The hamlet of Kingman is located about 20 km north of Camrose and is proud of its intriguing history. Kingman is known as the Lutefisk capital of Alberta. Kingman celebrates its Scandinavian Christmas traditions every year at its annual December lutefisk supper.
Kingman is a short drive to the popular Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, which has an excellent beach, hiking trails, campgrounds and picnic sites. It is also near the Miquelon Hills Golf Course.
This hamlet is home to a private Christian School and the 'Kingman Rink of Dreams'. This project was a massive undertaking for this small community, but they knocked it out of the park. The rink and community building are a hub of activity for all seasons. The community is also famous for its Lutefisk Suppers and the 'Tea House' in the Kingman Regional School Museum, which is open several hours per week.
Kingman is a wonderful little community that is home to many residents that take the short commute to work in Camrose and still enjoy the wonderful rural living.

Places to Visit


Kingman Regional School Museum

Visit Kingman Regional School Museum and enjoy a cup of coffee at the "The House" located in the 1938 Farmington country school.


Kingman Rink of Dreams

Built in 2018, this skating rink attracts many visitors from all around the area. During the winter months, every Friday, they host skating parties. The facility is also available for rent. 


Miquelon Lake Provincial Park

Kingman is close to Miquelon Lake Provincial Park, which offers camping, hiking, bird watching, golfing, and sky watching at the Hesje Observatory.


Camrose County Digital Visitor Map

Check out this digital map to find directions and explore other interesting places to visit nearby.

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