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.

Our guestbook is your opportunity to share those experiences with others!  Please feel free to post your comments in our guestbook for others to see and share! We very much appreciate your patronage!

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Ann Southerland Peacock from Eastman wrote on April 19, 2021
I was among the very fortunate to be raised in Eastman, Dodge Co, Ga, HOME OF STUCKEY’s and my very best friend’s mom was Mr Stuckey’s personal secretary for over 30 years. We spent many days in the Stuckey’s candy plant enjoying the “samples” of all the delicious candies made. It was a fairy tale childhood and made complete because of Stuckey’s and the Stuckey family tradition. Please support Stephanie and her Stuckey family as they bring back the good old days of Stuckey’s.
I was among the very fortunate to be raised in Eastman, Dodge Co, Ga, HOME OF STUCKEY’s and my very best friend’s mom was Mr Stuckey’s personal secretary for over 30 years. We spent many days in the Stuckey’s candy plant enjoying the “samples” of all the delicious candies made. It was a fairy tale childhood and made complete because of Stuckey’s and the Stuckey family tradition. Please support Stephanie and her Stuckey family as they bring back the good old days of Stuckey’s.
Kathie J Nelson from La Crosse WI wrote on April 15, 2021
As a HS student in 1968-1970, I worked in a Stuckeys store at the snack bar! It was located in the small town of New Lisbon, WI along the interstate highway system 90/94. What wonderful memories! My boyfriend (who became my husband) worked there also. We are retired now & hope to do some traveling now that COVID restrictions are easing up. Glad to hear that Stuckeys has grown again & hope to find one soon! We did not get fine china when we married....bought my Frankoma pottery dishes from our Stuckeys store so always have sweet memories!
As a HS student in 1968-1970, I worked in a Stuckeys store at the snack bar! It was located in the small town of New Lisbon, WI along the interstate highway system 90/94. What wonderful memories! My boyfriend (who became my husband) worked there also. We are retired now & hope to do some traveling now that COVID restrictions are easing up. Glad to hear that Stuckeys has grown again & hope to find one soon! We did not get fine china when we married....bought my Frankoma pottery dishes from our Stuckeys store so always have sweet memories!
Jennifer Dressel Lower from Lawrenceville, GA wrote on April 8, 2021
As a child in the 70s, my immediate family did a fair amount of trips between Billings, MT, where we lived at the time, and Spokane, WA, where my folks grew up and where many in my extended family still live. Early memories included stops at either or both of the 2 Stuckey's stores that were on that leg of I-90. Stuckey's, for kids, always was a treat! Candy and/or toys from Stuckey's could be a good diversion for us kids who were missing our cousins and grandparents on our departure for home. Recently, my husband and I had to drive back to Georgia from Spokane, and I tried to identify any remnants of either of the old Stuckey's buildings (I couldn't remember their exact locations), but alas, was not successful. I am glad to see the loving care being taken to bring Stuckey's back to the roadsides.
As a child in the 70s, my immediate family did a fair amount of trips between Billings, MT, where we lived at the time, and Spokane, WA, where my folks grew up and where many in my extended family still live. Early memories included stops at either or both of the 2 Stuckey's stores that were on that leg of I-90. Stuckey's, for kids, always was a treat! Candy and/or toys from Stuckey's could be a good diversion for us kids who were missing our cousins and grandparents on our departure for home. Recently, my husband and I had to drive back to Georgia from Spokane, and I tried to identify any remnants of either of the old Stuckey's buildings (I couldn't remember their exact locations), but alas, was not successful. I am glad to see the loving care being taken to bring Stuckey's back to the roadsides.
Steve Hatcher from Calhoun, GA wrote on April 3, 2021
We got married in Macon on a Saturday in September, 1966. Our original plan was to honeymoon at Jekyll Island, but our car broke down in Cochran. After a lot of worry, my father came to Cochran, loaned us his car, and towed the broken one home. It was much too late to get to Jekyll, but we did make it to Eastman, where we spent our wedding night at the Stuckey's Carriage Inn. We got the Bridal Suite, and the people at Stuckey's couldn't have been any nicer. We are still married 54 years later and still remember Stuckey's fondly.
We got married in Macon on a Saturday in September, 1966. Our original plan was to honeymoon at Jekyll Island, but our car broke down in Cochran. After a lot of worry, my father came to Cochran, loaned us his car, and towed the broken one home.

It was much too late to get to Jekyll, but we did make it to Eastman, where we spent our wedding night at the Stuckey's Carriage Inn. We got the Bridal Suite, and the people at Stuckey's couldn't have been any nicer.

We are still married 54 years later and still remember Stuckey's fondly.
Doug Kornegay Jr from Hutchinson ks wrote on March 21, 2021
I am 46 years old my father was a truck driver and we use to stop at stuckey's when I would ride with him during the summer my biggest thing was the pecan log roll.. brings back a lot of childhood memories..
I am 46 years old my father was a truck driver and we use to stop at stuckey's when I would ride with him during the summer my biggest thing was the pecan log roll.. brings back a lot of childhood memories..
April Box from Houston wrote on March 21, 2021
A few families on my mothers' side moved down from E. Texas to Orange, TX during WW2 to help/work for the war effort. Mother and her cousin Roxie married 2 sailors who came in on ships. Roxie stayed in Orange after the war and mother and daddy moved to Houston. We would go to Orange when I was a child to visit. The highlight of the trips for me was getting to stop at Stuckeys and get candy. When they came to Houston, they would bring candy to us. Stuckeys will always be a part of my childhood memories.
A few families on my mothers' side moved down from E. Texas to Orange, TX during WW2 to help/work for the war effort. Mother and her cousin Roxie married 2 sailors who came in on ships. Roxie stayed in Orange after the war and mother and daddy moved to Houston. We would go to Orange when I was a child to visit. The highlight of the trips for me was getting to stop at Stuckeys and get candy. When they came to Houston, they would bring candy to us. Stuckeys will always be a part of my childhood memories.
Jeff from Tampa wrote on March 20, 2021
I was first introduced to Stuckey’s in the late 60’s and/or early 70’s. I remember my dad and I would travel South on I-75 from Chicago, IL to Orlando, Florida on our way to WDW at Christmas time during the break from school and I remember all the Blue roofs. We would stop and get a bite to eat and Candy of course. I Still Love Stuckey’s today and since there aren’t any near me I order Pecan Log Rolls online. I’m glad Stuckey’s is making a come back!
I was first introduced to Stuckey’s in the late 60’s and/or early 70’s. I remember my dad and I would travel South on I-75 from Chicago, IL to Orlando, Florida on our way to WDW at Christmas time during the break from school and I remember all the Blue roofs. We would stop and get a bite to eat and Candy of course. I Still Love Stuckey’s today and since there aren’t any near me I order Pecan Log Rolls online. I’m glad Stuckey’s is making a come back!
Linda L wrote on March 13, 2021
My parents, brother, and I loved to stop at Stuckey's when we would travel from Calif. to Albuquerque, NM via Route 66 which is now I-40 on our yearly trip. My brother and I would get so excited. As we grew older we knew the locations of the Stuckey's, and my dad would have to stop. We loved the pecan rolls, and any other pecan caramel candy. My daughter was born in 1975. On our trips I would always stop at Stuckey's. She just sent me a video about Stuckey's today. It made my day! It brought back so many memories. So happy they were still around when my daughter was little so that she could experience the happiness that Stuckey's brought to everyone that stopped!! Wished there were more Stuckey's.
My parents, brother, and I loved to stop at Stuckey's when we would travel from Calif. to Albuquerque, NM via Route 66 which is now I-40 on our yearly trip. My brother and I would get so excited. As we grew older we knew the locations of the Stuckey's, and my dad would have to stop. We loved the pecan rolls, and any other pecan caramel candy. My daughter was born in 1975. On our trips I would always stop at Stuckey's. She just sent me a video about Stuckey's today. It made my day! It brought back so many memories. So happy they were still around when my daughter was little so that she could experience the happiness that Stuckey's brought to everyone that stopped!! Wished there were more Stuckey's.
Kevin Potter from Newberg wrote on March 4, 2021
I remember the first stop at a Stuckey's along the east coast. The Mynah bird greeted me. I wasn't older than 10 years old & the Mynah bird was total entertainment fo me. Of course, the rest of the store was quite the stop for this young kid. Mom & dad picked up some lunch, snacks & fueled the car and we were on our way. I'm sure the Mynah bird never forgot me!
I remember the first stop at a Stuckey's along the east coast. The Mynah bird greeted me. I wasn't older than 10 years old & the Mynah bird was total entertainment fo me. Of course, the rest of the store was quite the stop for this young kid.

Mom & dad picked up some lunch, snacks & fueled the car and we were on our way.

I'm sure the Mynah bird never forgot me!
Kay and Chris Roland from Ellijay Ga (from Eastman) wrote on March 4, 2021
I remember going in Stuckeys as a teenager and they had a talking bird......Years later The Thielmans gave out log rolls at Halloween..Cars would be lined up as far as you could see..We always bought our Grandaddy the Coconut patties and a giant peppermint stick for Christmas
I remember going in Stuckeys as a teenager and they had a talking bird......Years later The Thielmans gave out log rolls at Halloween..Cars would be lined up as far as you could see..We always bought our Grandaddy the Coconut patties and a giant peppermint stick for Christmas
Michael Bell from Fallbrook wrote on February 27, 2021
I just remember our drives back and forth between Arizona California back in the 70’s and 80’s and those blue roof buildings along the I10. It brings back suck great memories, a time of America and just good place. My sister and I would beg our parents for candy. To me Stuckey’s is America like apple pie.
I just remember our drives back and forth between Arizona California back in the 70’s and 80’s and those blue roof buildings along the I10. It brings back suck great memories, a time of America and just good place. My sister and I would beg our parents for candy. To me Stuckey’s is America like apple pie.
Tommie Davis from Williamston SC wrote on February 17, 2021
While traveling to Miami Florida on our honeymoon in June 1978. my husband and I stopped at a Stuckey's and had a King of The Road burger. It was great!!
While traveling to Miami Florida on our honeymoon in June 1978. my husband and I stopped at a Stuckey's and had a King of The Road burger. It was great!!
Sandy Jones from Warner Robins, GA wrote on February 14, 2021
My husband and I worked for Stuckeys in 1969 & 1970. We trained in Tyler, Texas and would go to the different stores and relieve the managers so they could go on vacation. Or if they needed an interim manager until one was hired, which we trained as well. It was fun, we traveled a lot - Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas- and learned a lot about running a business. Best of all we met so many nice people (customers) and made some good friends as well. I sure wouldn't trade the time or experience for anything. Stuckeys will always be a part of my life!
My husband and I worked for Stuckeys in 1969 & 1970. We trained in Tyler, Texas and would go to the different stores and relieve the managers so they could go on vacation. Or if they needed an interim manager until one was hired, which we trained as well. It was fun, we traveled a lot - Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas- and learned a lot about running a business. Best of all we met so many nice people (customers) and made some good friends as well. I sure wouldn't trade the time or experience for anything. Stuckeys will always be a part of my life!
Charles M from Wrens, Ga wrote on February 8, 2021
We were lucky we had a Stuckey's in our town, Wrens, Ga on Hwy #1 about 30 miles south of Augusta, Ga. Almost every Sunday afternoon we would go to Stuckey and I would get a chocolate milk shake, watch the dunking bird drink water from the cup, watch the “Wheel O” display and take home a pecan “pee-can” log roll. Great memories.
We were lucky we had a Stuckey's in our town, Wrens, Ga on Hwy #1 about 30 miles south of Augusta, Ga. Almost every Sunday afternoon we would go to Stuckey and I would get a chocolate milk shake, watch the dunking bird drink water from the cup, watch the “Wheel O” display and take home a pecan “pee-can” log roll. Great memories.
Kevin McCray from Little Rock, AR wrote on February 6, 2021
I remember as a child , on our return trips from Texas, our family would always stop at Stuckey’s near Benton,AR to eat, rest, get candy, gas, etc. I always looked forward to it. Fun times and good memories. This was in the late 1960s and early 70s.
I remember as a child , on our return trips from Texas, our family would always stop at Stuckey’s near Benton,AR to eat, rest, get candy, gas, etc. I always looked forward to it. Fun times and good memories. This was in the late 1960s and early 70s.
Charles Holm (Jones) from Albuquerque wrote on January 29, 2021
In 1972, I worked the summer at the Stuckey's in Sun Valley, AZ along Route 66 / I-40. I worked for great co-managers and served great customers. Lot's of fun memories and got hooked on Pecan Logrolls - LOL. Just received my latest order of Logrolls.
In 1972, I worked the summer at the Stuckey's in Sun Valley, AZ along Route 66 / I-40. I worked for great co-managers and served great customers. Lot's of fun memories and got hooked on Pecan Logrolls - LOL. Just received my latest order of Logrolls.
Tom Zeeh from Dekalb, IL wrote on January 19, 2021
I was riding down memory lane the other day and thought of Stuckey's on Route 66 near Litchfield, IL. My father was transferred from Chicago area to St. Louis, and we regularly traveled north in the 60s to visit our ancestral home in West Dundee, IL and relatives. First stop on the way was Stuckey's - ostensibly to let the beagle Butch fertilize and water the Stuckey's grass. But then came the eats: a burger (doggie got one, too) and a Coke and, of course, a pecan log. Sad: Stuckey's went the way of many businesses when I-55 made 66 obsolete in early 70s, I think. But I remember stopping in my VW with co-pilot basset hound Jake who carried on the beagle's legacy. I was so pleasantly surprised to find out Stuckey's is still in business. I emailed customer service and got a reply from Stephanie Stuckey herself. Googled name: what an interesting bio. Who knew?- as they say I will be placing an order soon for some Stuckey's eats. As Bob Hope sang, "Thanks for the Memories".
I was riding down memory lane the other day and thought of Stuckey's on Route 66 near Litchfield, IL.

My father was transferred from Chicago area to St. Louis, and we regularly traveled north in the 60s to visit our ancestral home in West Dundee, IL and relatives.

First stop on the way was Stuckey's - ostensibly to let the beagle Butch fertilize and water the Stuckey's grass. But then came the eats: a burger (doggie got one, too) and a Coke and, of course, a pecan log.

Sad: Stuckey's went the way of many businesses when I-55 made 66 obsolete in early 70s, I think. But I remember stopping in my VW with co-pilot basset hound Jake who carried on the beagle's legacy.

I was so pleasantly surprised to find out Stuckey's is still in business. I emailed customer service and got a reply from Stephanie Stuckey herself. Googled name: what an interesting bio. Who knew?- as they say

I will be placing an order soon for some Stuckey's eats.

As Bob Hope sang, "Thanks for the Memories".
Geoff Hurdle from Lebanon, TN wrote on January 18, 2021
What good Stuckey’s story doesn’t include a pecan log roll? Road trips with my dad in the ‘’70’s from Atlanta to Greenville, SC and other southern points gave me ample times to grab some of that sweet goodness along with a glass bottle Coke. Nothing better. Absolutely nothing.
What good Stuckey’s story doesn’t include a pecan log roll? Road trips with my dad in the ‘’70’s from Atlanta to Greenville, SC and other southern points gave me ample times to grab some of that sweet goodness along with a glass bottle Coke. Nothing better. Absolutely nothing.
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!