You can find Kingman , Arizona in the northwestern part of the state near U.S. 93 and Interstate 40 right in the heart of the Haulapi and Cerbat mountain ranges. This city is truly a sight to see as it sits 3,400 feet above sea level, surrounded by breathtaking mountain views. The city became the county seat of Mohave County in 1887; just 65 years after it was incorporated.
The City of Kingman offers many activities and attractions to enjoy year-round. Haulapai Mountain Park offers camping, hiking, picnicking and much more. The Colorado River provides an array of activities which include a swimming, boating, fishing, and many other water sports. There is also many historical attractions and ghost towns in the area.
Kingman has a great historic district complete with a walking tour and map to help guide you. You can also find the longest preserved part of U.S. Route 66 still remaining in Kingman. Other interesting places to visit include White Cliffs Wagon Road, Beale Springs, and Beale Wagon Road .
Residents of Kingman enjoy the community facilities such as museums, public swimming pools, a bowling alley, two golf courses, racquetball, aerobic centers, horseshoe and shuffleboard, several tennis courts, ten public parks, a resource center and a senior center. A championship golf course is located in the beautiful golf community of Valle Vista located just 17 miles out of town.