Kingman, Arizona is a great place to live. Not too hot in the summer, not too cold in the winter. When you live in Kingman you no longer have to worry about wildfires, earthquakes, tornadoes, hail, volcanoes, hurricanes, mudslides, flooding, ice or bitter winter weather, and the rare snow usually melts before noon!

The City of Kingman is in a broad valley between the pine-forested Hualapai Mountain on the east, and the rugged Cerbat and Black Mountain ranges on the west. Kingman offers the best of Arizona's high desert lifestyle.

Kingman is an affordable community located in Mohave County in Northwestern Arizona. Mohave County has a population of 200,186 in 2014 with Kingman being the county seat.

We are located in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty with the sunbelt lifestyle. Kingman's elevation is ideal, at 3,336 feet. Kingman weather is an ideal southwestern climate -- neither too hot or too cold! Kingman, Arizona weather is a dry climate.

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Kingman is a transportation center along the Interstate I-40 corridor along with a history of rail transportation. Kingman is well located at the intersection of the Canamex Highway connecting Canada and Mexico, Historic Old Route 66, US 93 to Phoenix or Las Vegas which is an easy day trip, State Route 68 which leads to Laughlin, Nevada. Kingman arizona hotels, motels, and restaurants are plentiful.

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, 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 over 1,000 miles of fresh water shoreline. Arizona has the beauty of nature in some of the West's most beautiful areas.


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Kingman is a transportation center along the Interstate I-40 corridor along with a history of rail transportation. Kingman is well located at the intersection of the Canamex Highway connecting Canada and Mexico, the longest continous stretch of the original Historic Old Route 66, US 93 to Phoenix or Las Vegas, and State Route 68 which leads to Laughlin, Nevada. Kingman arizona hotels, motels, and restaurants are plentiful.

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, hunting, fishing, and hiking -- the outdoor buff has choices galore!

Kingman is a great place to visit and live. Real estate is reasonably priced and the cost of living is most likely lower than where you are living. 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. There are lots of things to do in Kingman and the Kingman area. 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, Arizona Is A Great Place To Live!
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