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Traditional-style bowling is available AMF Southshore Lanes across 40 individual lanes. Flat-screen televisions have been installed at each of the lanes to provide crystal clear score tracking, and there is an on-site video game arcade and six billiard tables.
Originally built in 1945, Washington Park is a public park that features basketball and tennis courts, a playground, picnic areas, and pavilions that can be rented for groups. The park also offers the largest lifeguard-staffed community pool in the area.
The World Wide Art, Inc. art gallery and shop features works by world renowned artists and original Disney Works. Other limited edition pieces available to view and purchase include works by Hanna Barbera, Thomas Kinkade and Marvel.
The Bowling Alley, Castro Village Bowl, is a facility that features 32-lanes, automatic scoring, bumpers for inexperienced bowlers, a full service cocktail lounge, and a snack bar. The alley has bowling leagues for people of all ages.
Seven Seas Park offers entertainment for both kids and dogs. The park combines a fenced in off leash dog park with a kids' play area complete with pirate-themed play structures, sports fields and courts, and a spray pool.
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18988 Lake Chabot Road, Castro Valley, CA 94546 MoreLess Info
At the Castro Valley Community Center – Park, visitors can play basketball, baseball, and soccer. The location also contains picnic areas and tables, a snack bar, an open lawn area, and horseshoe courts.