Manchester-Nashua-Concord – Things to do with your Team

New Hampshire is the fifth smallest state in America.  That doesn’t mean it’s lacking in things to do, quite the opposite.  New Hampshire is overflowing with places to visit in a small amount of space.  Three of New Hampshire’s largest cities are Manchester, Nashua, and Concord.  These three cities are located about a half hour from each other making it very easy to travel between them.  Traveling with your team to one of these cities for a tournament means you can enjoy all three!  Manchester, New Hampshire’s largest city, is only 18 miles south of Concord.  Concord is the state’s capital and has been a city since 1765!  Nashua is also very close by.  New Hampshire’s second largest city, Nashua has been named the best place to live in America twice by Money Magazine (the only city to receive this honor two times).


Manchester Attractions

Livingston Park

Manchester-Nashua-Concord - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsThe best thing about parks is they have a lot to offer.  From relaxing near the pond or taking a dip in the pool to working up a sweat playing baseball, soccer, or running the track, Livingston Park is a great place to take your team while you’re all in Manchester.  The baseball and soccer fields are well kept, as is the track.  The swimming pool is also in good condition and has a few accessories like a water slide.  At some point, your team will get hungry.  Livingston Park has you covered there.  On the park grounds, there is a picnic area where your team can rest and eat together. 156 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104


Northeast Delta Dental Stadium

No, it’s not a dentist’s office; Northeast Delta Dental Stadium is home to the minor league baseball team, the New Hampshire Fisher Cats.  The Fisher Cats have games during the afternoon and at night depending on their schedule, which makes your planning easier if you and your team want to see a game.  The tickets are cheap and if you have more than 20 people going to the game, you can qualify for the group rate.  Remember to check out the Northeast Delta Dental Stadium website to sign up for the group rate if you are interested.  The stadium also offers group events like playing catch on the field or having a wiffle ball game, both prior to the Fisher Cats game of course. 1 Line Dr, Manchester, NH 03101


Sky Zone Manchester Trampoline Park

Whether you’re a tween, teen, or adult, trampolines are universally fun.  Sky Zone Manchester Trampoline Park takes trampolines to the next level and the level after that.  The second you walk in, you can feel your giddiness level rise.  Sky Zone Manchester has a host of bounce related activities for you and your team to explore.  The freestyle area allows you to jump around however you want.  The foam zone brings about an addicting feeling.  After you dive into a massive pit of foam, you’re going to want to get back in line as soon as possible to do it all over again.  For the more advanced jumper, Sky Zone has a few options.  Your team can launch off trampolines and work on their dunk skills with Skyslam.  Ultimate Dodgeball puts a twist on the already enjoyable game.  Surrounded by trampolines, Ultimate Dodgeball adds the element of bounce to dodgeball.  Making reservations before your visit is a smart decision and will ensure that you and your team will be able to all bounce and ricochet together. 500 Valley St, Manchester, NH 03103


Mall of New Hampshire

A mall is always an awesome idea for a place to visit when you and your team have a tournament somewhere.  The Mall of New Hampshire, located in Manchester, has plenty of stores for your team to check out, like toy and candy stores.  Like all malls, there is a food court and even a full scale Buffalo Wild Wings. 1500 S Willow St, Manchester, NH 03103


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Nashua Attractions

The Reflection Garden & Labyrinth

Traveling and playing a tournament can be stressful.  If you and your team are in the Nashua area, head over to The Reflection Garden & Labyrinth.  The Reflection Garden has a lot of beautiful flowers, landscape work, and shady trees to help you unwind after a game.  There is also a labyrinth to entertain you and help you relax.  While you may think labyrinth is another word for maze, it is not.  A maze is designed to disorient the person and cause them trouble while they try to find the exit.  A labyrinth on the other hand, has no wrong turns, but instead incorporates various ways to travel to the middle of it. 14 Bridle Path, Nashua, NH 03060


Chunky’s Cinema

Nashua is also home to Chunky’s Cinema.  Unlike the majority of movie theaters, Chunky’s is a dine-in theater.  Their menu goes above and beyond the standard movie theater menu of popcorn, candy, and soda.  You and your team can order things like fresh nachos, wings, flatbread pizza, and beef and chicken burgers.  There are more options too!  Chunky’s has eight screens and eight different movies showing at any given time, so your team will be able to find something everyone agrees on. 151 Coliseum Ave, Nashua, NH 03063


Concord Attractions

Carter Hill Orchard

Manchester-Nashua-Concord - Things to do with your Team - Travel - Hotels4TeamsIt wouldn’t be a trip to New Hampshire if you didn’t stop at an orchard.  Depending on what time of year you’re there, Carter Hill Orchard allows you to pick apples, blueberries, or whatever seasonal fruit they have growing at the time.  They also cook their own apple donuts, so make sure to give those a try.  Besides picking fruit, Carter Hill Orchard has some trails that you can hike, many of which offer breathtaking views of the mountains. 73 Carter Hill Rd, Concord, NH 03303


Escape Room Concord

You may not want to escape your trip to New Hampshire, but if you visit Escape Room Concord, escaping is the only thing that will be on your mind.  Escape Room Concord has three escape room themes to attempt in a 60 minute time limit, The Library, The Sanctuary, and The Enigma.  Reservations are recommended for larger groups. 240 Airport Rd, Concord, NH 03301


New Hampshire’s small size might worry you when heading there with your team for a tournament, but fear not.  The state’s major cities are located very close to each other and are teeming with fun and exciting things for your team to do during their stay.