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264 South Pine St. Burlington, WI 53105

Over 50 years & counting

Lorraine and Merrill Draper are the proprietors and have solely owned the business for over 40 years.
They and their employees take pride in operating a family-oriented entertainment and recreation center that caters from the beginner to the highly-competitive bowler.
Stop in and say hello!

Original sign for T&C.
Building previously housed Coopers, Inc. (Jockey Manufacturing Company) and Torrent Manufacturing Co.
Towne & Country opened initially with 12 lanes, with lanes 13-18 added later.

After the ball & pin were vandalized & rendered unusable, the remainder was modified to show the business name & logo.

Advancing to the digital age!
Electronic message board replaced with multi-color capable in 2015.

State of Wisconsin Representative Samantha Kerkman presenting the Drapers with a plaque commemorating T&C's 50 years of service to the Burlington community.

We are located at 264 S. Pine St. in Burlington.
For a detailed map click on either picture.
For directions from Google click here.

T&C in the News

Golden celebration at Towne & Country Lanes
by Robb Luehr - Racine Journal Times - Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Rolling Along: Towne & Country Lanes celebrates 50 years of hometown fun
by Jennifer Eisenbart, Sports Editor - Burlington Standard Press - Wednesday, January 30, 2008

 Holbek knocks 'em down
by Racine Journal Times - Thursday, January 15, 2009

Area bowlers look to perform on national stage
by Jennifer Eisenbart, Sports Editor - Burlington Standard Press - Saturday, July 10, 2010

Wisconsin team leads two events at USBC Open
by Matt Cannizzaro & Aaron Smith - USBC Communications - March 17, 2014

(Merrill) Draper earns induction into WSBA Hall of Fame
by Robb Luehr - Racine Journal Times - Saturday, December 31, 2016

Bowling Tournaments: Holbek rolls into lead in Men's Division at RCBC
by Racine Journal Times - May 2, 2017

Burlington, Wilmot bowling squads dazzle at State tournament
by Mike Ramczyk - myracinecounty.com - April 1, 2018