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Visit the City on the Lakes with a Charter Bus in Laconia, New Hampshire

Laconia is the seat of Belknap County in New Hampshire and is home to more than 16,000 people. It calls itself City on the Lakes because it is situated between Lake Winnipesaukee and Winnisquam Lake and it includes the villages of Weirs Beach and Lakeport. With a charter bus in Laconia, New Hampshire, you can take a tour of the city and see its various sites and attractions with friends and family.

Amusement Parks & Entertainment

You can treat the kids to a day of fun and excitement by taking them to Weirs Beach, where there's a family fun center (Funspot Family Fun Center), bumper cars, penny arcades, a boardwalk, go-karts, a drive-in theater, and a water park with water slides.

Grown-ups, meanwhile, can release their inner monkeys by going to Monkey Trunks Adventure Park, where everyone will enjoy the ziplines, swinging beams, rolling logs, tightropes, hanging tires, cargo nets, climbing wall, and other course features.

Arts, Culture & History

You can ask your charter bus in Laconia, New Hampshire to take you to the city's various historical sites. Included in the National Register of Historic Places are:

  • Gale Memorial Library, a Richardsonian Romanesque building that was built in 1901.
  • Belknap-Sulloway Mill, also known as the Belknap Mill Museum, is a historic mill built sometime between 1823 to 1828. It is a rare well-preserved example of an early rural textile mill in New England.
  • The Weirs, which is a major Native American archeological site and is the area where you can find the largest known Native American villages in the state, the Aquadoctan. The archaeological remains of this village extend for a half mile along the Winnipesaukee River and a quarter mile along Lake Winnipesaukee, have been documented through archaeological investigation to have a settlement history from 9,000 BCE to the late 17th century and to have been substantially abandoned in 1696, when most of New Hampshire's remaining Native population withdrew to join the Pequawket at present-day Fryeburg, Maine.

Other sites in the register are the John W. Busiel House, Busiel-Seeburg Mill, Endicott Rock, Evangelical Baptist Church, United Baptist Church of Lakeport, US Post Office-Laconia Main, Federal Building Ossian Wilbur Goss Reading Room, Laconia District Court, Laconia Passenger Station, and New Hampshire Veterans' Association Historic District.

Parks & Outdoor Venues

Get on a charter bus in Laconia, New Hampshire and head to White Mountains National Forest, which provides various recreation opportunities like fishing, camping, winter sports, hunting, hiking, climbing, biking, and many others.

You can also try Opechee Park, which has life-guarded beaches and where you can fish in Lake Opechee. There are also facilities for field hockey, soccer, a 400-meter rubberized track, five Little League ball fields, picnic areas, and two playgrounds.

Other parks in the city include Ahern State Park, Bartlett Beach, Bond Beach, Bobotas Park, Leavitt Park, Memorial Park, Sanborn Park, Skate Park, Stewart Park, Tardif Park, Endicott Rock Park, Weirs Community Park, and Wyatt Park.

Golf & Other Sports

Tee off at Bolduc Park Golf Course, a beautiful Par 3 course that's ideal for beginners and for those who want to work on their short game.

As for other sports, there's Robbie Mills Sports Complex, which has a lighted soccer field and a lighted hardball field, among other facilities. This sports complex is also the home of the Laconia Muskrats of the New England Collegiate Baseball League.

Do not forget to book a charter bus in Laconia, New Hampshire for a comfortable, hassle-free trip to and around the city. Call us at 1-866-569-2012.

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