Bowling Is Fun

Fifty-three million Americans had fun bowling last year. That's a lot of fun. Whether it is with the family, a company outing, or competing on the Pro Bowlers' Tour, bowling brings people together to have a good time.

At Enterprise Park Lanes we have a bowling program to appeal to every age and skill level. We also feature a complete pro shop to equip every player with the right tools to take their game to the next level.  Bowling provides the right environment for a get together with old friends or a chance to make new friends.

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About Us

      Enterprise Park Lanes is owned and operated by the Wiemer family, a family with over 40 years in the industry. Roger Wiemer's love for bowling started at an early age, originally starting out as a pinsetter at 12 years old, and bowling through his entire life.  In 1971 Roger and his wife, Norma purchased Cherokee Lanes.  From then on their 6 (through the years) centers across Missouri have provided families and serious bowlers with a fun, family friendly and competitive atmosphere.  Since Roger's passing in 2010 his son Steve Wiemer has continued running the centers. 

-       1971 purchased Cherokee Lanes, a then 16 lane center.

-       1974 purchased Oakland Plaza in Columbia, Mo.
(has since been sold)

-       1976 purchased Walnut bowl, now Lighthouse Lanes.
(has since been sold)

-       1980 added an additional 8 lanes to Cherokee Lanes

-       1988 purchased Holiday Lanes.

-       1991 Cherokee Lanes Closed to reopen as a new location.

-       1991 Enterprise Park Lanes opened as a 40 lane facility who would soon host PBA tour stops, the Greater Ozarks Open, Springfield’s first ever High School Bowling competition, and countless birthday parties, league games, and fundraisers.

-       1993 purchased Sherm Lollar Lanes, now Sunshine Lanes. Sherm Lollar lanes was purchased from Connie Lollar, wife of Golden Glove Baseball Player, Sherman “Sherm” Lollar.