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Metcalf Park

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Metcalf Park

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Rick B wrote a review Sep 2020
22 contributions1 helpful vote
This is one of my most favorite stops here in Kingman. I love taking people here who are from out of town. Family friendly, and a true Kingman landmark
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Date of experience: February 2020
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candg2017 wrote a review Jul 2020
Florence, Arizona144 contributions52 helpful votes
It’s always nice to find cute cozy parks that have a lot of shade and picnic tables. This park was well designed with nice green interesting trees. It’s great when people like Charles Metcalf leave places like these to enjoy. He must have been a very caring person.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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Sean C wrote a review May 2020
28 contributions17 helpful votes
Pros: Great place for families. Great photo ops Great shade and a lot of neat sites around the park. Nice benches and place to relax Cons: A LOT of homeless people and getting starred down by them. If you have small kids watch them The train is faded and really rusty the city of Kingman is not taking care of its history. The city doesn’t have any pride on taking care of there history.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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CQtopgun wrote a review Mar 2020
Jackson, Wisconsin487 contributions712 helpful votes
We stopped to look at the train ... Bigger than it looks . Climb around on it .... enjoy . Pretend you're an engineer or traveling across Arizona in the olden days
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Karen F wrote a review Jan 2020
Irvine, California, USA5 contributions
Our visit was short, about an hour, and we did not go inside the train. It is in a nice park, which has some trees for shade. However, as others have mentioned, there are homeless people in the park. We spoke with one guy who said he was Howard Hughes nephew, lol! Harmless, though. Children should be supervised. Nice for a quick visit.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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