Parks, Recreation and Community Services

Lawn Bowling


Lawn bowling is for everyone!

Lawn bowling is a popular game across the world and suitable for participants of all ages. The object of the game is to roll a ball, or bowl, closest to the target ball, a small white ball called a jack. The ball's design, slightly flattened on one side, creates the challenge of the game. The shape of the ball causes it to travel a curved path, or bias.

This game requires little equipment: a set of matching balls; a pair of flat, smooth shoes; a jack; and a mat. Two teams compete, each with one to four players. Usually, lawn bowling takes place outdoors on a green — a grass or synthetic surface — measuring 120 feet (11.15 m) square. A green contains multiple rinks, and each rink has marked boundaries. Games last about 1.5 hours.

The Lawn Bowling Club at Fairmount Park hosts classes and tournaments for people of all ages.

Riverside Lawn Bowling Club:

Club President: Erin Snyder
4020 Bowling Green Dr. (Fairmount Park)
Clubhouse: (951) 784-7602  Email: [email protected]


The club meets:

October thru May - Tuesdays and Thursdays at 9:30am and Sunday at 1:00pm

June thru September - Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday at 9:00am and Saturday at 8:00am.


So Cal Lawn Bowling


Lawn Bowling Information


Refund Policy:

Refunds will not be granted unless class is cancelled. Credits will be issued for the amount of the course if the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is notified before the second class meeting. Exceptions – Special Events, Aquatics, Lifeguard Training, Day Camps, and After School programs, due to high demand and limited spacing, credits, transfers or refunds will not be issued.
Refunds will not be granted for Youth Sports programs, however credits will be issued if requested in writing two weeks prior to the first scheduled game.
Online registration transaction fees are non-refundable.