RVers! We have a dry camp, your money goes towards a tour for two or a tasting for two. We have a very large parking lot, big enough for the largest RVs! Pet and kid friendly, we are family owned and operated! Located 4 miles from the I-40 and highway 66 (Andy Devine Blvd) interchange, we are not too far off the beaten path. This listing pays for a tasting to be shared by twoContinue reading...
RVers! We have a dry camp, your money goes towards a tour for two or a tasting for two. We have a very large parking lot, big enough for the largest RVs! Pet and kid friendly, we are family owned and operated! Located 4 miles from the I-40 and highway 66 (Andy Devine Blvd) interchange, we are not too far off the beaten path. This listing pays for a tasting to be shared by two people OR a tour, but if you want to use that $10 for something else, we will be glad to do that. We have a retail room with logo'd t-shirts, hats, olive oils, jams, jellies, all natural mixers, and more! Cocktails and cheeseplates are also available.
We are located in the Airport Industrial complex. A short 1/2 mile hike will take you to the Airport Cafe, which is by the old WWII communications tower. That tower is being refurbished and we hope it is open for tours soon. Check out our notebook of WWII photos and stories (inside the distillery). Our location for the distillery is in the same spot as the Club for the old WWII base. Another short hike of about 1/2 mile will take you over to the Import Corner, a family owned and operated business that is like Pier One, only five times better!
There is plenty of places to explore here at the Airport, we have many planes being stored here, and if you hang out at the Cafe, you will see we are busy with smaller planes landing and taking off on a regular basis.
Twenty minutes away is the Hualuapai mountains, and they have a wonderful Park up there with more camping opportunities. There is a Lodge that serves breakfast lunch and dinner. Hiking trails abound up on the mountain. Beautiful Vistas and outlooks. A 3 mile hiking loop circles the top.
Eight miles away is the downtown Kingman area. Main street and Beale street downtown are full of mom and pop restaurants and small businesses of various sorts that are perfect for browsing. If standard fare is your thing, the main exits of I-40 abound with the normal fast food fair, google is your friend here!
More hiking and biking opportunities can be found around Kingman and on the unpaved road to the old Beale fort, the first fort to be founded in this area.
***Please arrive before the distillery closes, usually at 5pm, but on 6pm on Friday and Saturday. We would love to welcome you and show you around, so try to get here early.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 2PM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 6 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
We are just off highway 66, and many people bike along that route.
We are just 20 minutes from the Hualapai mountains, and they have hiking trails of all levels. A lodge up on the mountain serv...Read more
There is a place to book riding lessons in Kingman. Please request the contact if needed.
We do not OHV but the area seems to have many dirt roads that could be a place to ride. There is a model airplane area about ...Read more
We have two pools in the area, Centennial Pool as well as KRMC pool.
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A distillery tour, craft distillery tasting, a comfortable patio and a train car in the process of restoration. What more could one need? I was in Kingman, Arizona (the “heart of the Mother Road,” Route 66) for the mountain biking at Coyote Pass, and a stop at Desert Diamond Distillery was icing on the cake. Owner Deborah took me on a tour of the distilling and cask rooms, then poured a tasting at the cosy bar. I hung out on the patio as the sun set before moving my campervan to a spot next to the newly delivered rail car to sleep for the night. Fun stop, and plenty to see in and around Kingman, too.