There’s Only One Remaining Duckpin Bowling Alley In All Of Nebraska And You Need To Visit
Although Nebraska has thousands of bowling alleys, you’ll only find this unique type of bowling in one spot in the whole state.
There are no concession services in the bowling alley, but players are allowed to bring their own refreshments. There’s even a refrigerator to keep things in.
The Potter Duckpin Bowling Alley is technically open 24/7. It operates on the honor system: you either call or send a Facebook message to arrange a time and receive the PIN to open the door, then leave your fee inside ($25/hour). The system works perfectly in this sweet little town, where the community has such strong pride in what they’ve built. Bowling here – and visiting Potter in general – is a unique experience that everyone in the family is sure to love.
Learn more about the Potter Duckpin Bowling Alley on their website or Facebook page.
While you’re visiting Potter, why not make a whole trip of visiting the Panhandle? Here’s a whole list of reasons to visit this underrated part of Nebraska.
As a lifelong Nebraskan, Delana loves discovering the many hidden treasures of her state. She has worked as a writer and editor since 2007. Delana's work has been featured on more than a dozen websites and in Nebraska Life Magazine.
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