Open: Open all year Number of Sites: 128 Dogs Allowed: Yes
Kingman, Arizona, has a flavor all its own. Combine great weather, a small—town atmosphere with sophisticated amenties, and of course, location, you have the perfect place to live and do business.
Located in the northwest corner of the state, Kingman is situated in the scenic Hualapai Valley between the Cerhat and Hualapai mountain ranges. Kingman is proud of its historic community with 62 structures on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Kingman is also the seat of Mohave County, which boasts more than 1.000 miles of shoreline. The County is bordered on the west by the mighty Colorado River, and water enthusiasts from near and far enjoy sports on lakes Mohave, Mead and Havasu.
Hunting, hiking, camping, fishing, photography and rockhounding opportunities abound in and around Kingman. Exploration of geographic wonders like the West End of the Grand Canyon make for an exciting day trip. Nearby minding towns like Mineral Park, Chloride and Oatman provide a glimpse of Kingman’s ranching and mining history.
30 X 65’ Pull-Troughs (overnight only)
Pool - Seasonal
From west jct US 93 and I-40 (exit 48): Go 5 mi E on I-40 (exit 53), then 1/2 mi N on US 66 (Andy DeVine Ave), then 1/2 mi W on Airway Ave. Entrance on left.
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