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Kingman is nestled at the base of the Hualapai Mountains with spectacular desert scenery and clean air. We are in the heart of Historic Route 66 and close to popular attractions, including Lake Mead and the Grand Canyon. The temperature is typically 20 degrees cooler than surrounding cities.
Kingman, Arizona: The Heart of Historic Route 66
The city of Kingman sparkles like a gem in the center of Arizona’s spectacular high desert. Kingman is famous for its frequent windy days, which keeps the air clean and fresh.
And speaking of gems, you “rock hounds” know that we are the source for the infamous high quality “Kingman turquoise” – a rare and beautiful semi-precious mineral sought after by jewelers and artisans the world over.
Conveniently located on Interstate 40, it is the gateway for “Route 66 and Beyond.” It offers the best of historic charm and all the modern conveniences of urban living.
You will be amazed by the quality of businesses and services Kingman has to offer. We may well be Arizona’s “best kept secret.”
Scenic hiking and bicycle trails, historic downtown areas, excellent restaurants and cafes, microbreweries, shopping and a full roster of festivals and events make the Kingman experience one to remember!