WELCOME TO KINGMAN PARKS AND RECREATION
The Kingman Parks and Recreation Department provides residents with a wide variety of life-enriching classes, special events, trips, athletic opportunities and workshops. We strive to provide our community with safe, clean, pleasing park facilities that will meet the recreational needs of the entire community.
Announcements and Events

PARKS ONLINE REGISTRATION SYSTEM

Kingman Parks and Recreation is pleased to announce that we are implementing online registration. At this time there are a limited number of programs available for online registration, but starting September 2014 online registration will be available for all programs offered by the Recreation Department. In the coming months additional features will be added online such as Softball/Baseball Field Reservations and Ramada/Park Reservations. For more information please contact Parks and Recreation at 928-757-7919.

Please click on the HERE to begin online registration.

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FEES AT CERBAT CLIFFS GOLF COURSE TO INCREASE SEPTEMBER 1ST

On July 1st the Kingman City Council approved a rate hike in the fees charged at the Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course. There are several reasons to round-up and increase fees, to include tax,  at the golf course.   The first is to minimize the time our customer’s spend in the line at the Pro Shop waiting while staff has to make change for each transaction and count it back.  The second and very important reason is to show Council and the citizens of the City of Kingman that we are continuing our efforts to make the golf course a self-supporting operation.  This will increase annual revenue by $45,000 to $50,000.  Another very important reason is that many of our customers have suggested that we do this.  

View New Fee Table

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COLORADO WEEKEND GETAWAY

(Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Mesa Verde)

This trip will start early as we leave Kingman and travel the weekend through two surrounding states. On Friday, we will depart Kingman and make a lunch stop along the way before reaching our Durango destination. Upon arrival, we will check into the Quality Inn Durango for our weekend stay and depart shortly after for a dinner & show at the Bar D Chuckwagon. Supper will be included with your choice of BBQ beef or chicken, baked potato, baked beans, biscuit, applesauce, spice cake, and coffee or lemonade.

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THE PEAKS AND CRATERS NATURAL ADVENTURE

(Arizona Snowbowl Ride and Walnut Canyon)

Experience the heights and depths of Arizona terrain as our Saturday excursion will begin with an exhilarating half hour ride to the top of the Snowbowl, a little exploring and picture taking, and then your descent followed by lunch at the lodge. After lunch it’s on to Sunset Crater & Wupatki National Monument for an afternoon of exploring the ruins and volcanic crater.

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Directory
Name PH#  (928)
Mike Meersman
Director/Golf Superintendent
692-3105
Yvonne Cossio
Recreation Superintendent
692-3111
Guy Reynolds
Parks Superintendent
757-1705
Karen Fogg
Administrative Assistant
692-3107
Craig Ellingson
Recreation Coordinator
(sports, classes & special events)
692-3113
Beth Matthews
Recreation Coordinator
(classes, trips, aquatics &
special events)
692-3109
FACILITY'S
Facility Number
Centennial Pool
(Seasonal Only: May-August)
757-7910
Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course 753-6593
Downtown Pool
(Seasonal Only: May-August)
753-8155
For community organizations numbers, please visit the Informational Numbers page.

Volunteers Valued

The Kingman Parks & Recreation Department is looking for a few good men and women to assist them in a variety of programs and activities. If you enjoy youth sports, working around pools or simply assisting an instructor with an arts and crafts class, and have the extra time to work with these or any other recreation activity or special event, please contact the Recreation office at 757-7919. Ask for Yvonne Cossio, Craig Ellingson or Beth Matthews to offer your assistance.