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Do you love playing sports? Is your backyard missing something? With the right planning and preparation, you could have a sports court installed in your backyard so you can play whenever you want! There are many different types of game 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 Salem, NH


Salem, New Hampshire is in Rockingham County in southern New Hampshire. The town was first settled in 1652 and was originally part of Massachusetts. Salem became a separate town in 1734 and was one of the first four townships chartered in New Hampshire.

The town has a long history of agriculture and industry. Early settlers were attracted to the area because of the rich soil and abundant timber resources. Salem was a major source of lumber for the shipbuilding industry in Boston and Salem, Massachusetts. In the late 1800s, the Rockingham Park racetrack and casino opened in Salem, becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in New England.

Salem is the first New Hampshire town encountered when traveling north from Massachusetts on Interstate 93. The interstate’s first two New Hampshire exits are within town. Via I-93, Boston is 35 miles to the south and Manchester is 20 miles to the northwest.

Salem NH Attractions

America’s Stonehenge– is a privately owned tourist attraction and archaeological site consisting of several large rocks and stone structures scattered around roughly 30 acres (12 hectares) within the town of Salem, New Hampshire. It is open to the public for a fee as part of a recreational area which includes snowshoe trails and an alpaca farm.

Canobie Lake Park–   An amusement park fun for all ages. located about 31 miles north of Boston.

Tuscan Village– Includes retail stores, restaurants, condos, fitness and medical centers.

Mall at Rockingham Park– The Mall at Rockingham Park is the largest shopping mall in the state of New Hampshire

Manchester and Lawrence Railroad rail trail– This trail begins in at Sanborn Road in Londonderry for approximately 3.3 miles to Route 28. In addition, the trail goes 5.4 miles from Windham to Salem.

Sports Courts in the area:

Michele Memorial Park– 175-190 Lawrence Rd, Salem, NH 03079

Salem High School– 44 Geremonty Dr. Salem, NH 03079

Popular Restaurants in Salem NH

Trattoria Amalfi– 385 S Broadway, Salem, NH 03079

New Chief Wok Restaurant- 224 N Broadway, Salem, NH 03079

Black Water Grill- 43 Pelham Rd, Salem, NH 03079

Kashmir- 396 S Broadway, Salem, NH 03079

 Salem NH Night Life

Jonathon’s Lounge- 16 Rockingham Rd Windham, NH 03087

The Lims Sports Bar & Café- 7 Veterans Memorial Pkwy Salem, NH 03079

Sayde’s Bar & Grill- 136 Cluff Crossing Rd, Salem, NH 03079

Margaritas Mexican Restaurant- Holiday Inn- 1 Keewaydin Dr, Salem, NH 03079

Public Transit- Boston Express BusBus service for Salem, NH to/from Boston South Station, Logan Airport and throughout NH. Pick-up and drop-off at Salem Transportation Center terminal.

Education/High Schools in Salem NH

Southern New Hampshire University (Salem satellite campus)

High school-Salem High School

 Notable People

Pamela Gidley (1965–2018), actress and model

Katie King-Crowley (born 1975), former US Women’s Ice Hockey Olympian, three-time medalist; current head coach of Boston College Eagles women’s ice hockey

Duffy Lewis (1888–1979), Major League Baseball player

Chuck Morse (born 1960), President of the NH State Senate