Home of the Canadian Oyster Shucking Championship, and an annual five day Oyster Festival, Tyne Valley is a small town with 250 people and will host the 10 pin bowling events at its 6 lane facility attached to the Fire Hall.
One of two official 10-pin bowling venues and steps away from the Summerside Waterfront, Credit Union Place is the newest multi-purpose facility in Atlantic Canada and one of the most technologically advanced and versatile venues in Canada.
Credit Union Place will also host the Closing Ceremonies!
Slemon Park will be the athlete’s village for 10-pin bowling.
The bus drive will be 25 minutes to Tyne Valley and 10 minutes to Credit Union Place.
Located in the heart of downtown Charlottetown, the Murphy’s Community Centre houses the largest bowling alley on the Island. Murphy’s Bowling Centre has been the hub of 5 pin bowling on Prince Edward Island for close to 50 years. The venue is a 5 minute drive from UPEI.
Located on 140 acres in Charlottetown, the birthplace of Confederation, the University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI) has a rich history. The 5 pin athletes will be staying on PEI campus, using Blanchard Hall and the Conference cafeteria. Completely refurbished in 2005/06, Blanchard Hall has 66 apartments with two bedrooms (each containing two single beds allowing up to four people to share), a full kitchen, living room with cable TV, and private bathroom.
UPEI will also be the host for the 2018 Special Olympics Canada Bowling Championships Opening Ceremonies!