Kingman, AZ Is A Great Place To Live In Northwest Arizona
No Wildfires, No Earthquakes, No Tornadoes, No Volcanoes, No Hurricanes, No Mudslides, No Flooding,
Rare Snow that usually melts by noon, No Ice or Bitter Winter Weather.

Kingman Also Has Great Fire & Police Protection

The City of Kingman is in a broad natural basalt basin valley between the pine-forested Hualapai Mountain on the east, and the rugged Cerbat and Black Mountain ranges on the west. Kingman offers the best of Arizona's high desert lifestyle.

We are located in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty with the sunbelt lifestyle. We have fantastic sun rises and sunsets and sky is not cloudy all day. The sunrise picture in the header of this page was taken on a typical morning. Want to watch the stars at night? You can do that in Kingman.

Kingman's elevation is ideal, at 3,336 feet. This evelavation makes Kingman's weather an ideal southwestern dry climate -- neither too hot or too cold!

Kingman is a vibrant, growing city. Kingman prides itself on its place in both historical, (Kingman Historic District) and modern America. And it is located right in the heart of the southwest! There is easy access with Kingman being located on I-40, easy access to Phoenix, and Las Vegas is about 2 hours.

Kingman, Arizona is known as the Heart of Historic Route 66. Kingman is located in Mohave County in Northwestern Arizona. There are lots of Things To Do In Kingman.

Kingman is a medium-sized city that as of the 2000 census, had a total population of 20,069 and nearby communities bring the total population to around 40,000. Kingman is neither predominantly white-collar or blue-collar. Instead, it has a mixed work force, a growing elder community, and strong, close-knit, family atmosphere.

There is a wide variety of homes for sale in Kingman, Arizona at affordable prices. There are also vacant lots to build your dream home on. Kingman is great place to retire.