It is a shame that this park was abandoned at some time in the past. It’s in a lovely area and with a few improvements would be a great asset for Caddo.
The Caddo Herald
March 13, 1925
Editorial: Caddo has a nice tourist park which has been established by the Lions Club, aided by the ladies of the several clubs in town. People of the town who use the park should take enough pride in it to keep the park clean- that is, do not distribute trash in the park. When you make a litter, clean it then and there. The park is for public use, and the public is welcome to use it for appropriate purposes. Let us take pride in our park, and when visitors are there let us give them a glad welcome to the town so that they shall want to come again or stay long. Besides, it is no more than common courtesy to treat our visitors as we should wish to be treated were we at some other town. Be cordial.
June 19, 1925
Picnic at the Park on Monday Evening
Next Monday evening in place of their regular meeting, the Wesley Brotherhood will give a picnic at the Tourist Park for their families, to which all members of the Club and their families and all members of the Woman’s Missionary Society and their families are invited.
The entertainment committee consisting of Dr. Nettelton, G. A. Crossett, L. M. Wood, L. S. Hancock and C. H. Grayson, will furnish the ice cream cones and ice water. The various families will bring sandwiches which will be served just before dark. The folks can come as early as they like, but most of the men will come after the stores close.
One new member, Allen Potter, was received at the last meeting.
The Club plans several other interesting meetings during the summer, believe that summer time is just as good a time as any other to do the work laid out for them.