Kingman Is A Great Place To Live!
Kingman is a great place to live in northwest AZ. No Wildfires, No Earthquakes, No Tornadoes, No Volcanoes, No Hurricanes, No Mudslides, No Flooding, Rare Snow that usually melts by noon, No Ice or Bitter Winter Weather. Kingman Also Has Great Fire & Police Protection.
Kingman is The Heart Of Historic Route 66
and the Arizona Cross Roads to Adventure
There is a lot to do! Whether you prefer hiking in the foothills, splashing in the water, or viewing desert flowers, the town has something for everyone.

Kingman has excellent outdoor resources -- 1,000 miles of freshwatershoreline within a 1 hour drive, and the 7,000 foot Haualapai Mountains with tall large pine trees just 15 minutes away.

There are many surrounding wilderness areas, rugged desert mountains, historic mining camps, history about Kingman miners, hunting, fishing, and hiking -- the outdoor buff has choices galore!

Kingman is a great place to visit and live. Kingman is located in northwest Arizona which has millions and millions of acres of recreation, is home to the Grand Canyon, and has many other parks, monuments and forests.

Northwest Arizona is a vacation paradise. Water recreation is available on more miles of fresh water shoreline than anywhere else in the USA. Arizona has the beauty of nature in some of the West's most beautiful areas.

Kingman Is Located In Mohave County
Mohave County is the fifth largest county in the USA. Mohave County contains approximately 13,400 square miles of land. It has no less than 148 canyons within its boundaries, most of which help make up a large portion of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River that separates the top 1/3 of Mohave County from the bottom 2/3. The county is bordered by three rivers and one creek along with four lakes that are impounded behind dams on the Colorado and Bill Williams Rivers.

The county is intersected by 21 mountain ranges and the corresponding valleys in between. There are five climate zones in Arizona and Mohave County is the only county in the state that contains all five. has lots more information.

Mohave County contains over 50% of the Grand Canyon National Park, all of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area and all of the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. Be sure to check out the website The Kaibab, Fort Mojave and Hualapai Indian Reservations also lie within Mohave county.