The City of Kingman is the county seat of Mohave County located in northwest Arizona along Interstate 40 and U.S. 93. The City’s population is 28,068; 60,000 in the region with 45,000 within the City’s water service boundary.
Our beautiful city straddles the scenic Hualapai, Cerbat and Black Mountains, offering hiking, picnicking, camping, and other outdoor activities in the cool pines. The Kingman and Colorado River areas offer a unique range of recreational and historical attractions as do several ghost towns in the area. If you enjoy summers, the rivers and lakes in our area offer fishing along with boating and other forms of water-oriented recreation. Kingman is an easy commute to Las Vegas, Laughlin, Phoenix, the Grand Canyon, and Grand Canyon West/Skywalk or a half day’s drive to Los Angeles or San Diego. We enjoy a wide range of recreation: hiking trails, ATV trails, golf, swimming, visit our museums, winery or distillery, or complete Centennial Park’s fitness track and much more!
Kingman’s quality housing, excellent schools including community college with extended learning through Northern Arizona University, low crime rate, clean environment, several parks, 2 public golf courses, regional attractions, and the pleasant year-round weather are just a few of the positive factors that have attracted new residents and businesses to our community. Kingman is also fortunate to have a complete range of quality health care services available. Kingman Regional Medical Center is an important full service hospital who has teamed up with the Mayo Clinic and provides many highly specialized health care services. Above all, Kingman has friendly and compassionate people who call Kingman home and a great place to live, learn, work and play.