Ribbon Cutting for White Cliffs Wagon Wheels Trail Phase 1
-June 7 10AM-
KINGMAN, Ariz. – The ribbon cutting for the White Cliffs Wagon Wheels (WCWW) Phase 1 Trail Project will be June 7, 2021, at 10:00 a.m. Parks and Recreation Director Mike Meersman will also hike the new trails after the ribbon is cut, to show any attendees the final product.
Kingman Mayor Jen Miles said, “The city has great parks and trails that attract people from not only our city, but regionally as well. This is another wonderful addition that improves livability within our city and enhances tourism. We’re excited for the next phase of this project to begin.”
Kingman City Manager Ron Foggin said, “This is a vision that has been long awaited by our Parks and Recreation Director Mike Meersman. His passion and dedication will lead to an even bigger expansion of this trail with more funding provided by our State Parks Department.”
Phase 1 construction on the project began December 20, 2021, and finished recently. A $30,000 grant awarded to the City of Kingman Parks and Recreation division helped fund the project that was designed by the Colorado River Area Trail Alliance, and construction help provided by the American Conservation Experience. Sign holders, handicap parking, and more were provided by City of Kingman Parks and Recreation Team members.