzly Lanes” with professional bowler at helm

By TAYLOR INMAN
Bigfork Eagle | December 22, 2021 12:00 AM

The bowling alley in Bigfork recently came under new ownership after it was purchased by professional bowler Rhino Page and his business partner Jeff Heinle. The two friends hope to turn Grizzly Lanes, formerly Pick’s Bowling Center, into a place that is a destination for families and aspiring bowlers alike.
 

Page started his extensive bowling career as a member of the Junior Team USA in 2001. He later went on to be named MVP at the 2004 Intercollegiate Bowling Championships, brought home over 20 medals for Team USA, won the U.S. Armature Championship in 2005, won six Professional Bowling Association Tour titles and was named their Rookie of the Year in 2008— among many other top tier accomplishments in the sport. He said he was on tour with the PBA full-time for 13 years.
 

“Since I was four-years-old I loved bowling and wanted to be a pro and I’ve never lost sight of it, you know it’s one of those stories where I’d watch it on T.V. over and over, and bowl on my playset, I just loved bowling. Typical little boy, right? We like to throw stuff…I could throw a bowling ball as far as I wanted, and the more stuff I knocked down, the more people cheered, and I thought ‘I like this concept,’” Page said.
 

Page said he’s wanted his own bowling center for a long time. He originally moved to Spokane from Florida in 2019 to build and run a family entertainment center at the Northern Quest Casino. 

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