Gaming in the Granite State

Granite Game Summit is a three-day, event focused on social, open board gaming in the Granite State. Our goal is to bring people new and old to the hobby together in a welcoming and friendly environment.

Attendees are encouraged to bring games from their collection to play. We will provide tables on which to store your games or to share with other attendees.

Image courtesy of Scott King

Convenient Location


The summit is growing, and with that we needed a new venue! The Summit will be at the newly renovated Courtyard Marriott in Nashua is located just off Route 3 with Easy access to MA and NH. There is a Starbucks and Bistro in the Hotel and and a variety of restaurants from fast food to fine dining within a short distance, as well as a grocery store. There is also a beautiful patio with a fire pit, fitness room, and pool for guests. Easy parking, central location, and added space make our new venue ideal for our expanded three day event. 


Bring your games and your fun and we will do the same.


In our second year our little library is getting close to 200 titles. We are also seeing some great support from publishers so expect it this number to get bigger! We still need help from everyone to make this a great experience. Bringing your games to share is a valued but not necessary part of G2S.

The format will be to bring games if you can and set them up in a designated area. Then take either one of your games or someone else's and find a group to sit down and play.


Bringing Your Games

  • We will have sheets of paper and cards for each library table
  • Find any open library table space (note which number table it is)
  • List your games on one of the pieces of paper
  • Put what time you are leaving on the sheet as well


Playing Games

  • Grab any game, grab a table number card (so you know where to return the game to)
  • Find an open gaming table and some people to play with
  • There will be "Players Wanted" signs at the water tables
  • There will also be "Teacher Wanted" signs at the water tables
  • Enjoy