This paper presents the results of field experience from an experimental pavement construction on a low volume road using recycled concrete. The recycled concrete was prepared by replacing a half of coarse aggregate with recycled aggregate. Virgin natural sand was used as fine aggregate together a plasticizer and a fly ash (0.8% and 5% by wt. of cement, respectively). The load bearing capacity of the subbase made of recycled aggregate was acceptable. The length, thickness and width of the pavement were l00m, 20cm and 3m, respectively. From construction experience, it was found that workability and finishability of the recycled concrete mixture were relatively poor, but strengths were satisfactory. Flexural strength, compressive strength and elastic modulus at 28 days were 54Kg/$cm^2$, over 250Kg/$cm^2$, and 220,OOOKg/$cm^2$, respectively. The construction could be performed by hand without much difficulty. The surface was finished smoothly by wet fabric and only minor cracks were found on the surface.