Mill Valley Bowling Alley Pictures and Description
Building 106, Bowling alley: Constructed in 1963, this concrete block structure housed the base entertainment center. It is 35 feet long and 15 feet wide. A two lane bowling alley with seating and score board occupied one half of the building. It is uncertain what activities took place in the other half of the building. However, the function may relate to the fact that as late as October 1983, both the California Highway Patrol and the State Park Service were using antennae located on top of this building.
The interior of this building is divided into two spaces. A two lane bowling alley with seating area and scoring table occupied one side of the building. The function of the other space in the building is unclear at this time.
EXTERIOR VIEW OF THE BOWLING ALLEY, BUILDING 106, LOOKING NORTH.
OBLIQUE VIEW OF BUILDING 106, LOOKING SOUTH.
INTERIOR ENTRY LOBBY OF THE BOWLING ALLEY, BUILDING 106, LOOKING WEST.
INTERIOR OF BOWLING ALLEY, BUILDING 106, SHOWING LANES, LOOKING NORTHEAST.
INTERIOR OF THE BOWLING ALLEY, BUILDING 106, CLOSE UP VIEW OF BALL RETURN, LOOKING NORTHEAST.