The City of Stars


BIKE East Texas

the world's richest acre


Category: Event Venues

The Rangerette Gymnasium was one of the first two buildings erected on the Kilgore College campus. The gym had a $250,000 renovation in 2001 and was then named after former director Deana Bolton-Covin.

Sip | Savor | Socialize

Italian Restaurant.

Built in 1931, the Texan Theater was the place to go for Westerns. Owned by the City of Kilgore, ongoing renovations aim to revitalize the historic venue.

Kilgore’s former United States Post Office, ca. 1938, a project of Kilgore Historical Preservation Foundation, spotlighting its history and renovation.

W.L. Dodson Auditorium is a premiere entertainment destination for East Texas located on the Kilgore College campus.  The auditorium seats 1,635 and annually hosts graduation ceremonies and Rangerette Revels.  Many other concerts and theatre productions are held in Dodson each year. The auditorium opened in 1952.

The Broadcast Museum spotlights the people and equipment of broadcasting’s Golden Age, featuring working television and radio studios, a vintage equipment restoration facility, and archives available for research.

Kilgore, Texas is the perfect setting for this top rated, highly regarded 9 hole golf course. Situated in the heart of East Texas amongst the Piney Woods it offers a picturesque yet challenging course for golfers of all ages and skill levels.

Legendary food. Legendary music. Legendary service. The Back Porch is a Kilgore legend. Owned by lifelong Kilgore residents, Jackie & Vicki Clayton.