39 miles of Great Scenery and Fun

Kingman - Kingman is The Heart of Histortic route 66. Located in the midst of breathtaking natural beauty at 3,336 feet elevation, it provides ideal southwestern climate -- neither too hot nor too cold to enjoy route 66.

Whatever you need for your travel, Kingman has it. Lots of motels, and very wide variety of restaurants, a many service options for cars and motorcycles.

Be sure to enjoy the historic district the many building murals and the train photography vantage points. There are many things to do in and around Kingman.

The information below is for Route 66, starting on Andy Devine Avenue at I-40 and heading east to the county line. 39 miles of Great Scenery and Fun await you.

There are many restaurants, gas stations, and motels in the area around Interstate 40 exit 53. Travelodge is a great place to stay at a reasonable price as you begin your journey out Route 66.
Route 66 Restorations has vehicles for sale and they do restoration work with professional painting!
The Gold Lady has prospecting supplies, 1/4 block west of Route 66 at Gordon.
Flea Market at the corner of Thompson and Route 66
Thompson and Route 66, on east edge of Kingman
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