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Do you love playing sports? Is your backyard missing something? With the right planning and preparation, you could have a game court installed in your backyard so you can play whenever you want! There are many different types of courts to choose from including basketball courts, tennis courts, pickleball courts, futsal courts, volleyball courts, hockey flooring, gym flooring, putting greens and much more! You can even have a custom-made multi-sport court designed specifically for your home. Installing a court is a great way to get exercise and have fun at the same time. Whether you are a serious athlete or just looking for some fun recreational activities to enjoy with your family and friends, a game court is the perfect addition to any home. We offer several Sport Court products to fit your space and budget. So what are you waiting for? Start planning your new backyard sport court today!

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About Manchester NH

Manchester, New Hampshire was originally known as Derryfield. It was first settled by a group of Scottish families in 1719. Many of the settlers were from Manchester in Scotland. The city was renamed Manchester in 1810.

The city grew rapidly during the Industrial Revolution. The Amoskeag Manufacturing Company set up shop along the Merrimack River in 1793. The company-built dams and canals to power its textile mills. Manchester became known as the “boomtown of New England.”  Manchester is often called the “Queen City.” The nickname was first used in 1838. It refers to Manchester’s status as a center of commerce and industry.

The Manchester mill workers were some of the first to unionize in the United States. They went on strike in 1936, demanding better working conditions and pay. The strike was a success and led to improved conditions for workers across the country.

Today, Manchester is a thriving city with a technology, vibrant arts and culture scene. The city is home to the Manchester Symphony Orchestra, the New Hampshire Institute of Art, and the Currier Museum of Art. Manchester is also a convenient base for exploring the rest of Southern New Hampshire. The city is just a short drive from the state capital of Concord, as well as the popular tourist destination of Portsmouth.

Manchester is the largest city in New Hampshire. It is home to over 100,000 people. Manchester is a great place to live, work, and play. In addition to its vibrant arts scene, lively nightlife, the city has plenty of green space. There are also many excellent schools in Manchester.

Attractions- What to see or do while visiting Manchester, NH

Derryfield Park -Derryfield Park is a large park that offers plenty of opportunities for recreation. The park has a playground, picnic areas, hiking trails, and a disc golf course.

Livingston Park– Livingston Park is a smaller park that is in the center of Manchester. The park features a playground, basketball courts, and a pond.

McIntyre Ski Area – McIntyre Ski Area is a popular spot for winter recreation. The ski area offers downhill and cross-country skiing, as well as snowboarding and tubing.

Lake Massabesic– Lake Massabesic is a large lake that is located just outside of Manchester. The lake is popular for swimming, fishing, and boating.

Merrimack River- The Merrimack River runs through Manchester. The river is popular for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing.

The Amoskeag Fishways Learning and Visitor Center- is a hands-on museum that tells the story of the Manchester’s fish ladder. The center is located in an historic mill.

Manchester NH Entertainment

Manchester Symphony Orchestra -The Manchester Symphony Orchestra is a professional orchestra that performs classical and pops concerts. The orchestra was founded in 1896 and is the oldest professional orchestra in New Hampshire.

Currier Museum of Art– The Currier Museum of Art is a world-class art museum. The museum features works by European and American artists, as well as a collection of Asian art.

Millyard Museum– The Millyard Museum is a museum that tells the story of Manchester’s industrial history. The museum is located in the historic Amoskeag Mill Yard.

SEE Science Center– The See Science Center is a hands-on science museum. The museum features exhibits on physics, chemistry, and biology.

Palace Theatre – The Palace Theatre is a historic theatre that hosts a wide variety of events. The theatre is host to concerts, comedy shows, and plays.

The Verizon Wireless Arena- is a large arena that hosts concerts and other events. 

Public Sports Courts in Manchester


Derry Field Park– 91 Reservoir Ave, Manchester, NH

Livingston Park- 156 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104

Manchester West High School- 24 Hecker St, Manchester, NH


Rock Rimmon Park– 264 Mason St, Manchester, NH

Pulaski Park- 128 Bridge St, Manchester, NH

Pickleball Court

Rock Rimmon Park- 264 Mason St, Manchester, NH

Livingston Park- 156 Hooksett Rd, Manchester, NH 03104

Popular Restaurants in Manchester NH

KC’s Rib Shack- 837 Second St Manchester, NH 03102

North End Bistro– 1361 Elm St Ste 108 Manchester, NH 03101

Ignite Bar & Grill– 100 Hanover St Manchester, NH 03101

Puritan Back Room– 245 Hooksett Rd Manchester, NH 03104

Fratello’s Italian Grille- 155 Dow St, Manchester, NH 03101

Nightlife in Manchester

Headliners Comedy Club – 700 Elm Street, Manchester, NH 03102 -The Radisson Hotel Manchester

Jewel Nightclub- 61 Canal St Manchester, NH 03101

Boards and Brews- 941 Elm St Manchester, NH 03101

Copacabana Salsa Night- 500 N Commercial St Manchester, NH 03101

City Sports Grille– 216 Maple St Stadium Ten Pin Manchester, NH 03103

Manchester Transit

Providing local bus services in Manchester, the Manchester Transit Authority also offers a commuter bus from Manchester to Concord and Nashua, seasonal buses to Hampton Beach and Deerfield Fair, and shuttle buses by appointment to Goffstown, Hooksett and New Boston.  All buses are wheelchair accessible. Our hours of operation are 5:30 AM to 6:30 PM, Monday through Friday, and 9:30 AM to 6:00 PM on Saturdays.

High School’s in Manchester

Manchester West High School- 9 Notre Dame Ave, Manchester, NH 03102

Central High School- 207 Lowell St, Manchester, NH 03104

Manchester Memorial High School- 1 Crusader Way, Manchester, NH 03103

Manchester School of Technology- 100 Gerald Connors Circle, Manchester, NH 03103

The Derryfield School (Private)- 2108 River Road, Manchester, NH 03104

Famous Celebrities From Manchester, NH

Adam Sandler, Sarah Silverman, and Christopher Stone