Hypertension Escape Bowling Lanes/Corner Pin Lounge
Hypertension Escape Bowling Lanes/Corner Pin Lounge is a fully licensed establishment that offers something for the whole family and all ages. Excitement and entertainment await with both five and ten pin bowling available. Guests can grab a snack or a full meal at the concession, which offers a variety of entrees and sides including burgers, wraps, quesadillas, chicken wings, nachos, pork bites, french fries, poutine and more, as well as a diverse selection of beverages. The Corner Pin Lounge also offers an assortment of beverages as well as a relaxing atmosphere where you can visit with friends or catch the game on one of our TV screens, including its big 70″ main screen. Lounge guests can even purchase BC Lottery tickets, Keno and SportsAction tickets. If you enjoy a little friendly competition, consider joining one of Hypertension Escape Bowling Lanes’ weekly leagues, with teams for all ages from youth to seniors plus a Special Olympics league. Hypertension Escape Bowling Lanes are available for private rental, birthday parties, holiday and other special event rentals. Catering is also available.
Hypertension Escape Bowling Lanes/Corner Pin Lounge is a member of the Dawson Creek Chamber of Commerce.
Meet Jack & Jacqui Walsh
Meet Jack & Jacqui Walsh
Jack Walsh began his career in the service industry as a teenager working in a fast-food restaurant. Later on, as an adult, Jack purchased that very restaurant and ran it for thirty years. In the ensuing years, he worked in a variety of different service and sales positions, eventually purchasing Dawson Creek Mini-Storage which he still runs along with Hypertension Escape Bowling Lanes/Corner Pin Lounge which he and his wife, Jacqui Walsh, have owned since 2011.The bowling alley has been a fixture in the community for several decades and the Walsh's are proud to continue this longstanding tradition in Dawson Creek.
Jack was born and raised in Dawson Creek. He is very active in the community. A sports enthusiast, Jack has coached a variety of local sports throughout the years, particularly minor hockey, and continues to coach young bowlers. Though he doesn't have as much time as he would like, he enjoys playing sports when he can, especially golf and, of course, bowling. He also likes to cook and is the main chef for the catering side of the business.
One of the things that make his job so fun and rewarding are that Jack is able to combine his work with his passion for sports. The business encompasses several different leagues for both kids and adults. Jack is especially proud of the Special Olympics league. "It's really fulfilling to work with them," he states. He also likes being able to work with various community groups and clubs on their fundraising efforts.