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Sports and Recreation

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  • Pool
  • 928.753.8155
City Pool
  • Hiking/Biking Trails
  • 6250 Hualapai Mountain Rd., Kingman
  • 928.681.5700
Head 12 miles east to Hualapai Mountain Park, with elevations ranging from 4984’ to 8417’, making it a perfect oasis from the heat of summer and a sometimes snowy playground in winter. Hualapai Mountain Park stands as a direct contrast to the desert landscape of Kingman, filled with pine forests and juniper amidst granite rock formations. Visitors can view abundant wildlife that includes several varieties of birds, fox, deer and elk. Hike or bike along miles of trails and enjoy the breathtaking views, or enjoy such activities as camping, picnicking, volleyball, softball and horseshoes. Hualapai Mountain Park also has camp grounds and cabins for rent.
  • City Park
  • 928.757.7919
City Park (2 acres)
  • City Park
  • 928.757.7919
City Park (9 acres)
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  • City Park
  • 928.757.7919
City Park (7 acres)
  • City Park
  • 928.757.7919
City Park (4 acres)
  • Golf Course
  • 3820 North Roosevelt, Kingman
  • 928.757.4397
Open to the Public mini-golf course in the KOA Campgrounds. You get the clubs, golf balls and 18 holes for only $3 per person!
  • City Park
  • 928.757.7919
City Park (2 acres)
  • Hiking/Biking Trails
The Monolith Garden Trail is open to hikers, mountain bikers, horseback riders and trail runners. This series of loop trails about 9 miles/14.4km in length, meanders through Mohave Desert vegetation and interesting volcanic rock formations.
  • City Park
  • 928.757.7919
City Park (5 acres)
  • City Park
  • 928-757-7919
City Park (3.2 acres)
  • City Park
  • 928-757-7919
City Park (51 acres)
  • Golf Course
  • 9686 Concho Drive, Kingman
  • 928-757-8744
Open to the public, this Country Club and Restaurant is set in the high desert surrounded by mountains. Mild winters and temperate summers provides year around enjoyment.
  • City Park
  • 928-757-7919
City Park (4 acres)
  • Hiking/Biking Trails
At the White Cliffs you will see part of an old wagon route used in the late 1800s to bring ore from the Stockton Hill Mines to the railroad to be transported for processing.
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