Kingman lies amidst the Cerbat and Hualapai Mountains in the natural beauty of the Hualapai Valley. Sunny days and clear skies present favorable, moderate living conditions in the high desert locale.
Like much of the Southwest, precipitation is scarce, as Kingman receives around eight inches of rain each year, compared to the U.S. average of 38”. While days can be hot, visitors unfamiliar with the desert should know temperatures drop to cool nights. But that makes it much nicer to view the star-filled skies absent urban light pollution. While temperatures can reach above 100℉ during the summer, they routinely drop below 70℉. Winters are incredibly amenable, with highs above 50℉ and lows dipping below 40℉.