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Kingman in Review, a baker’s dozen of developments in 2022

The year 2022 was eventful and productive in Kingman, with new dining and recreational experiences for travelers, new and returning events, and a phase of international revenge travel. Here’s the travel new in a nutshell for 2022:


  1. On January 4, the 2.5 millionth visitor walked through the doors of the Kingman Visitor Center, read more about it here.

  2. The largest Tesla Supercharger Site on Route 66 in Arizona opened January 21,2022

  3. On April 27, a Ground Breaking was held and Construction began on Wingate & Hawthorn, set to open mid-2023 with 94 rooms.

  4. Route 66 Fun Run Returned April 29 to May 1 after two years in hiatus with 883 registrants, beating the record 849 set in 2019.

  5. National Road Trip Day Dedication hosted with National Day Calendar founder Marlo Anderson at the Heart of Historic Route 66 in downtown Kingman on May 27. National Road Trip Day serves as the official kickoff of the summer road trip season.

  6. Also on May 27, Kingman Main Street launched their self-guided downtown tours with the unveiling of a bronze statue near the Kingman Railroad Museum.

  7. Two Axe Throwing Businesses open up in Kingman - Route 66 Axe Throwing (opened in March) and The Axe Bros (opened over the summer).

  8. Two rock climbing boulders were opened in August in historic Metcalfe Park, read more about it here.

  9. The Tow ‘N Show, Kingman first vintage camper show, debuted at the 2nd Kingman Route 66 Fest in October.

  10. The inaugural all-women’s’ Monarch Triathlon was held in Bullhead City, Golden Valley, and Kingman, AZ on October 22.

  11. The inaugural Route 66 UltraRun with Marshall Ulrich was hosted on the longest remaining stretch of Historic Route 66 from Seligman to Kingman to Topock with 13 of 15 contestants running the entire 140-mile course non-stop over Veteran’s Day weekend.

  12. The dining scene expanded. A few restaurants changed names, changed management, but no dining sites closed doors in 2022. There were in fact several new options on the scene, including Red Cellar & Bistro Wine Bar, Shanghai Asian Seafood, The Healthy Bar, Olympus Diner, Kusina de Maynila (Kingman’s first Pilipino eatery), Charley’s Cheesesteak, a downtown Victoria’s Sugar Shack satellite bakery shop, and Calico’s Restaurant returned to the Downtown. All-in-all, Kingman leveled up to 90 dine-in options by year’s end, more than at any point in the small towns food history!

  13. International Travel returned in 2022! Over 10,000 entrees where made in the Kingman Visitor Center guestbook with a solid 30% penned by international travelers. In comparison, international visitors represented 39.5% of the guest book in 2019, only 4% in 2020, and just 14% in 2021.

Posted:
12/30/2022
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