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.

News and Announcements


There is no better way for Kingman residents to beat the summer heat. I welcome you to see what we have to offer at Parks & Recreation.

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Upcoming Trips

Looks what’s coming up in 2017…

·         March 3-6: San Francisco & Bay Area – 4 Day trip (SOLD OUT)

·         April 29: Defending the Caveman – Day Trip

·         June 24 & 25: Rawhide & Musical Instrument Museum – Overnight

·         August 18-20: Knott’s Berry Farm – Overnight

·         Jerome Area – Day Trip (dates to be determined)

·         Nutcracker (date to be determined)

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Drive-In and Summer Outdoor Movies – “Sponsors NEEDED”

The Outdoor Movies are widely attended and need sponsorships to help offset the cost of the movie licenses. The Recreation Department is in the planning stages for the coming summer and is hoping to have the ability to increase the number of movies offered. Continued sponsorships and donations will bring these special events to you free of charge or thru a minimal donation. All dates and times will be released in the upcoming seasonal brochures that are released in January, May, and September. We want to thank last year’s sponsor Unisource Electric & Gas for their valued contributions to the Kingman community for hosting the past several summers of movies. New and additional Sponsors are always appreciated and welcomed. The more we get in sponsorships, the more we can offer! Sponsors are recognized in our seasonal brochure, on flyers, in any public service announcement, and during the event with an on-screen promotion. If interested in becoming a sponsor of our movie nights, or any of the other outstanding Recreation programs, please contact Yvonne at the Recreation Department at 692-3111.

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Upcoming Trips, Activities and Events

Family Outdoor Campout

Join us for the fifth Centennial Park Outdoor Family Campout.  Spend the evening relaxing and let us take care of the activities for you and your family.  Take a night flashlight hike, listen to a story by the campfire, enjoy an outdoor movie, roast marshmallows, do a craft, play a game, or just relax in the grass and gaze at the stars.  Wake up to a warm breakfast and leave with memories that you can talk about with your family and friends for a long time! Fees will include activities, dinner & dessert Saturday evening, and breakfast Sunday morning.  You will need to provide your own camping gear, any extra drinks (no alcoholic beverages) and snacks for the event.  You will receive an itinerary and list of things to bring and not bring at the time of registration. Registration begins Monday, February 6 and deadline to register is Wednesday, March 8, 2016. For further information please contact Beth at 692-3109.

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Easter Coloring Contest

Co-Sponsored by: Taco Bell

This Easter we are looking for all children in Kindergarten through 5th grade to participate in this free activity. Coloring sheets will be available at the Recreation Department on Monday, March 27 and distributed to all local elementary schools. Entries must be returned to the Recreation Office by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, April 12.  Winners will receive awards for their grade levels and prizes will be delivered to their school by April 17.  Winners will be posted on Saturday, April 15, at the Centennial Park Egg Hunt and announced. All prizes are sponsored by the Recreation Department, our local Kingman Wal-Mart, and Kingman Taco Bell locations.

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Outdoor Drive–In Movie Night

Drive-In Movie nights have become popular and those in attendance have raved about them. If you haven’t been to one that the Parks & Recreation department has hosted, now is your chance. You can sit in the comfort of your vehicle and enjoy time spent with family or friends. Movies will take place downtown at Southside Park in the lower parking lot near field #2. Concessions will be available and this season proceeds will benefit Kingman Little League. Featured movie will be determined in February.

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Breakfast with the Easter Bunny

Sponsored by: Golden Corral

The Recreation Department has teamed up with Golden Corral to offer the community a breakfast with the Easter Bunny. Bring the whole family for breakfast in the company of your “furry friend” at a discounted price. Discount vouchers will be available at the Recreation Department, beginning Monday, March 27 until Friday, April 14; all others will pay full price at the register. For more info call the Recreation Department at 757-7919.

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Easter Egg Hunt

Sponsored by: Rotary Club of Kingman and Desert De Oro Foods (“Taco Bell” / “Pizza Hut”)

The Easter Bunny is hopping this way to help you celebrate another year of hunting eggs in Kingman. Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in the hunt together as a family on the softball fields at Centennial Park. Each field will be covered with candy, plastic eggs, and several items donated by our local Taco Bell and Pizza Hut locations. There will be Secret Eggs randomly placed throughout the hunt areas and can be redeemed for an Easter prizes, just look for the “paper marked prize” inside the eggs.

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Easter Egg Toss

For the young at heart, immediately following the Easter Egg Hunt there will be an Egg Toss for those who are interested in participating. The Egg Toss will take place after the completion of the Egg Hunt and is open to all persons age 13 and older. Entries are based on a first come first serve until all raw eggs are handed out.

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Defending the Caveman & Atomic Bomb Museum

"Defending the Caveman is the longest-running solo play in Broadway history. It has been seen in 45 different countries and translated into 30 different languages. The one-man show features Kevin Burke as the hilarious and all-too-relatable Caveman.” This show is a surefire help in accepting the different relationship between men and women! The National Atomic Testing Museum is one of a handful of private national museums and showcases some of the rarest of artifacts relating to the nation’s atomic testing program. 

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Name PH#  (928)
Mike Meersman
Director/Golf Superintendent
Yvonne Cossio
Recreation Superintendent
Guy Reynolds
Parks Superintendent
Jennifer Wheeler
Administrative Assistant
Ryan Fruhwirth
Recreation Coordinator
(sports, classes & special events)
Beth Matthews
Recreation Coordinator
(classes, trips, aquatics &
special events)
Facility Number
Centennial Pool
(Seasonal Only: May-August)
Cerbat Cliffs Golf Course 753-6593
Downtown Pool
(Seasonal Only: May-August)
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 or Beth Matthews to offer your assistance.