For over 80 years, Stuckey’s has been a part of the roadside experience for generations of travelers. Our customers have visited our stores throughout the country and have had incredible and exciting experiences that have created fond memories remembered years later.

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Madolin Hall from Freehold. Nj wrote on January 8, 2021
Our family always went camping in the summers. The biggest adventure was traveling from New Jersey to California. Each of us had our own chores with setting up and breaking camp each day. Any time we saw a Stuckey's, we stopped for a break and food. One time we got the car stuck in some mud in the parking lot. Our family joke is that we got stuck at Stuckey’s.
Our family always went camping in the summers. The biggest adventure was traveling from New Jersey to California. Each of us had our own chores with setting up and breaking camp each day. Any time we saw a Stuckey's, we stopped for a break and food. One time we got the car stuck in some mud in the parking lot. Our family joke is that we got stuck at Stuckey’s.
Tom Bradford from Highlands Ranch wrote on December 24, 2020
Every summer we’d drive from Colorado to Kansas City to visit relatives. The best part of the 600 plus mile drive with my two brothers was looking for the Stuckey’s signs on I-70 and begging my parents to stop. I remember looking at all the candy and souvenirs. I loved Stuckey’s!
Every summer we’d drive from Colorado to Kansas City to visit relatives. The best part of the 600 plus mile drive with my two brothers was looking for the Stuckey’s signs on I-70 and begging my parents to stop. I remember looking at all the candy and souvenirs. I loved Stuckey’s!
Kevin Potter from Newberg wrote on December 17, 2020
Stuckey's was always an oasis while traveling as I grew up. I sure hope the present day Stuckey's expand into the west coast, including Oregon. Bring back the traveler's oasis!
Stuckey's was always an oasis while traveling as I grew up. I sure hope the present day Stuckey's expand into the west coast, including Oregon.

Bring back the traveler's oasis!
Randi M. from Kensington, MD wrote on December 16, 2020
My favorite thing about visiting my great aunt Lolly in Kilmarnock Virginia was the stop at Stuckey's along I-95. Oh how I loved to see that blue roof calling to me! Every time we stopped I would get another magic trick - I ended up with quite a collection - and I still remember the set of white and black "scotty dog" magnets my dad bought me there. Although I was never a pecan lover, I did love those great burgers and dogs. Stuckey's will forever be one of my very best memories from my childhood, and I'm so happy to see the great selection of nostalgic items available on the website.
My favorite thing about visiting my great aunt Lolly in Kilmarnock Virginia was the stop at Stuckey's along I-95. Oh how I loved to see that blue roof calling to me! Every time we stopped I would get another magic trick - I ended up with quite a collection - and I still remember the set of white and black "scotty dog" magnets my dad bought me there. Although I was never a pecan lover, I did love those great burgers and dogs. Stuckey's will forever be one of my very best memories from my childhood, and I'm so happy to see the great selection of nostalgic items available on the website.
Don Ree from Woodland, CA wrote on December 8, 2020
Hi, we remember stopping at Stuckys on I-80 from Sacramento, CA to our destination, Tennessee in 1975. We would stop at Stuckeys on this road trip. My husband always ordered King of the Road hamburger. It was a great stopping point to rest, relax and get some food. We have fond memories of the trip.
Hi, we remember stopping at Stuckys on I-80 from Sacramento, CA to our destination, Tennessee in 1975. We would stop at Stuckeys on this road trip. My husband always ordered King of the Road hamburger. It was a great stopping point to rest, relax and get some food. We have fond memories of the trip.
Dorothy Collins from Macon, Ga formerly Eastman wrote on December 7, 2020
Read Eastman had more Cadillacs per capita due to number of its citizens owning Stuckey Stations. We owned two.
Read Eastman had more Cadillacs per capita due to number of its citizens owning Stuckey Stations. We owned two.
Gloria Toombs from Albany New York wrote on December 7, 2020
Always stopped at Stuckey’s on trips down to see my grandmother in Arkansas that was 70 years ago and still remember stopping for a pecan roll. Glad to see that Stuckey’s are still around!
Always stopped at Stuckey’s on trips down to see my grandmother in Arkansas that was 70 years ago and still remember stopping for a pecan roll.

Glad to see that Stuckey’s are still around!
Sonya from Tupelo, MS wrote on December 6, 2020
Traveling as a child, my brother, sister , and I measured the miles on vacation as the distance between Stuckey’s stores. Divinity and pecan rolls were a favorite.
Traveling as a child, my brother, sister , and I measured the miles on vacation as the distance between Stuckey’s stores. Divinity and pecan rolls were a favorite.
Jessica Mullis from Atlanta wrote on December 4, 2020
I grew up in Eastman, GA in the 1980s so the heyday of Stuckey's had passed but I certainly knew about the company and the Stuckey's family. I remember my grandmother, who had moved to Florida, coming up to visit us one December probably in the late 1980s. They were having a pop-up style sale of candy at the original location that she wanted to go to. We bought tons of candy and I remember helping her put it all in gift bags to take to her old Eastman friends while she was in town. I honestly didn't realize the national significance and nostalgic impact the roadside restaurants had on people until I actually moved AWAY from Eastman and would tell people where I was from. "Oh yeah, Eastman is the home of Stuckey's isn't it?" Or if people don't know where Eastman is, I will often say "Do you remember Stuckey's stores? That's where the company started." And they then people will tell me a memory of stopping at Stuckey's on road trips. When I met my then-boyfriend's parents for the first time in 2006, my now father-in-law told that he worked on Stuckey's advertising campaigns in the 1970s and 80s. He had been to Eastman many times during those years and we bonded over that! He claims to have written the famous "Eat Here, Get Gas" slogan. (Not sure if he really did!) But I hope he likes the t-shirt I just bought him for Christmas that says that!
I grew up in Eastman, GA in the 1980s so the heyday of Stuckey's had passed but I certainly knew about the company and the Stuckey's family. I remember my grandmother, who had moved to Florida, coming up to visit us one December probably in the late 1980s. They were having a pop-up style sale of candy at the original location that she wanted to go to. We bought tons of candy and I remember helping her put it all in gift bags to take to her old Eastman friends while she was in town.
I honestly didn't realize the national significance and nostalgic impact the roadside restaurants had on people until I actually moved AWAY from Eastman and would tell people where I was from. "Oh yeah, Eastman is the home of Stuckey's isn't it?" Or if people don't know where Eastman is, I will often say "Do you remember Stuckey's stores? That's where the company started." And they then people will tell me a memory of stopping at Stuckey's on road trips.
When I met my then-boyfriend's parents for the first time in 2006, my now father-in-law told that he worked on Stuckey's advertising campaigns in the 1970s and 80s. He had been to Eastman many times during those years and we bonded over that! He claims to have written the famous "Eat Here, Get Gas" slogan. (Not sure if he really did!)
But I hope he likes the t-shirt I just bought him for Christmas that says that!
Doug from San francisco wrote on December 3, 2020
In the 1960's and 70's my family and i would drive back from lake tahoe on hwy 80 near Sacramento. There was a stuckeys there, it was the highlight of a long boring ride. Loved the candy and toys. The building is still there, always think they should put a stuckeys back in there
In the 1960's and 70's my family and i would drive back from lake tahoe on hwy 80 near Sacramento. There was a stuckeys there, it was the highlight of a long boring ride. Loved the candy and toys. The building is still there, always think they should put a stuckeys back in there
Janet from Chehalis wrote on November 23, 2020
When I was a kid we would drive from Washington state to Kentucky. We would stop at every stuckeys along the way. I would watch for the big billboards that said how many miles and then watch for the blue roof. Once there I always got a state or town pennant flag or a grab bag! They were such a surprise to open. Great memories! Oh and of course the candy❤️
When I was a kid we would drive from Washington state to Kentucky. We would stop at every stuckeys along the way. I would watch for the big billboards that said how many miles and then watch for the blue roof. Once there I always got a state or town pennant flag or a grab bag! They were such a surprise to open. Great memories! Oh and of course the candy❤️
Brian Harris from Green Cove Springs wrote on November 16, 2020
It has been a very good experience doing business with the Stuckey's in Marietta Oklahoma. Sarah and Sadia are truly wonderful ladies and have been very helpful ever since my trailer was abandoned in the parking lot. I'm a truck driver and I will be coming back as often as possible.
It has been a very good experience doing business with the Stuckey's in Marietta Oklahoma. Sarah and Sadia are truly wonderful ladies and have been very helpful ever since my trailer was abandoned in the parking lot. I'm a truck driver and I will be coming back as often as possible.
Michael Reagan from Salt Lake City wrote on November 7, 2020
I remember when we moved from Florida to Utah in 1976. We stopped at Stuckeys the whole way there!
I remember when we moved from Florida to Utah in 1976. We stopped at Stuckeys the whole way there!
MICHAEL FOSTER from Joliet wrote on November 3, 2020
I am thrilled that yet another generation is running the company. I worked for Stuckey's in the 1980's. I knew many of those locations and what a fine group of dedicated people operated them.
I am thrilled that yet another generation is running the company. I worked for Stuckey's in the 1980's. I knew many of those locations and what a fine group of dedicated people operated them.
Steven Eichberg from Plymouth wrote on October 28, 2020
Back in the early seventies I use to play professional golf traveling by car across the country. Long drives were always greeted with usually a Texaco and Stuckeys where I filled up on gas, the best fried chicken and always a date milk shake. Made those long drives so much easier and the props were always friendly. Thanks for the memories!
Back in the early seventies I use to play professional golf traveling by car across the country. Long drives were always greeted with usually a Texaco and Stuckeys where I filled up on gas, the best fried chicken and always a date milk shake. Made those long drives so much easier and the props were always friendly. Thanks for the memories!
Cindy Chrisman from Murray Ky wrote on October 23, 2020
I’m writing to brag about the Stuckey’s in Johnson City Illinois. It has to be the cleanest place to stop that I have ever been in. And under the circumstances our country is in, I feel they need some type of an award! Thank you to those who work it and run it and keep it spit spot for those of us who are at high risk for the Covid virus. You are greatly appreciated!
I’m writing to brag about the Stuckey’s in Johnson City Illinois. It has to be the cleanest place to stop that I have ever been in. And under the circumstances our country is in, I feel they need some type of an award! Thank you to those who work it and run it and keep it spit spot for those of us who are at high risk for the Covid virus. You are greatly appreciated!
Tim Cullen from Columbia, MD wrote on October 17, 2020
My entire childhood was filled with memories of Stuckey’s! Having been raised in Florida there was no way we could travel without stopping at one, even if it was a day trip to the beach. I love that place...especially the pecan logs!!
My entire childhood was filled with memories of Stuckey’s! Having been raised in Florida there was no way we could travel without stopping at one, even if it was a day trip to the beach. I love that place...especially the pecan logs!!
Lorrie Keeley from Madison,VA wrote on October 7, 2020
I have wonderful memories of my husband and I stopping at Stuckeys every time we headed to Georgia or Florida. Not only were we able to get great food but we found candy and snacks that we hadn’t seen since childhood.
I have wonderful memories of my husband and I stopping at Stuckeys every time we headed to Georgia or Florida. Not only were we able to get great food but we found candy and snacks that we hadn’t seen since childhood.
Charles Indelicato from Saylorsburg wrote on October 3, 2020
In the 1970s my grandmother took annual bus trips from NYC to Florida, and each summer she brought me Stuckey’s pecan logs, board games, and other branded knickknacks. I've recalled seeing a Stuckey’s west of Allentown, PA, but I haven't had the privilege of visiting one. I'm glad to see your company is on a growth trend and look forward to visiting one soon. C:
In the 1970s my grandmother took annual bus trips from NYC to Florida, and each summer she brought me Stuckey’s pecan logs, board games, and other branded knickknacks.

I've recalled seeing a Stuckey’s west of Allentown, PA, but I haven't had the privilege of visiting one. I'm glad to see your company is on a growth trend and look forward to visiting one soon.

C:
Theresa Coor from Auburn wrote on September 27, 2020
Loved stopping at Stuckeys when traveling to and from Atlanta GA and Birmingham AL
Loved stopping at Stuckeys when traveling to and from Atlanta GA and Birmingham AL
Greg Harcrow from Gadsden wrote on September 23, 2020
As a kid in the 60's we would drive from Alabama to Florida. On our way through Georgia we would always stop for the good Stuckey Pecan log and GooGoo Clusters. I started eating the Coconut haystacks as a kid and love them to this day. I wish you all the best in bringing back the glory days of Stuckey's.
As a kid in the 60's we would drive from Alabama to Florida. On our way through Georgia we would always stop for the good Stuckey Pecan log and GooGoo Clusters. I started eating the Coconut haystacks as a kid and love them to this day.
I wish you all the best in bringing back the glory days of Stuckey's.
John Odomlo from Randolph wrote on September 19, 2020
Starting in 1951 the family drove to Georgia every Summer in a 1950 Studebaker Champion. We always stopped at the first Stuckey's we saw. My Mother always got the pecan divinity. The Stuckey's always had all kinds of items us kids could get for souvenirs. We allowed forward to our stops at the Stuckeys we passed on the trip down!! Fond memories!!
Starting in 1951 the family drove to Georgia every Summer in a 1950 Studebaker Champion. We always stopped at the first Stuckey's we saw. My Mother always got the pecan divinity. The Stuckey's always had all kinds of items us kids could get for souvenirs. We allowed forward to our stops at the Stuckeys we passed on the trip down!! Fond memories!!
Terrie McDaniel from Douglasville wrote on September 15, 2020
I found my love of Stuckey’s when The Candyman David Klein brought the kid back in all of us candy lovers with a dream of the Golden ticket 🎫 So Here we all are finding our favorite childhood candies 🍭 🍬🍊
I found my love of Stuckey’s when The Candyman David Klein brought the kid back in all of us candy lovers with a dream of the Golden ticket 🎫 So Here we all are finding our favorite childhood candies 🍭 🍬🍊
Eva H. from Sneads Ferry wrote on August 13, 2020
Stuckey's will always have a spot in my heart. All the road long trips we took as a kid, it was my job to spot those beautiful blue roof’s for a gas, bathroom, and snack break. I still love your pecan logs. It was always a treat! I searched every time for something with my name on it. I could never find anything with Eva on it. But I anxiously waited for the next pit stop to look again at another store. I spot old abandoned Stuckey's along the interstate time to time. I will stop if I see any. Thank you for the memories!
Stuckey's will always have a spot in my heart. All the road long trips we took as a kid, it was my job to spot those beautiful blue roof’s for a gas, bathroom, and snack break. I still love your pecan logs. It was always a treat! I searched every time for something with my name on it. I could never find anything with Eva on it. But I anxiously waited for the next pit stop to look again at another store. I spot old abandoned Stuckey's along the interstate time to time. I will stop if I see any. Thank you for the memories!
James T from Parlin NJ wrote on August 13, 2020
As a child driving to Fla every summer Stuckey's was always a stop, Jelled candies, Pecan log rolls and Butterscotch disks were my go to's
As a child driving to Fla every summer Stuckey's was always a stop, Jelled candies, Pecan log rolls and Butterscotch disks were my go to's