There’s an activity for everyone at this 41-acre park including basketball, tennis, s, racquetball, soccer, softball fields, horseshoes, running trail, dog park, playgrounds, and a swimming pool complete with a water slide!
For fun you can’t find just anywhere, check out Kingman’s disc golf courses including Firefighter’s Memorial Park, Kingman’s oldest disc golf course, Mohave Community College’s Cactus Flats course, and Deer Canyon, Kingman’s newest course.
A historic trail used by Native Americans for centuries before Lt. Edward Beale traveled through the area in the 1850s, today you can still enjoy a picnic and a hike in the peaceful atmosphere.
Pet and feed the alpacas, take pictures, learn about alpaca husbandry, and the alpaca lifestyle with kid-friendly tours and interactive experiences for the whole family. Don’t miss their Ranch Store’s sweaters, hats, handmade rugs, and more!
Since opening in 1973, Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course has been the hometown location for golf the whole family can enjoy. Each year golfers are tested by 18 challenging holes during leagues, tournaments, and golf outings.
Now a popular activity destination, its storied history began as part of an old wagon route used in the late 1800s to bring ore from the mines to the railroad. Use began to slow in 1910 before halting completely in 1925 following a flood.
6 miles of developed and 10 miles of undeveloped trails give hikers, mountain bikers, and equestrians a chance to enjoy a variety of unique mountain habitats with stunning views. Did we mention the championship-style, 18-hole disc golf course?
A fantastic maze of towering rock formations on the outskirts of Kingman this multi-use facility operated by the Bureau of Land Management this admission-free destination is popular with hikers, non-motorized mountain bikers, and horses.
A weekend event where car enthusiasts drive along the longest existing stretch of Route 66 from Seligman to Topock. Today, more than 800 classic, custom and unique automobiles show up for this fantastic celebration of Route 66!