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  • Hiking/Biking Trails

Badger Trail meanders through scenic Mohave Desert vegetation and interesting granite rock outcroppings, ascending into the southern end of the Cerbat Mountains.

  • Hiking/Biking Trails

A 3.2 mile/5.1 km multipurpose (non-motorized) hiking, mountain bicycling, and equestrian trail meandering to the top of a mesa, and back down. Grades average 5%, with some short sections reaching 10-12%.

  • Hiking/Biking Trails
  • 928-757-7919

Established in 1871 to provide protection and to act as a feeding and supply station for the Hualapai Indians.

  • City Park
  • 928-757-7919

City Park

  • City Park
  • 928-757-7919

City Park (5 acres)

  • City Park
  • 3333 Harrison St., Kingman
  • 928-757-7919

City Park

  • Pool
  • 3333 Harrison St., Kingman
  • 928-757-7910

City Pool with a 50 foot water slide.

  • Golf Course
  • 1001 Gates Ave., Kingman
  • 928-753-6593

Tee off at Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course, Kingman’s championship 18-hole golf course. The course is open to the public year-round and offers the scenic features of a resort, meticulously maintained greens and tough, tight fairways and sculptured tees.

  • Hiking/Biking Trails
  • 928-757-7919

Take a hike in the Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area (CFRA) covering 11,300 acres of Mohave Desert grassland with 4 different trail systems totaling 19 miles. The trails are open to hikers and joggers, equestrian use and bicyclists. Vegetation in the area includes yucca, beavertail, prickly pear, creosote and mesquite, and the CFRA provides habitat for mule deer, Sonoran desert tortoise, coyotes, foxes, Gambel’s quail, mourning dove, several types of raptors and many smaller mammals, birds and reptiles.

  • City Park
  • 928-757-7919

City Park (11 acres)

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