tourism logoKingman lies in northwestern Arizona, 170 miles from the Grand Canyon National Park, 100 miles from Las Vegas and 200 miles from Phoenix. The opportunities to introduce many visitors to the incredible natural scenery and recreation are nearly as impressive as the stunning vistas of the surrounding multi-hued stone formations and magnificent pine-covered Hualapai Mountains. The moderate climate allows for year-round outdoor activity, from hiking and biking on trails accessible within Kingman’s city limits or trekking to the Grand Canyon. Taking time to watch the clean, clear skies is especially popular in Kingman, whether it be catching spectacular sunrises and sunsets dancing along the high desert landscape or stargazing at night, a breathtaking experience due to the area's low light pollution.

History buffs come to Kingman’s downtown for the longest preserved stretch of historic Route 66 and the museums, classic car shows and memorabilia supporting it.

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The opportunities to support the tourist streams coming to Kingman are endless. For more information on the business possibilities in Kingman tourism, please contact one of the Office of Tourism team members:

Tourism Services Manager
Josh Noble
Direct: 928-718-2581
[email protected]

Tourism Admin (Digital Outreach & Events Calendar)
Katie Barthlow
Direct: 928-718-2583
[email protected]

Tourism Admin (Accounts Payable and Business Services)
Joyce Wiley
Direct: 928-718-2582
[email protected]

Visitor Center Coordinator
Desarae Paulsson
Direct: 928-565-1283
[email protected]