No matter the season, New Hampshirites like to stay moving and engaged. From top-notch batting cages, to soccer fields, to basketball courts, take weather out of the equation and keep in top condition with our top sports centers in the Granite State!
NH Sportsplex rivals the best sports centers in the nation, offering activities and training opportunities for athletes of all ages. With 130,000-square-feet of indoor training space, a bar and grill, arcade and bounce house village, this Bedford location can keep even the most energetic individuals fully engaged. Improve your skills, or just have fun with NH Sportsplex.
From flag football to field hockey, the Tilton Sports Center pretty much has any athlete covered. Whether you’re just getting started or honing a lifelong skill, there is a program that’s right for you. For the Ninja Warriors among us, check out “The Loft,” an obstacle fitness training space aimed to help you get in shape and have a good time doing so.
Basketball and volleyball training go hand in hand with strength and conditioning at this Hampton location. The Rim also offers Brazilian jiu jitsu training and Friday Night Pizza Play, where $20 will buy dinner and organized games of multiple sports.
The Phanzone is a multifunctional, 70,000-square-foot facility perfect for players of all ages. Offering ample opportunities for indoor soccer leagues, this Hampstead location is a great way for New Hampshirites to stay in shape year-round.
New England Sports Center offers opportunities for skill improvement, both through personal instruction and the use of modern training technology like Dr. Dish. Combined with a 40-foot climbing wall, and fun options like dodge and pickleball, this Derry center is an enjoyable way to get moving and improve your skill.
For those who eat, sleep, and breathe baseball and softball, Play the Game is simply the place to be. Individual and small group instruction in hitting, pitching, and fielding, as well as available field rental, make this Manchester spot one of the best places to improve baseball and softball skills in the Northeast.