Hooksett in Merrimack County, New Hampshire is home to more than 13,500 people. It has a very convenient location, being in between Manchester, which is New Hampshire's largest city, and Concord, which is the state's capital. Get a charter bus in Hooksett, New Hampshire and spend a lovely weekend in town.
Take the kids and the entire family to the Space Entertainment Center, which features a 5,000-square-foot laser tag arena. There are also bumper cars, pool and air hockey tables, a gaming arcade, and a grill that serves food and drinks.
You can also go to Tri-Town Ice Arena, a skating venue that also serves as the home of the New Hampshire Junior Monarchs hockey team.
Meanwhile, if you want to watch a movie with friends, you can head to Cinemagic or to Regal Cinema.
Start your tour of the town by visiting its charming downtown village that features historical structures including a 19th century church, a country store, and quaint shops and boutiques.
There is only one site in town that has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places and that is Robie's Country Store. Built in 1822, the store has been operated by the Robie family since 1887. It has burned twice and rebuilt each time after. It not only provided the town with food and supplies but has also doubled as the town's post office at one time. It has also served as a political stop for presidential candidates since the early 1950's.
Get a canoe from Edgewater Canoe Rental and go canoeing or boating along the Merrimack River. The town also has a few parks where you and the kids can play, run around, have picnics, or just sit down and observe. You may also want to get on a charter bus in Hooksett, New Hampshire and visit The Pinnacle, which is included in the New Hampshire State Register of Historic Places together with Robie's Country Store. The Pinnacle is an ideal place for picnics and has 50 acres of space for you to roam around. It has an observation tower that gives you a splendid view of Concord, Manchester, Suncook, and the rest of Hooksett at its feet.
You can try any of Hooksett's restaurants and have a great dining experience. If you want good old American fare, you can try New England's Tap House Grille, USA Subs Hooksett, Common Man Roadside, Chantilly's Restaurant, and Frankie's Grille. If you are craving for pizza, there's Supreme House of Pizza, Johny's Pizza, Pizza Man, ABC Pizza, and Giovanni's Roast Beef and Pizza. You can also try Asian Breeze, Jade Garden, and Bavaria Restaurant.
Meanwhile, if you want to go shopping in Hooksett, you can go to Kohl's, Target, Ocean State Job Lot, Riley's Sport Shop, Kmart, The Home Depot, Goodwill Industries, Walgreens, Dollar Tree, and many more.
If you are traveling with a group of up to 60 people, then a charter bus in Hooksett, New Hampshire should be in order. Call BusRental.com at 1-866-569-2012 and book one in advance.