Date of Stay: April, 2010
This is a city campground. There is no web site I could find. The phone number is Kilgore City Hall. You can call for reservations or to pay for the site, but there is someone who comes around in the morning to collect. There is not a particular time as the person collecting money has other jobs to do. You can pay for multiple nights and there is a 7 night limit unless you get permission for longer. I stayed 3 nights and there were no more than 3 rigs during that time. No one seems to know this place is here. There is electric 20/30/50 AMP at each site along with water, a picnic table and grill. There is one dump station, also with water, none at the sites. The RV park is located on the south end of Driller Park, past the two ball stadiums. There is also a small playground and two tennis courts. The nets were not too good, but the surface was fine. All the sites are back in and only have concrete pads a little over 30 feet long. You can overhang the pads as long as your entry door is not too far back. This park did not seem to be designed by someone familiar with RVs. Downtown Kilgore and a couple museums are approximately 2 miles from the park.
Date of Stay: January, 2010
I stayed in this campground for five days in January 2010. The campground came under new ownership in 2007 or 2008 and the link to the campground page has not been updated, indicating the new owners have not accessed it. The campground was very full during my stay. At least one night I didn't see any vacancies. Many people appear to be living here, but the place is kept very clean and it was still quiet. A nice place to stay.