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Kingman has much to offer within a couple hour's drive.  It is located between two major Grand Canyon viewpoints: Grand Canyon West®, home of the Skywalk ®, and Grand Canyon National Park. Kingman is at the heart of the longest stretch of Historic Route 66, which - with backcountry switchbacks, scenic back roads and small roadside stops- is an entertaining means of getting to your destination!

  • 15 miles (24 km)
  • 20 minute drive
Alpacas of the Southwest is a full operating ranch with Crias and Alpacas with blood lines from Peru, Bolivia, and Chile. Tours are offered allowing you a chance to get up close and personal with the friendly alpacas. Visitors can also go to the ranch store and experience the softness of luxury alpaca clothing. Socks, sweaters, hats, rugs yarn and much more.
  • 24 miles (39 km)
  • 40 minute drive
The first Kingman winery, Cella Wines is located right off of Route 66.
  • 25 miles (40 km)
  • 30 minute drive
North of Kingman up Hwy 93 lies the sleepy little town of Chloride. Founded in 1862, when silver was found in the Cerbat Mountains, Chloride is one of the oldest, continuously lived in towns in Arizona.
  • 35 miles (56 km)
  • 45 minute drive
The Colorado River forms the western boundary of Mohave County and plays a central role in the county's recreational activities.
  • 8 miles (13 km) from downtown Kingman.
  • 15 minute drive, 35-40 minutes for Lunch in Historic Train car #30 15-20 minutes for Rum and/or Whiskey Tastings Tours by appointment only 30 minutes.
Kingman should be called "The Gateway to the West". There are so many things to do in a 30-60 minute circle around our venue, that John and I have not even visited half of them. Take a few minutes and stray off I-40 for just 30 minutes and you will see what you have been missing!
  • Pick-up is available at your hotel or at the Kingman Visitor Center.
Desert Wonder Tours has a passion for wandering, roaming and touring! Our guides have designed customized Desert Wonder Wanderings to appeal to your personal tastes from mountain top to deep cavern coolness.
  • 62 miles (100 km)
  • 70 minute drive
Grand Canyon Caverns Gift Shop & Restaurant open 7 days a week. Cavern Inn Motel on Route 66 is open & taking reservations. Tours into the caverns CLOSED until further notice.
  • 71 miles (114 km) *completely paved August, 2014
  • 90 minute drive, 3+ hour tour
Walk the sky at the Grand Canyon West Skywalk, 4,000 feet above the canyon floor. Stroll through the Indian Village representing the Southwestern Tribes, or see the Native Dancers. Take a helicopter ride into the Grand Canyon and ride a pontoon boat to get a gorgeous view of the canyon walls.
  • 56 miles (90 km)
  • 1 hour drive one way
Experience a destination rich with history, adventure and good ol’ fashion western hospitality. Grand Canyon Western Ranch is a historic outlaw ranch just 15 minutes from the western rim of the Grand Canyon.
  • 26 miles (42 km)
  • 30 minute drive
Originally a service station on Route 66, there's no gas here now. But now a museum, gift shop and collection of photo ops and Route 66 memorabilia.
  • 118 miles (190 km)
  • 3 1/2 hour drive
The Falls in Havasu Canyon are among the most beautiful and well known waterfalls on Earth.
  • 157 miles (253 km)
  • 4 hour drive
Tour the longest stretch that remains of Route 66. 157 miles from Topock,Az. through Kingman ending 20 miles east of Seligman.
  • 70 miles (113 km)
  • 75 minute drive
The Bureau of Reclamation has conducted tours through the Hoover Dam and powerplant since 1937. Today, close to 1,000,000 visitors a year take the tour.
  • 34 miles (55 km)
  • 30 minute drive
Keepers of the Wild, a nonprofit sanctuary, sits on 175 acres, which are held in Trust, and gives the more than 130 exotic animals, including lions, tigers, wolves and much more.
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  • 24 miles (38 km)
  • 35 minute drive
Welcome to the newest vineyard in Kingman, Arizona. Located on Winery Row, Little Old Wine Drinkers Winery is starting from scratch (bare Earth), breaking the soil, planting vines, harvesting grapes, creating delicious wines, and delivering them to you in bottles for your enjoyment. That is why they say, From Earth to Bottle, because they have been a part of the entire process.
  • Taking I-40 to Hwy 95: 59 miles (95 km). Taking Rt 66 to I-40 to Hwy 95: 82 miles (132 km)
  • I-40 route : 65 minute drive. Rt 66 to I-40 route: 2 hour drive
In 1967, the City of London began looking for a buyer for the London Bridge and Lake Havasu City's founder Robert McCulloch placed the winning bid of $2,460,000. Following reconstruction, the London Bridge was rededicated in Lake Havasu City on October 10, 1971!
  • 28 miles (45 km)
  • 45 minute drive
Visit Historic Oatman, Arizona , an authentic, western, ghost town and mining camp named for pioneer-turned-indian-captive Olive Oatman. This Route 66 survivor is best known for its population of wild burros, who roam the streets willy-nilly, fed by camera happy tourists - and their wild west shows that start at high noon daily.
  • 52 miles (90 km)
  • 50 minute drive one way
Explore the Grand Canyon from a white water rapids of the Colorado River!
  • 87 miles (139 km)
  • 90 minute drive
The delightful town of Seligman retains all the flavor of the Mother Road, Route 66.
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