Step Inside Colorado’s Eerie Abandoned Bowling Alley
WARNING: Under no circumstances should you enter this property. By doing so you risk bodily harm and/or prosecution for trespassing on private property.
Have you ever found yourself away from your hometown for so long that when you finally return, you don't recognize any of it?
This happened to me recently, and it was actually quite shocking to see how many buildings and businesses I knew during my childhood had either closed, changed hands, or been demolished completely.
Change is inevitable, and businesses come and go, but sometimes we get a look inside these places during the usually short period of time between going out of business and being demolished.
Keep scrolling to take a look around an old bowling alley in Fountain, Colorado, that had been abandoned, torn apart, and is strictly off-limits to the public.
Abandoned Bowling Alley in Fountain Colorado
In case you're not familiar, the town of Fountain, Colorado, is located just south of Colorado Springs off of I-25.
Again, please do not attempt to visit this place in person, as below you'll be able to take a virtual tour of the abandoned bowling alley from the comfort of your own home while simultaneously avoiding getting into any trouble for trespassing.
However, an urban explorer took a look around the property to find that what was undoubtedly a setting for countless fun memories had been torn apart, likely in preparation to be demolished shortly thereafter.
It cannot be stressed enough that you should never enter an abandoned property like this, but keep scrolling to take a virtual tour of this abandoned bowling alley in Fountain, Colorado: