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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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
Bryan Smith from Decatur, Illinois wrote on August 11, 2020
I have such nice memories of traveling with my family as a kid in the south and stopping at Stuckey's. The souveniers were always neat and I especially remember the "State Plates" made out of black tin material. My Grandma collected them and I think eventually had about 35 states. Always nice to stop for a treat too. I still stop today when I see a Stuckey's.
I have such nice memories of traveling with my family as a kid in the south and stopping at Stuckey's. The souveniers were always neat and I especially remember the "State Plates" made out of black tin material. My Grandma collected them and I think eventually had about 35 states. Always nice to stop for a treat too. I still stop today when I see a Stuckey's.
Larry R Clark from Hastings, Michigan wrote on August 5, 2020
Back in the late 1980's & early 1990's lived in South Alabama. Took I-10 number of times in Florida. Always stop at a Stuckey's Store. I-10 in Florida seems like a long boring interstate, took a lot breaks. Living back in Michigan, miss being in Florida and visiting a Stuckey's.
Back in the late 1980's & early 1990's lived in South Alabama. Took I-10 number of times in Florida. Always stop at a Stuckey's Store. I-10 in Florida seems like a long boring interstate, took a lot breaks. Living back in Michigan, miss being in Florida and visiting a Stuckey's.
A.R. from Los Angeles wrote on August 1, 2020
Loved the .99 cent breakfasts and pecan rolls when traveling across the country in a station wagon with no AC
Loved the .99 cent breakfasts and pecan rolls when traveling across the country in a station wagon with no AC
Audrey Hawkins from Dearing wrote on July 30, 2020
I always remember when traveling with my parents as a child, when we stopped at a Stuckey's I knew I would get to share a pecan log with our family! Always a welcome site!!
I always remember when traveling with my parents as a child, when we stopped at a Stuckey's I knew I would get to share a pecan log with our family! Always a welcome site!!
Ross Billingsley from buford wrote on July 30, 2020
My dad took me on some business trips with him in the 60's. I met Mr Stuckey in Eastman because my dad worked for Phillips Petroleum(66) and partnered with Stuckey's to sell fuel at some of their locations. Very nice man, betcha I got some free samples as well as a plant tour.
My dad took me on some business trips with him in the 60's. I met Mr Stuckey in Eastman because my dad worked for Phillips Petroleum(66) and partnered with Stuckey's to sell fuel at some of their locations. Very nice man, betcha I got some free samples as well as a plant tour.
Nanci Posey from Fort Myers Florida wrote on July 13, 2020
My husband Bill Posey was a fraternity brother of Bill Stuckey at University of Georgia in the 50’s. Bill would bring boxes of candy to the fraternity house for all to enjoy!
My husband Bill Posey was a fraternity brother of Bill Stuckey at University of Georgia in the 50’s. Bill would bring boxes of candy to the fraternity house for all to enjoy!
Sally Trammer-Ballard from Indianapolis wrote on July 5, 2020
In the late 60's and early 70's we traveled back and forth between Indianapolis and Birmingham every summer to visit my grandparents in Alabama. Along the way Stuckey's was a regular stop for the peacan logs that my Mother loved. I've tried others but nothing comes close, still a fan.
In the late 60's and early 70's we traveled back and forth between Indianapolis and Birmingham every summer to visit my grandparents in Alabama. Along the way Stuckey's was a regular stop for the peacan logs that my Mother loved. I've tried others but nothing comes close, still a fan.
Magnolia Kobler from Huntsville, AL wrote on July 2, 2020
I first learned about Stuckey's from a game (Sam & Max: Hit the Road) that featured a parody version of this gas station, by the name of Snuckey's. That game was what gave me my sense of dark humor. It even had the pecan candies that Stuckey's is famous for, too! So you can imagine my delight when I visited my first Stuckey's all these years later (about...oh...probably 3 years ago, and it's been approximately...14-15 years since I played the game?). I will forever cherish the fact I love Stuckey's all because of a silly game.
I first learned about Stuckey's from a game (Sam & Max: Hit the Road) that featured a parody version of this gas station, by the name of Snuckey's. That game was what gave me my sense of dark humor. It even had the pecan candies that Stuckey's is famous for, too! So you can imagine my delight when I visited my first Stuckey's all these years later (about...oh...probably 3 years ago, and it's been approximately...14-15 years since I played the game?). I will forever cherish the fact I love Stuckey's all because of a silly game.
Howard Gregory from Beaver Meadows wrote on June 26, 2020
Dear Madam Stuckey, My earliest recollection of the Stuckey’s was a restaurant & Gas station in Drums, Pennsylvania. It was my 1st job, when I turned 14 years of age. I really miss the people that I worked for. I’m currently 65yoa and still working, but I’m in the Health Care Industry and just thought I’d send you regards from Pennsylvania.
Dear Madam Stuckey,
My earliest recollection of the Stuckey’s was a restaurant & Gas station in Drums, Pennsylvania. It was my 1st job, when I turned 14 years of age. I really miss the people that I worked for. I’m currently 65yoa and still working, but I’m in the Health Care Industry and just thought I’d send you regards from Pennsylvania.
RAMONA BRANDEL from Savannah wrote on June 21, 2020
My father and mother managed several Stuckey's when I was growing up. Started in Illinois and ended up in South Carolina. I have such fond memories. Of course, mom and dad put me and my sisters to work regularly. But we enjoyed it. Met lots of wonderful customers and learned a lot. Needless to say, we were pretty plump kids. Lol. Got to sample a lot of Stuckey's goodies.
My father and mother managed several Stuckey's when I was growing up. Started in Illinois and ended up in South Carolina. I have such fond memories. Of course, mom and dad put me and my sisters to work regularly. But we enjoyed it. Met lots of wonderful customers and learned a lot. Needless to say, we were pretty plump kids. Lol. Got to sample a lot of Stuckey's goodies.
Kathleen R Keleher from oakland park wrote on June 21, 2020
We would drive from Florida to NY to visit out grandparents and my Mom would have my father stop at Stuckeys for the pecan logs and we kids would play the triangle peg game.
We would drive from Florida to NY to visit out grandparents and my Mom would have my father stop at Stuckeys for the pecan logs and we kids would play the triangle peg game.
John W. Graham from Greensboro, NC wrote on June 20, 2020
Growing up, we would always take family vacations in the car and many times those were southern bound trips. I can remember so vividly stopping at Stuckey‘s and buying a souvenir or a mini pecan roll. Many of our trips were to Atlanta to see a Braves baseball game or to Florida to tour before and after the theme parks were there. Stuckey’s was always a part of our family vacation. I am so glad that Stuckey‘s will continue to be a part of today’s road trip! Thank you for preserving this wonderful brand!
Growing up, we would always take family vacations in the car and many times those were southern bound trips.
I can remember so vividly stopping at Stuckey‘s and buying a souvenir or a mini pecan roll. Many of our trips were to Atlanta to see a Braves baseball game or to Florida to tour before and after the theme parks were there.
Stuckey’s was always a part of our family vacation. I am so glad that Stuckey‘s will continue to be a part of today’s road trip!
Thank you for preserving this wonderful brand!
Mickey from Red Oak, TX wrote on June 19, 2020
Wow! I have quite a connection to Stuckey's as they were a very big part of my life. (Some of this is to the best of my recollection and may not be in the exact order.) My dad, as a carpenter and cabinet maker, was employed in the very early '60s for work on the Merkel. TX store. After working on stores in Big Spring and Strawn, TX, and with previous experience as a building contractor. he was hired as a building superintendent for Stuckey's and was assigned the Round Rock, TX store. From there he built stores in Waxahachie and Monroe, LA and Monument, CO (I worked with him a short while on this one). Then I went with him in the summer of 1965 to build the Norlina, NC store. From there he went to Tonkawa, OK, Kearney, NE, Anthony, TX, Deming, NM, and Strasburg, CO. I went to work for him again on the Seibert, CO store in the spring of '68 and in the summer, we trekked to Kalamazoo, MI. I left there to go to NC for work and school, while he went on to Yuma, AZ. It was during construction at this store that he suffered a fatal heart attack in January of '69. I'll always remember working on the stores with him and setting them up and remaining through grand openings. Some may not know or have forgotten that, since these stores were built out away from major cities, they had really nice quarters in the rear where the store managers lived. Daddy always made sure "his" stores and these living spaces were done right and to exacting standards. Nothing but the best for Stuckey's. Although they no longer carry the Stuckey name, some of these buildings are still standing, including one just... Read more
Wow! I have quite a connection to Stuckey's as they were a very big part of my life. (Some of this is to the best of my recollection and may not be in the exact order.) My dad, as a carpenter and cabinet maker, was employed in the very early '60s for work on the Merkel. TX store. After working on stores in Big Spring and Strawn, TX, and with previous experience as a building contractor. he was hired as a building superintendent for Stuckey's and was assigned the Round Rock, TX store. From there he built stores in Waxahachie and Monroe, LA and Monument, CO (I worked with him a short while on this one). Then I went with him in the summer of 1965 to build the Norlina, NC store. From there he went to Tonkawa, OK, Kearney, NE, Anthony, TX, Deming, NM, and Strasburg, CO. I went to work for him again on the Seibert, CO store in the spring of '68 and in the summer, we trekked to Kalamazoo, MI. I left there to go to NC for work and school, while he went on to Yuma, AZ. It was during construction at this store that he suffered a fatal heart attack in January of '69.
I'll always remember working on the stores with him and setting them up and remaining through grand openings. Some may not know or have forgotten that, since these stores were built out away from major cities, they had really nice quarters in the rear where the store managers lived. Daddy always made sure "his" stores and these living spaces were done right and to exacting standards. Nothing but the best for Stuckey's. Although they no longer carry the Stuckey name, some of these buildings are still standing, including one just a few miles down I-35 from me.
Kimberly Ann Burns from Anderson wrote on June 17, 2020
Growing up going to visit our grandmother in waelder Texas, from Katy Texas every weekend we would always stop at Stuckey's that was one of the highlights of our trips.
Growing up going to visit our grandmother in waelder Texas, from Katy Texas every weekend we would always stop at Stuckey's that was one of the highlights of our trips.
Louann Worsham from Italy wrote on June 13, 2020
Stuckeys was our place to stop when traveling. My summer wardrobe growing up included tshirts purchased there from the places we vacationed. And of course, pecan rolls...
Stuckeys was our place to stop when traveling. My summer wardrobe growing up included tshirts purchased there from the places we vacationed. And of course, pecan rolls...
Bradley J Bagans from Lenox wrote on June 12, 2020
Just saw on Linked in that the Stuckey brand is being revived. Very cool. Grew up outside Detroit and going up north as a kid stopping at Stuckeys was the treat of treats! Also, going to Port Huron there was one at the Wadhams Road exit. Fast forward 30 yrs later and in 2002 I built a Mobil Truck Stop at that same exit. Loves just opened last year on the other side of the express way. As of last year at least (2019) I think the old Stuckeys building is still hiding in the weeds. What memories!
Just saw on Linked in that the Stuckey brand is being revived. Very cool. Grew up outside Detroit and going up north as a kid stopping at Stuckeys was the treat of treats! Also, going to Port Huron there was one at the Wadhams Road exit. Fast forward 30 yrs later and in 2002 I built a Mobil Truck Stop at that same exit. Loves just opened last year on the other side of the express way. As of last year at least (2019) I think the old Stuckeys building is still hiding in the weeds. What memories!
Mary from Dallas wrote on June 7, 2020
My grandma used to drive 50 miles to get gas in her Buick, just to Get her free box of divinity.
My grandma used to drive 50 miles to get gas in her Buick, just to Get her free box of divinity.
Cindy Moseley from Snellville wrote on June 2, 2020
We traveled to my grandmother's all the time and always stopped at Stuckeys. My brother and I always had to buy some candy. We drove from Louisville, KY to Springfield TN which was quite a drive on two lane roads back then. Very fond memories of a great store.
We traveled to my grandmother's all the time and always stopped at Stuckeys. My brother and I always had to buy some candy. We drove from Louisville, KY to Springfield TN which was quite a drive on two lane roads back then. Very fond memories of a great store.
Clifford Klosterman from San Antonio wrote on June 1, 2020
Our family traveled around the country a lot in the 70s on camping adventures. I remember making sure my sisters and I let dad know how far Stuckey's was when we saw a billboard. Dad loved the peanut brittle we were doing it for him.
Our family traveled around the country a lot in the 70s on camping adventures. I remember making sure my sisters and I let dad know how far Stuckey's was when we saw a billboard. Dad loved the peanut brittle we were doing it for him.