Kingman KOA

3820 North Roosevelt

Kingman, AZ 86409

Reserve: 800-562-3991

Info: 928-757-4397

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Local Area Attractions


Grand Canyon Caverns

Visit a place 21 stores deep in the earth...a place of our ancient past. See 3 million year old marine fossils...a replica of a giant ground sloth extinct for 20,000 years and the remains of a mummified bobcat. Guided walking tours take approximately 45 minutes. An elevator takes the tour 210 feet underground to the caverns. The trails are paved and well-lit. Handrails enclose the paths. Grand Canyon Caverns is open year-round except for Christmas Day.

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Laughlin, Nevada

Casino gambling and entertainment.

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Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu is known for the original London Bridge. Only 45 minutes away from Kingman you can find yourself in an authentic English village on a beautiful lake in the desert.

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Excellent Central Location

Visit old ghost towns, enjoy hiking in the Hualapai Mountain Park, explore old Route 66, short trip to Laughlin and Colorado River.

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Mini-Golf Course on site Photo

Mini-Golf Course on site

Come enjoy 18 holes of fun mini putt putt

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Desert Hiking in the area is breathtaking. Check out for a list of Kingman hikes. Arizona Hot Springs via White Rock Canyon, Badger Trail, White Cliffs Wagon Trail and Monolith Gardens are some of our favorites.

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Antique Hunting

Historic downtown Kingman is the place to be for antique shopping. The powerhouse has a shopping guide on line...check it out HERE.

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Mountain Biking

Badger Trail - The Badger Trail makes a steady slog into the Cerbat Mountains. The trail navigates assorted rock outcroppings and the lean vegetation common to the Mojave Desert. Not overly steep but almost entirely shade-free, the Badger can turn scorching. At one point, climbing a high shelf, you spot what seems to be a snow field. No, you're not having heatstroke. As you get closer you'll recognize a vein of white quartz spread across the slope. The trail continues to Castle Rock, a huge jumble of boulders remarkable for their utter lack of resemblance to a castle. But vistas of Kingman and surrounding desert basins will help you overlook this inconsistency.Camp Beale Loop - The top of the ride provides two views: Kingmans skyline with the Hualapais and the Black Mountains in the distance. There are many switchbacks aand it is a fun adventure.Fowler Loop - The ride starts with easy ride about 200 feet to the top, .then drops down into a very curvy and fast section before becomming a cross-country type for about 4.5 miles. To get there get off I-40 on Beale Steet headed east to Fourth St. Turn right and go about 4 miles down to the last train tressel, park off the road, go under the tressel and the ride is well marked .Monolith Garden - The northern network of trails are the Cook Canyon Loop Trails and the large loop to the south is the Monolith Garden Loop. The Camp Beal Loop Trail connects by going under the highway. The trailhead is off of highway 93 just west of I 40. Metwell Drive is a half-mile from the interstate on the south side of the road. A mile farther also on the south side is another trailhead visible from the highway. Fast hard-packed trails with some ups and downs but no serious climbs.

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Hoover Dam Photo

Hoover Dam

Dam statistics: Height, 726.4 feet; Length, 1,244 feet; Cost, $175 million. 6.6 million tons of concrete. Started building in 1931 and completed in 1935. The dam generates 1,344,800 kilowatts of hydroelectric power.

Only 1 hour from Kingman, the dam has daily tours and a free walk across the new bridge.

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Located Away From Highway Noise Photo

Located Away From Highway Noise

In a quiet neighborhood..the only tricky part is seeing the blue sign that guides the way.

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Oatman - An Authentic Western Ghost Town Photo

Oatman - An Authentic Western Ghost Town

Oatman was born in 1906 as a tent camp, flourished as a gold mining center, then was stricken a near fatal blow in 1942 when Congress declared that gold mining was no longer essential to the war effort. Oatman now receives throngs of visitors drawn by its history as a gold mining center, which produced over 36 million dollars in gold at 1930 prices. The breathtaking scenery has been the main reason for movie makers to choose the area for making such films as "How the West Was Won", "Foxfire", "Edge of Eternity" as well as others. Oatman merchants take pride in keeping their town as authentic as possible. Many shops are open year-round. At any time people may enjoy the majestic scenery and see the wild burros which abound in the area.

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Powerhouse Museum

Kingman, the Heart of historic Route 66 & one of the hidden treasures of Arizona, is conveniently located on Interstate 40 and is the perfect launching point for "Route 66 and Beyond". Kingman Powerhouse Visitor Center: 7 days a week; 8 AM - 5 PM The Powerhouse Rt 66 Museum opens daily at 9am, last tours admitted at 4:30pm

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