KINGMAN HISTORIC THEATRE
The Kingman Historic – The 100 year old Boller Brothers designed theatre is the heart of downtown Kingman. Showing first run movies on the weekend.
Showtimes are 7:30 on Friday and Saturday and 5:30 on Sunday.
The theatre is also host to concerts and community events. It is also available for private events.
237 N. Main Street
KINGMAN COUNTY MUSEUM
The Kingman County Historical Museum in Kingman Kansas occupies a beautiful 1888 building which served as a firehouse, jail, and city hall. The building has two towers, a bell tower over the city hall entrance and an unusual fire hose tower where the cotton hoses would hang after use, so that the hoses would not mildew. The fire hose tower is the reason the building is listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings. Make sure to stop in and check out the history of Kingman County. Open Fridays 9AM-3PM and Saturdays 9AM-12PM and by appointment
400 N Main Street
Eagles Pub & Golf Course
A staple of the community since 1923. The Eagles course is a 9-hole course featuring 2,906 yards of golf from the lonest tees for a par 36. There are plenty of obstacles to keep you golf game interesting. Make sure you stop in the Pub for a frosty drink after your game. The Eagles Pub is also a great place to host a variety of events including reunions, parties, and even provides a beautiful backdrop for weddings.
1225 N Golf Road
Lumberjack attack is an axe-throwing facility for individuals, family, and all kinds of parties and social gatherings. Call to reserves your space and time.
Call 316 371-7748 for more information and hours.
315 North Main Street
CITY OF KINGMAN SWIMMING POOL
Public pool located in Riverside park. The pool is opening May 31st, 2021.
Adult Swim: Mon – Fri Noon to 1:00PM
Open Swim: Mon-Sun 1:00PM to 7:00PM (hours subject to change)
Adults (9 and up): $3.00 Children (3-8): $2.00
Season passes are available at the pool – The pool is currently closed.
212 S Main
Open from 6:00 a.m. to midnight. Two playground areas. Two three-man basketball courts. Six tournament horseshoe pits. Hoover Pond, fishing permitted. Walking Path (concrete .8 miles and wood chip path .2 miles). Outdoor Wildlife Learning Site. Two covered pavilions. Bandstand.
212 S. Main
RECREATION COMMISSION BALL DIaMONDS
One baseball field and 2 softball fields. KINGMAN-NORWICH RECREATION COMMISSION operates all non-school activities on the playing fields in Riverside Park. For information, contact Director Brandon Davidson.
Riverside Park – 212 S Main
GLENN STARK ART DISPLAY
Glenn Stark was a grassroots artist from Kingman who did wood carvings and built larger sculptures using a metal framework and concrete. He filled his yard and house with light-hearted wood and concrete creations. After his death in 2014 at age 97 many sculptures were relocated to Depot Park.
100 S Main – Currently placed in storage. The Splash Pad and Depot Park are currently at this location.
KINGMAN STATE LAKE
Kingman State Fishing Lake offers excellent fishing for largemouth bass, bluegill, redear, northern pike, and channel catfish. Take the kids to one of the nearby ponds and you’re guaranteed a good day. Picnic tables, fire rings, primitive toilets, and a group shelter are available for visitors. Two boat launching facilities are located on the east side of the lake and primitive camp sites are available.
7 Miles West of Kingman on Highway 54
Proclaimed to be the oldest arboretum west of the Mississippi the Riggs Arboretum was started in 1901 by John Walter Riggs. The arboretum covers 10 acres in Waterloo KS just 10 miles east of Kingman. John originally planted a collection of trees including cedars of Lebanon, Olive of Palestine, sequoia, magnolia, plants from Australia and the lotus form the Nile. He succeeded in making numerous rare plants grow.
Open by permission
With future generations in mind, the vision of Hooray Ranch evolved into a place where the avid hunter or wildlife enthusiast could escape for an unprecedented, all inclusive experience. The Ranch features over 20,000 acres of intensively managed prime wildlife habitat in the heart of Kansas.
26202 S Sego Road
BLUESTEM HUNTING PRESERVE
Offering traditional Kansas field hunts for pheasant, quail, turkey, and deer. They have knowledgeable guides, experienced dogs, and plenty of birds and can accommodate rifle, black powder, and archery seasons. You can chose between a guided hunter or the self guided option
2301 N Highway 11
CHENEY STATE LAKE
Located just 19 miles from Kingman, Cheney State Lake offers something for everyone. Whether you are into sailing, skiing, or fishing Cheney has it all. With over 22 boat launching lanes, over 600 camp sites, 30 shelters, 3 nature trails, and a marina there is always something to do.
9912 S Titan Road, Cheney KS
BYRON WALKER WILDLIFE AREA
4,530 acres of biodiversity at it’s best! One of the premier wildlife spots in the state of Kansas. It has streamside woodlands, native prairies, food plots, multiple ponds, and 8 miles of the South Fork Ninnescah river. Birders, photographers, and other wildlife enthusiast will find many opportunities to see wildlife. Public hunting is allowed.
7 miles west of Kingman on Hiway 54
Kingman Carnegie Library
Located in a historic three-story 1914 Neo-Classical building, the Kingman Carnegie Library has been remodeled for modern comforts and is equipped with exciting resources for all ages. Hours: Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.; Wednesday and Friday 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.; Saturday 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. For more information, visit kingmanlibrary.org.