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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
TripAdvisor Reviews Econo Lodge Kingman
Travel Blogs from Kingman
... the drive were on flat 2 lane roads. The other 20 minutes were on the side of a mountain, narrow twisting, s-turns, up and down the mountain. My knuckles were white the entire trip even though Nick was only driving about 20 mph. Elevation 2710.
The town of Oatman consisted of one street, wooden planked sidewalks and the usual post office, restaurant, tavern and gift shops that you would find in any western one horse town....I mean one burro ...
... this work involved
If my dad was around he would have been super impressed. I could almost imagine him saying "Wow take a look at that.."
Sadly the queues were so long, waiting in the blistering heat to go on a conducted tour, we couldn't face this, So after taking a longish walk round the periphery of the dam, we took off towards ...
... a store that required a membership. A bit frustrated, I went up to the customer service counter and asked "what does it take to become a member?" The young lady reached under the counter, pulled out a trifold brochure, put a sticker on it with a series of numbers and said, "here, fill this out and bring it with you next time..or not." That was easy! We gathered our precooked roasted chicken, a can of beets, a ...
... sucked up a LOT more gas than usual (just a hair over 16 mpg, our usual is in the 20 range). With Humphery's Peak ahead of us we made the quick trip back to I-40, then turned north at Williams, AZ toward the Grand Canyon. That trip went fairly fast as well because the road is well maintained and not much traffic. We rolled past the Grand Canyon Airport (I asked Dolly - who doesn't fly - if she would like to take a $100 helicopter ride into ...
... closer we got the rockier the landscape became along with more hills.
We made it to Kingman and 6 blocks were blocked off for entrants cars. It appears many register but they don't run but put it in the show as there were a lot of cars already there. We parked near the finish line and after visiting a saloon for a cold beer we pulled out our chairs and watched the cars finishing. We parked next to a 2014 corvette and a couple they knew stopped by ...