|2014-10-30||Wile E. Coyote||Is Multi-Pac, all of the classic Pac-Man games in one machine?|
|2002-07-02||Richard M.||Thank you for your reply; I was able to get the directions in PDF format from yahoo - route 146A to route 102. (The directions are better oriented for those coming up from Providence, but I'll be able to find it.) I would guess that the arcade is in the Champlin Recreation Hall.|
Go to www.yahoo.com
Type in: "Spring Lake Beach directions" click search.
the 2nd link with provide directions.
Or go to Yahoo Yellow Pages. Change your location
to Glendale RI. Type in Spring Lake. There's a map
The arcade's number is: (401) 568-8288
If your still having trouble, e-mail me:
|2002-06-27||Nate Goulet||The Spring Lake Arcade is unlike any other arcade
i'm aware of. This arcade is possibly the oldest
operating arcade in America. It's been there since
the turn of the century.
This arcade is really an arcade museum!
You don't want to miss it. It is primarily
featuring electrical-mechanical games like
shooting gallerys, pinball, etc. It does offer
some classic & modern video games.
I know the owner, and he has several more rare
classic video games in storage, including the super
rare "Circus" (loved playing that as a kid there),
"Fire Truck", "Galaxian", "Gravitar" and others.
The building was re-built a few years ago.
I have some pictures on my website:
|2002-06-27||Richard M.||Turn of the century? That's not so long ago! ;-) (Yes, I know, you meant 1900 LOL. Of course in New England a structure built in 1900 just isn't that old...) Anyway Nate, can you give us some directions, as the map feature did not locate the Spring Lake Arcade.|