(620) 532-3111324 North Main St.PO Box 168Kingman, KS 67068

(620) 532-3111
324 North Main St., PO Box 168, Kingman, KS 67068

Parks & Culture

Broadway Park

600 N. Broadway Street
Playground equipment.

Champlin Park

600 East D Avenue
Picnic area.

Depot Park

100 S. Main Street
(Located by the Santa Fe Depot.) Diverse collection of statues by artist Glenn Stark. Picnic table.

Kingman Carnegie Library

455 North Main Street
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, or call (620) 532-3061.

Kingman Carnegie Library

Kingman County Historical Museum

400 N. Main Street
Located in the historic building that originally served as Kingman’s City Hall for nearly 80 years, the Kingman County Historical Society Museum is dedicated to preserving and exhibiting the historical objects and facts of Kingman County, Kansas. Hours: Friday 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. and Saturday 9:00 a.m. – noon. For more information, call (620) 532-5274.

Kingman Fairgrounds

Livestock Barns
110 West First Avenue
Stalls for 140 animals. For facility rental, call (620) 532-3925.

Outdoor Arena
110 West First Avenue
For facility rental, call (620) 532-3925.

858 East D Avenue (Hwy 54)
Electric hook-ups and septic dump station. For key to hookups ($12/night + $25 deposit), contact White’s Foodliner: (620) 532-3851.

National Guard Armory
111 S. Main
Houses the Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce. Meeting and event space available for rent: call (620) 532-1853.

Kingman Fairgrounds Outdoor Arena

Kingman Expo Center

Kingman Expo Center
110 West First Avenue
(620) 532-3925

3 meeting rooms with a fully furnished commercial kitchen. One of the meeting rooms doubles as a concession stand/show office.  The north and south meeting rooms are large enough for meetings and dining for groups up to 200 people. Restrooms with showers are also located in the Center for your convenience.  

The indoor area has seating for 1000.

Kingman Historic Theatre

237 North Main Street
The Kingman Theatre is one of the earliest Boller Brother designed theaters, completed in 1920 as a silent movie and vaudeville house. It is now operated by the non-profit Kingman Theatre organization, shows current films and is available for private events. Showtimes: 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 5:30 p.m. Sunday. For more information, visit kingmantheatre.org or call (620) 532-1253.

Main Street Park

900 N. Main Street
Open 6:00 a.m. to midnight. One three-on-three basketball court. Playground equipment.

Riverside Park

100 East First Avenue
Open from 6:00 a.m. to midnight. Swimming Pool, open June through August. Two playground areas. One baseball field and two softball fields. 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.

Riverside Park

Kingman Rec Commission operates all non-school activities on the playing fields in Riverside Park. For information, contact Director Brandon Davidson, (620) 532-2761.

Greg Thimesch
Gregg Thimesch

Park Maintenance

Kingman Parks System

324 North Main St.
P. O. Box 168
Kingman, KS 67068-0168
(620) 532-3111