Are you tired of the hustle and bustle of a large metropolitan area? The hectic pace that dominates your life each and every day. Why not consider our hidden treasure in Arizona? As a community, Kingman has grown over 39% since the 2000 census and was listed in the top 100 places to live in 2007 by CNN Money. Kingman, in the heart of historic Route 66 is located on Interstate 40 about 115 mile south east of Las Vegas, Nevada and about 60 miles from Lake Havasu City, a winter playground of the west.
As a home owner and resident our area offers so many things to see and do. We are located within 3 hours of some of the most scenic beauty our country has to offer. (The Grand Canyon and Sedona). With our proximity to Phoenix and Las Vegas you can have wonderful weekend getaways with great shopping, entertainment, four and five star restaurants without the everyday high cost of living and congestion. Don’t forget Laughlin NV which also offers entertainment and is only 32 mile west of Kingman. We have a rich history and are considered a tourism hub for northern Arizona. The small-town atmosphere is also a perk. Clean air, great climate, community parks, Cerbat & Hualapai Mountain range views, water sports, camping and hiking. Yes we do have a couple of hot months but at 3500 ft elevation we’re cooler than Las Vegas, Phoenix or Lake Havasu City. Plus you can always cool off at Lake Mead or down by the Colorado River. Rent a house boat or jet skis for a fun day in the sun. People get to know people and our housing is reasonable in comparison to the national average. We have a great schools systems and hospital services. For you skiing enthusiasts, you are only a couple hours away from the Snowbowl in Flagstaff. Also, you must see Oatman, a former mining town in the Black Mountains which is great fun for the kids and family.
As a business owner as well, I find Kingman, AZ to be one of the best kept secrets in the U.S. Demographically we are centrally located to Las Vegas NV, Phoenix, Flagstaff, Victorville Ca. and frankly, offer a great point of distribution. Over the next few years when our economy fully rebounds I feel we will experience continued growth. Remember all big cities were once small towns! - Great things come in small packages!
As with any place in America there are pluses and minues but we feel we have a great community and would like to invite you to join in our communities growth or just stop by for a round of golf.