Hoover Dam and Lake Mead Recreational Area - The entire Lake Mead Recreation Area stretches 60 miles and includes Mohave Lake and Davis Dam. The Colorado River pours into Lake Mead, the largest man-made lake in the United States. The imposing 726 foot high Hoover Dam creates it. The area offers numerous water recreations including; boating, fishing, water skiing, river rafting, and swimming.
Grand Canyon West
Panoramic views of the Grand Canyon may be viewed from the Hualapai Indian Reservation. A bus tour, narrated by one of the Hualapai Indian guides, gives fascinating information on the history and legends of the Grand Canyon
Kingman, will be the city you will visit most often to purchase your everyday necessities because of its proximity to our properties.
Relax in Kingman, whether it's business or pleasure, your visit to Kingman will be a relaxing one. The air is clean and there are no rush-hour freeways to navigate.
Take in a round of golf at Kingman's beautiful courses. Stroll leisurely through the steadily redeveloping downtown historical district. A variety of Indian jewelry, craft, novelty, gift shops and antique stores stand ready to provide an abundance of ideas for your visiting souvenirs. Kingman's multitude of restaurants and motels offer the amenities and ambience that you or your guests will appreciate.
Kingman has earned the reputation as the major crossroads of Highway 93 from Phoenix to Las Vegas, Nevada and Interstate 40 from Los Angeles to Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The city functions as the regional trade and service center for northwestern Arizona. Its location between Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, and the Grand Canyons has made tourism and manufacturing leading industries.
It is the county seat of Mohave County, and serves the local population of approximately 33,000 people, and draws an additional market from the county (population 124,500).
With excellent outdoor resources - 1,000 miles of freshwater shoreline at nearby Lake Mojave and Lake Mead, the Hualapai Mountains with elevations as high as 7,000 feet, many surrounding wilderness areas, rugged desert mountains, hunting, fishing, and hiking opportunities, and a historical mining camp, the outdoor buff has many choices to enjoy his day.
At an elevation of 3,336 feet, the city provides an ideal southwestern climate, neither too hot nor too cold; its dry climate and pollen free atmosphere add to its healthful attributes.
Kingman supports several elementary schools, a high school with two campuses and the local Community College. Additionally, many recreational facilities are found throughout the city.