Route 66 News

Kingman as a jumping-off point

An article in the Las Vegas Review-Journal about the Route 66 town of Kingman, Ariz., contains a lot of interesting material about tourism attractions in the town and in the surrounding area.

Not only does the article mention usual attractions such as Route 66 and the Route 66 Museum in the city’s Powerhouse Museum Center, but also the Mohave Museum of History and Arts, Little Red School, Bonelli House, Cerbat Foothills Recreation Area, Hualapai Mountain State Park, Grand Canyon Skywalk and the old Route 66 mining town of Oatman, famous for its wild burros.

One intriguing nugget is that the writer reports that the long-closed and historic Hotel Beale is being “renovated.” No other details were given.

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