The mountins that surround Kingman and nearby communities can best be seen from horseback. The steady pace across the trails gives ample time to enjoy the views and ponder what it would hve been like way back when.
There are many trails in the area. Hualapai Mountain Park just a few miles from downtown Kingman has beautiful trails. Monolith Garden is on the west edge of Kingman with lots of trails and a huge space to park your horse trailer. On horses you will experience the rugged beauty of the mountains while riding trails once used by the U.S. Calvary to connect Kingman to Fort Mohave.
It is also possible to ride across public lands from Kingman to Lake Mead some 75 north of Kingman. The BLM Kingman Field Office oversees 2.4 million acres of public land in northwestern Arizona.
Snowbirds should remember, Dont put your horse away in the winter! Heading south in the winter time with your horse is the best of all worlds! An Arizona get-away is the perfect time for maintaining the riding skills of both horse and rider. Kingman has many horse properties that are perfect for the winter visitor.
Come experience our wonderful views, excellent weather, unbeatable horseback riding, and old west relaxation! You can get a glimpse into the old west while enjoying the beautiful NW Arizona desert and all the peace and quiet one could hope for.