Kingman Area Attractions

The City of Kingman offers many attractions for long-time residents and newcomers alike. Located at the intersection of I-40 and Hwy 93, Kingman is a desert community with mountain ranges encircling the city offering an abundance of easy to access outdoor recreational opportunities.

At an elevation of 3,333’ Kingman’s weather is mild year round, giving residents the opportunity to enjoy many activities – indoors and out.  Kingman weather permits yearlong ball at 2 different ballparks both with play areas for the kids. Centennial Park (1 of the ballparks) boasts several acres of grassy park area, covered pavilions, charcoal grills, a walking trail, tennis courts, basketball court and 7 softball fields. This park, one of Kingman’s many gems, is a must visit.

The summer months offer family fun at 1 of 2 city pools. The downtown pool (25 meters) offers a large pool for the “big” kids OR a small “kiddie” pool for the little ones. The pool located at Centennial Park (50 meters) has a shaded area to escape the sun or plenty of room to soak it up. For extra fun in the sun take a twirl down the 2 ½ turn spiral slide to cool off from the summer sun.Additional water activities out your back door include boating, fishing, skiing, swimming…any water fun you want! Mohave County has more than 40% of the waterways in Arizona.

With close and easy access to Lakes Mead, Mohave and Havasu, along with the Colorado River outdoor water activities have never been easier!

If bicycling, hiking, horseback riding or camping are more your style, then visit Hualapai Mountain Park. The park located approx. 9 miles from Kingman in the cool pines offers a variety of hiking and biking trails at a variety of skill levels. There are many campsites available with and without amenities along with 24 cabins or teepees for rent. The park also offers rec. areas for picnics, receptions and more. It’s a beautiful place to “get away” right out your back door. There are many other hiking and biking trails all around Kingman including the Camp Beale Loop and the Mohave Wash Trail. Camp Beale Loop is located off Fort Beale Dr. The trail takes you up in elevation over 400’ and is 3.2 miles in length. The Mohave Wash Trail is a beautifully landscaped concrete bicycle and walking path traveling through Kingman.

Enjoy the beautiful sunrises and sunsets while out for a leisurely walk or a bicycle ride.

If you prefer indoor activities we have those as well. Kingman has city basketball and volleyball teams; there are also opportunities to join bowling and pool leagues. Join to curb your competitive side or just to have a good time!

When you make Kingman your home you will discover there is no shortage of fun-filled activities in and around Kingman. So come and enjoy your new space!

Kingman also has a historic downtown area along Route 66. Downtown is filled with shops, coffee shops, delis, restaurants, parks, museums, a brewery and more! Take time to check out everything downtown Kingman has to offer. You will want to visit again and again.

Alpacas of the Southwest
1108 McCarrel
I-40, 15 miles east of Kingman

Arizona Rte. 66 Motorsports Park
6500 N. Avenida Verde
Turn left at the airport – 3 1/2 miles off Rte 66
(928) 715-0394

Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area Trail System
(928) 757-7919

Cerbat Motorsports
(928) 279-6770

Desert Diamond Distillery
4875 Olympic Dr.
(928) 757-7611

Grand Canyon Caverns
Off Rt. 66, 63 miles NE of Kingman
(928) 422-3223

Grand Canyon West Skywalk
(928) 769-2636

Hualapai Mountain Park
6250 Hualapai Mtn. Park
(928) 681-5700

Keepers of the Wild
13441 E. Hwy 66
(928) 769-1800

Kingman Walking Tours
Historic Downtown Kingman
(928) 753-6106

Locomotive Park
310 W. Beale St.
(928) 757-7919

Stetson Winery & Event Center
10965 N. Moonscape Way (in Valle Vista)
(928) 757-7206


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