Bowling green (disambiguation)


Bowling green (disambiguation)

Bowling Green may refer to:
*Bowling Green State University
*Bowling green, the lawn used for playing the game of Bowls

Places

;United States
*Bowling Green, Florida, named after the town in Kentucky
*Bowling Green, Indiana
*Bowling Green, Kentucky, name of unknown origin, and the home of Western Kentucky University
*Bowling Green, Missouri
*Bowling Green (New York City), a historic triangle of Colonial green, the oldest public park in New York City
**Bowling Green (IRT Lexington Avenue Line), a major subway station located in New York City
*Bowling Green, Ohio
**Bowling Green State University
*Bowling Green, South Carolina, abandoned
*Bowling Green, Virginia, named after the bowling green on the Hoomes family estate, and the seat of Caroline County;Germany
*Bowling Green (Wiesbaden), a park in front of the Spa house;Canada
*Bowling Green, Dufferin County, Ontario
*Bowling Green, Chatham-Kent, Ontario


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