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Enjoy the Outdoors and Museums with a Charter Bus in Kingman, Arizona

Kingman, Arizona

Kingman is the seat of Mohave County and has more than 28,000 residents. The city is known as the Heart of Historic Route 66, the most famous highway in the country. Discover the city with a charter bus in Kingman, Arizona.

Ride a charter bus in Kingman, Arizona to these wonderful places:

Arts & Culture

The Kingman Army Airfield Museum is housed inside the engineering building of a former army airfield base. The museum has several artifacts coming from World War II that tells you about the airbase's contributions during the war. There are aviation artifacts that you could appreciate as well. Then go to the Mohave Museum of History and Arts where you have displays and artifacts that help you to learn about the heritage and history of Northwestern Arizona. Further, go to the Route 66 Electric Vehicle Museum, which is the first electric vehicle museum in the world, having been opened only in 2014. Displays here date back to the early 1900s.

Golf Courses

Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course in Kingman, Arizona

Check out the golf courses in the city: Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course and Valle Vista Golf Club.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

History buffs will enjoy:

  • Bonelli House: Built in the 1910s, it was the Bonelli Family's second home after their first house burned down.
  • Camp Beale's Spring: Built in the 1870s, the spring provided protection, as well as being the feeding and supply station of the Hualapai Indians.
  • Historic Powerhouse: Constructed in the 1910s, it supplied power to the many towns in the area. The Route 66 Museum is housed here, as well as the Hualapai Tourist Information Center, Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce, the Historic Route 66 Association of Arizona, and a state visitor's center.
  • Kingman Railroad Museum: Housed inside a 1907 railroad depot, the museum has several railroad related artifacts and a Lionel town, among other exhibits.
  • Locomotive Park: Features a steam engine #3759.
  • Oatman Stables.
  • White Cliffs Wagon Trail: From this trail, you can see the wagon route that was used in the 1800s and trace the route of ores being transported from the Stockton Hill Mines to the railroad.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Do not miss out on Hualapai Mountain Park, which allows you to get away from the hot desert climate of the state. During the summer, the Hualapai Mountain Park gives you a cool climate while in the winter, you can check out the snow fun that you could have here. You can go hiking and biking, have a picnic, camp, and just enjoy the wonderful views and the wildlife here. You can also check out the play area and the frisbee golf course that they have on premises.

The city has a variety of outdoor activities that you could enjoy. Hike in the foothills, swim, or check out the wildlife. You can go to the wilderness areas here, or check out the terrain on rugged mountains. Visit the mining camps, go hunting, fishing and hike through the terrain. You can also check out the many parks that dot the city, including Canyon Shadows Neighborhood Park, Cecil Davis Park, Centennial Park, Cerbat Foothills Recreational Area, Firefighters Memorial Park, Grandview Pool, Hubbs Neighborhood Park, Lewis Kingman Park, Locomotive Park, Metcalfe Park, Mohave Neighborhood Park, Monsoon Park, Pawnee Neighborhood Park, Southside Park, and Walleck Ranch Park.

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