To convert an 80-lane, 72,500 square foot, 1970-era bowling facility into a modern multi-venue bowling and entertainment center. Woodland Bowl was one of the first of its kind to adopt the bowling and entertainment center model in an effort to appeal to a younger demographic of customers, while maintaining the values of the traditional league-player, creating multiple revenue opportunities.
In an effort to give the Woodland Bowl a modern look and feel, 10 bowling lanes were removed and replaced with a state-of-the-art dual-level laser tag arena. The guest services counter was redesigned to better greet and serve Woodland Bowl customers, and the arcade was expanded to include a modern redemption center. A new sports lounge was also designed across from the upgraded concourse which included a new snack bar and a smaller satellite bar.