Desert Diamond Distillery home of Gold Miner Spirits
This is a Boondockers Welcome host in Kingman, AZ
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D3 is AZ's oldest craft distillery. When you boondock here, you are welcome to do a tasting of rums or whiskeys. Each one is five tastes, measured to be about the same as one beer in total alcohol - (the full flight!). This will include the shot glass to take with you. We are pet-friendly, and there is space to spread out, with a covered porch with seating, a gazebo, and areas for a bit of privacy if needed. One of our areas for RVs is paved, and another is rocked and level, with two double gates for even big rigs to navigate... Arrivals should be here at least an hour before closing, D3 closes at 5 PM normally, and 6 PM on Friday and Saturday. Lunch (Panini Sandwiches and Cheese/Meat Plates Sept-May; Cheese/Meat Plates June, July & August) in the historic train car is available from 11 am until 4 pm when the Rail Car Kitchen closes. We are closed most Tuesdays and Wednesdays (but call in case we are here when you want to come). We have maps to more attractions, eating establishes and hiking and biking as well as retail opportunities. We host people who want to do something fun and different. Check out our website, www.desertdiamonddistillery.com. We can ship to AZ and NV addresses. Our Agave Rum is available to purchase in multiple states through liquorama.net out of California. Suggested Local Attractions:Stetson Winery, Cella Winery, Alpaca Farm, Keepers of the Wild, Museums in downtown Kingman (4), Hailaipai Mountains for hiking, biking. Two breweries on Beale Street in downtown Kingman, along with mom and pop restaurants, and eclectic shops and retail opportunities. Hiking & Biking (downtown Kingman). Ft. Beale hiking loop.
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*We are closed Tuesday and Wednesday*. Don't be afraid to call 928 757 7611 to see if we are here. We may be working that weekend. We will not receive the message until Thursday if we are gone. (old-fashioned phone). Arrivals are preferred to be at least one to two hours before closing. Departures, before 12 am, are preferred, but as late as 2 pm is acceptable, just let us know. Keep pets on leash. (This is due to being in an industrial park with unexpected noises, wild animals like skunks and coyote). We want your pets to stay safe! *We lost another chicken May of 2022*. Please use a leash for your pet. We are family-friendly. All ages welcome, we expect you to keep a close eye on your children for the same reasons as keeping your pets on a leash. Children under the age of 18 may take the tour for free. Be advised we do not provide electricity or water because it is 3x more expensive at an industrial park. If there is an emergency, we ask that you be prepared to make a donation to that end. Please ask about bbqs due to possible fire restrictions. One last thing: GPS's have a hard time with this address - this has been going on for 11 years! Please, do not use your GPS except as a guide. Find the Kingman Airport. There is only one way in. Turn in and go straight through the four way stop, then over railroad tracks and take a right on Olympic. (Way or Street? - no one knows). We are the red building on the left.
Access Road Conditions: All paved. We are four miles from I-40 in Kingman, AZ. Tow Vehicle Parking Details: Let us know if you have a TOW! We have two or three spots set aside for you, and we will save those spots if needed...We have a large space of about one acre that is concrete with two double gates. We can usually accommodate anything.
Hosted By D3Spirits
Owner Details: John and Deborah Patt invite you to stay overnight at D3. (Desert Diamond Distillery). Boondockers are welcome to come by for a tour and tasting at our group rate of $10. Please arrive at least an hour before closing. Hours are posted online but we are closed most Tuesdays and Wednesdays and close at 5pm most days, Friday and Saturday we close at 6pm. Home Town: John and Deborah have lived in multiple states. Favorite Boondocking Locations: None yet Skills or Expertise to Share: In the course of conversation, we love to share!
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References for this location from other RVers
4 days ago
They are delightful! Parking is easy. The lower star is just to inform others that it is an industrial airport area parking space. Mountain views in the distance.
2 months ago
Had a great lunch and enjoyed the waitress with timely informative information regarding the business. This host is set up more for Harvest Host guest but welcomed us Boondockers Welcome guest.
2 months ago
We could not spend the night, generator problem and 100 degree weather. we did enjoy a tasting and bought some olive oil. Thank you,
2 months ago
I had such a great stay at Desert Diamond Distillery and can't wait to come back! When I first arrived the bartender named Devida welcomed me, gave me great instructions, and told me to feel free to get situated and come back in for a drink and a bite to eat. I asked if we (meaning me and my dog) could sit out on the patio. They told me they're a dog-friendly establishment and that we were BOTH welcome to come inside and enjoy the atmosphere and the AC! I had a delicious cocktail, a panini sandwich, and lovely conversations with the owners, other patrons, and Devida. Afterwords I got to go out to my rig on the nice level pavement and into my generator ran AC. Thank you for being so sweet and accommodating friends!
3 months ago
These folks are predominantly HH host but welcomed us BW guest. Had very tasty lunch in dining room and our stay was comfortable and peaceful. Thank you!