No Wildfires, No Earthquakes, No Tornadoes, No Volcanoes, No Hurricanes,
No Mudslides, No Flooding , Rare One Day Snow that melts by noon,
No Ice or Bitter Winter Weather. Just Lots of Sunshine!
Here Are Two Easy Day Trips:

Welcome to a place where it's easy to make friends and savor the relaxed lifestyle you have always dreamed of. It is time for you to enjoy the warm weather and sunshine that comes with life in Arizona and you'll love living in Kingman.

Kingman is perfect for retiring baby boomers and there is so much to do. Whether you prefer hiking in the foothills, splashing in the water, or viewing desert flowers, the town and area has something for everyone.

Kingman has excellent outdoor resources -- 1,000 miles of freshwatershoreline are within a 1 hour drive, and the 7,000 foot Haualapai Mountains with tall large pine trees is just 15 minutes away.

There are many surrounding wilderness areas, rugged desert mountains, historic mining camps, history about Kingman miners, hunting, fishing, boating, and hiking -- the outdoor buff has choices galore!

Kingman is the county seat for Mohave County which is the fifth largest county in the continental USA. Mohave County contains approximately 13,400 square miles of land. It has no less than 148 canyons within its boundaries, most of which help make up a large portion of the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River that separates the top 1/3 of Mohave County from the bottom 2/3.

The county is bordered by three rivers and one creek along with four lakes that are impounded behind dams on the Colorado and Bill Williams Rivers. The county is intersected by 21 mountain ranges and the corresponding valleys in between. There are five climate zones in Arizona and Mohave County is the only county in the state that contains all five.

Kingman is a great place to visit and live. Kingman is located in northwest Arizona which has millions and millions of acres of recreation land, 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 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 has great golf, a reasonable cost of living and a wide selection of housing choices that are perfect for your life style and budget.

Situated in the midst of the breathtaking natural scenic beauty of the Hualapai Valley between the Cerbat and Hualapai mountain ranges in Metro Kingman you will find the sunny skies of the old west and the sunbelt lifestyle.

Kingman is at an elevation of 3,500 feet making for an enjoyable climate year round. In the summer, temperatures may be in the high nineties during the day, then drop into the mid-sixties in the evening. Winter temperatures vary from the mid-thirties to the high sixties. The average temperatures of Kingman are much more comfortable than compared Phoneix, Tuncon, Bullhead City, and Lake Havasau. You'll also enjoy the smog free skies and you can see the stars at night.

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