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 years later.

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Doug Chasteen from Doolittle wrote on December 11, 2019
In 1970, my first job was pumping gas and washing windshields for traveling customers at a Stuckey's on Route 66 in Doolittle, Missouri. The experience was enjoyable and I got to meet some very interesting people. To this day, I always try to stop at a Stuckey's and enjoy eating a pecan roll.
In 1970, my first job was pumping gas and washing windshields for traveling customers at a Stuckey's on Route 66 in Doolittle, Missouri.
The experience was enjoyable and I got to meet some very interesting people.
To this day, I always try to stop at a Stuckey's and enjoy eating a pecan roll.
Linda A Jurgens from Olympia wrote on December 9, 2019
My parents did training in Baker California and got their first store in Williams AZ and then we were off to Yuma AZ. They worked so hard and long hours but they liked it. My brother and sisters also worked in Stuckeys. My little brother and I were too young to help out. It was a time in my life that I will always remember. I have been on the prowl for the picture I know we have with my Mom in uniform and I believe my brother too.
My parents did training in Baker California and got their first store in Williams AZ and then we were off to Yuma AZ. They worked so hard and long hours but they liked it. My brother and sisters also worked in Stuckeys. My little brother and I were too young to help out. It was a time in my life that I will always remember. I have been on the prowl for the picture I know we have with my Mom in uniform and I believe my brother too.
David Willmann from Lakewood wrote on December 7, 2019
When I was young, my folks would go on vacation each summer. After we stopped at a Stuckey's We could not pass another one on our road trip to anywhere! I have many fond memories of those times.
When I was young, my folks would go on vacation each summer. After we stopped at a Stuckey's We could not pass another one on our road trip to anywhere! I have many fond memories of those times.
DAWN Davis from Surprise wrote on November 30, 2019
Every summer we drove from Denver to McAlester, OK to visit my grandparents. Hours and hours in a compact car with 4 people is not fun especially with no a/c. I can remember coming over a hill and seeing that blue roof. We always begged to stop and sometimes my dad would be gracious enough to do so. I say gracious because it was usually about 17 hours to drive and the only stops were for gas and bathrooms. We packed food. Anyway, I've always remembered seeing the pralines and jumping beans. FINALLY one year my mom bought me the jumping beans. My life was complete.
Every summer we drove from Denver to McAlester, OK to visit my grandparents. Hours and hours in a compact car with 4 people is not fun especially with no a/c. I can remember coming over a hill and seeing that blue roof. We always begged to stop and sometimes my dad would be gracious enough to do so. I say gracious because it was usually about 17 hours to drive and the only stops were for gas and bathrooms. We packed food. Anyway, I've always remembered seeing the pralines and jumping beans. FINALLY one year my mom bought me the jumping beans. My life was complete.
Paul wrote on November 6, 2019
Not your usual Stuckey's story. As a young boy my father would take is kids every summer to Grandma's in Oklahoma City from San Antonio. My father was the type of driver that was all about minimum stops, definite 'get-thereitis'. But I always remember the Stuckey's signs. It was a comfort, of a sort, to see the land mark signs. A way us kids could track our progress up IH 35. I always imagined Stuckey's as some kind of mythological oasis if only dad would decide to stop in! HaHa. It's heartening to know there are still Stuckey's store around. Maybe one day, when I'm a grandpa, i can take a road trip and actually stop in with the grandkids and tell them about the magical stop that had pecan logs! Like I said not your usual Stuckey's story...
Not your usual Stuckey's story. As a young boy my father would take is kids every summer to Grandma's in Oklahoma City from San Antonio. My father was the type of driver that was all about minimum stops, definite 'get-thereitis'. But I always remember the Stuckey's signs. It was a comfort, of a sort, to see the land mark signs. A way us kids could track our progress up IH 35. I always imagined Stuckey's as some kind of mythological oasis if only dad would decide to stop in! HaHa. It's heartening to know there are still Stuckey's store around. Maybe one day, when I'm a grandpa, i can take a road trip and actually stop in with the grandkids and tell them about the magical stop that had pecan logs! Like I said not your usual Stuckey's story...
stephen romeo wrote on November 6, 2019
we've been going to stuckey's since we were kids. and love it.
we've been going to stuckey's since we were kids. and love it.
Kathy Brown wrote on November 6, 2019
My first job was at Stuckey's in Centerville, Indiana along I-70. I was 14 years old and I worked there for almost 4 years. I loved it and it taught me a lot of responsibility. To this day I can count back change without having to put the amount in the register for it to tell me what the change should be. Stuckey's has gone through many changes, but it is still located in Centerville along I-70.
My first job was at Stuckey's in Centerville, Indiana along I-70. I was 14 years old and I worked there for almost 4 years. I loved it and it taught me a lot of responsibility. To this day I can count back change without having to put the amount in the register for it to tell me what the change should be. Stuckey's has gone through many changes, but it is still located in Centerville along I-70.
Eleanor wrote on November 6, 2019
Years of traveling in a camper with our 3 kids, during the 60's, we would try to pass by a Stuckey's but no way. Everyone wanted some kind of candy. My husband and I preferred the best Pecan Log ever. The kids would get their favorite. Off we would go until another Stuckey's appeared. Living in Charleston, SC they are not easy to find, but what a great online service. Just sent my son in MT a big box of Pecan Logs.
Years of traveling in a camper with our 3 kids, during the 60's, we would try to pass by a Stuckey's but no way. Everyone wanted some kind of candy. My husband and I preferred the best Pecan Log ever. The kids would get their favorite. Off we would go until another Stuckey's appeared. Living in Charleston, SC they are not easy to find, but what a great online service. Just sent my son in MT a big box of Pecan Logs.
Gary L Coots wrote on November 6, 2019
"I grew up in Trenton, GA and every summer we'd travel and Stuckeys was always a high point to our trips. I am retired USAF now and live in Colorado and no Stuckeys here. We travel south about once a year and still love Stuckeys!!"
"I grew up in Trenton, GA and every summer we'd travel and Stuckeys was always a high point to our trips. I am retired USAF now and live in Colorado and no Stuckeys here.
We travel south about once a year and still love Stuckeys!!"
J. R. wrote on November 6, 2019
Stuckeys was always a part of or family trips. From about 1960 till all the Stuckeys in the southwest were gone, we always got excited to see that familiar blue roof and bright sign that meant as much as (and sometimes more than) the destination. How sad it was to see the last one vanish into our memories, turned into a mexican restaurant or just fall into disrepair like a ghost town saloon. Please bring at least one store back to the southwest...maybe along the I-15?
Stuckeys was always a part of or family trips. From about 1960 till all the Stuckeys in the southwest were gone, we always got excited to see that familiar blue roof and bright sign that meant as much as (and sometimes more than) the destination. How sad it was to see the last one vanish into our memories, turned into a mexican restaurant or just fall into disrepair like a ghost town saloon. Please bring at least one store back to the southwest...maybe along the I-15?
Tom T wrote on November 6, 2019
In 1969 and again in 1973 -2 parents , 1 dog , and 6 kids left long island and drove across America without a/c or video games - we visited all of the 48 lower states over those 2 trips .Stuckeys was a beacon of light during those long drives. I think we stopped at everyone we passed..So many good memories of simpler times.
In 1969 and again in 1973 -2 parents , 1 dog , and 6 kids left long island and drove across America without a/c or video games - we visited all of the 48 lower states over those 2 trips .Stuckeys was a beacon of light during those long drives. I think we stopped at everyone we passed..So many good memories of simpler times.
Darin M. Vaughan wrote on November 6, 2019
Long time ! No see ! I havn't been to Stuckey's in such a long time! I miss ya'all! Every time my family & I went on down the road up toward Duluth,MN. through the Black Hill's & Yellowstone, or toward Ft.Worf, Moody,TX. or from Washington D.C. coming back toward CA.. Whew! Everyone pretty much remember's the sign's saying how close we're getting to Stuckey's Store. I was amazed at there's one some distance to Rocklin Roseville,CA.. Thank's for the memeories! PS: I enjoyed all our visit's! All the cedar stuff(Trinket's) .I had 1 of the penalty piggy bank's for cussing! LOL 25c etc.. I remeber the reserection plant's, rose pod's(sachet), & peanut plant starter kit's!
Long time ! No see ! I havn't been to Stuckey's in such a long time! I miss ya'all! Every time my family & I went on down the road up toward Duluth,MN. through the Black Hill's & Yellowstone, or toward Ft.Worf, Moody,TX. or from Washington D.C. coming back toward CA.. Whew! Everyone pretty much remember's the sign's saying how close we're getting to Stuckey's Store. I was amazed at there's one some distance to Rocklin Roseville,CA.. Thank's for the memeories! PS: I enjoyed all our visit's! All the cedar stuff(Trinket's) .I had 1 of the penalty piggy bank's for cussing! LOL 25c etc.. I remeber the reserection plant's, rose pod's(sachet), & peanut plant starter kit's!
Leah Phillipd wrote on November 6, 2019
I grew up in NJ, while my grandparents lived in OR. We spent many summers on the road, driving to visit them. Stuckey's was our favorite pitstop.
I grew up in NJ, while my grandparents lived in OR. We spent many summers on the road, driving to visit them. Stuckey's was our favorite pitstop.
Dee Dawson wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember Cinnamon-Sugar pecans. Looks like you don't have them anymore. Sad. Maybe I was the very few who loved those. <3 It's been about 40 years but I can still remember them! My parents ALWAYS got the pecan log, but it was not my favorite tho. Anyway, I am glad to know y'all are still around. Hope the new generation of kids still love to stop there! 🙂
I remember Cinnamon-Sugar pecans. Looks like you don't have them anymore. Sad. Maybe I was the very few who loved those. <3 It's been about 40 years but I can still remember them! My parents ALWAYS got the pecan log, but it was not my favorite tho. Anyway, I am glad to know y'all are still around. Hope the new generation of kids still love to stop there! 🙂
Parker Nicholson wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember rooming with Robert one summer at the Citadel Summer Camp for boys. I hated the camp, but loved the Pecan Logs! Best wishes!
I remember rooming with Robert one summer at the Citadel Summer Camp for boys. I hated the camp, but loved the Pecan Logs! Best wishes!
brad thomas poland wrote on November 6, 2019
Delicious Divinity. I remember the store in Garden Valley Texas where I lived in the 80's, became a Loves during the 80's - great 99 cent breakfast - eggs were always done exactly the way we wanted. It is so sad, we need a place like Stuckeys again. I love the architecture of the store too!
Delicious Divinity. I remember the store in Garden Valley Texas where I lived in the 80's, became a Loves during the 80's - great 99 cent breakfast - eggs were always done exactly the way we wanted. It is so sad, we need a place like Stuckeys again. I love the architecture of the store too!
Paris Dickey wrote on November 6, 2019
"Life is full of experiences. However seeing a stuckeys T shirt on a guy in NYC I was overwhelmed with happy memories. I had delightful flashbacks of traveling with my grandparents, stopping at Stuckeys, pecan logs, the beautiful country side and the 82 Worlds Fair. I'm so thrilled to see you're still around. Your company is truly an American Treasure."
"Life is full of experiences. However seeing a stuckeys T shirt on a guy in NYC I was overwhelmed with happy memories. I had delightful flashbacks of traveling with my grandparents, stopping at Stuckeys, pecan logs, the beautiful country side and the 82 Worlds Fair.
I'm so thrilled to see you're still around. Your company is truly an American Treasure."
Kim Englett wrote on November 6, 2019
When I was a child, my family and I would travel all throughout the US and we always stopped to get gas, peanut brittle, pecan rolls, food at Stuckey's and this was my best memory as a child traveling and I just found out the other day that Stuckey's was still around. I believe you can buy peanut brittle in drug stores here in Texas. I might have to order some of the divinity online, yum!
When I was a child, my family and I would travel all throughout the US and we always stopped to get gas, peanut brittle, pecan rolls, food at Stuckey's and this was my best memory as a child traveling and I just found out the other day that Stuckey's was still around. I believe you can buy peanut brittle in drug stores here in Texas. I might have to order some of the divinity online, yum!
Joseph Gadow Sr wrote on November 6, 2019
In the 60's our family used to travel from Va. Bch, Va to Balt, Md on a regular basis. Maw or Paw would always stop at the Stuckey's on the way. As adults we now know it was that famous Pecan Roll that they stopped for. We 5 kids were allowed to get whatever we wanted. Now that I'm heading 500 miles from Balt. to Summerton, S.C., I'll be sure to pick up another P. Roll for my 85 year old Mother to remind her of the good ole days. After all these years I still don't know weather to pronounce it "Pee-Can", or "Pee-Con". I just take turns. Like Bob Hope, I thank you for the Memories. Joe (2017)
In the 60's our family used to travel from Va. Bch, Va to Balt, Md on a regular basis. Maw or Paw would always stop at the Stuckey's on the way. As adults we now know it was that famous Pecan Roll that they stopped for. We 5 kids were allowed to get whatever we wanted. Now that I'm heading 500 miles from Balt. to Summerton, S.C., I'll be sure to pick up another P. Roll for my 85 year old Mother to remind her of the good ole days. After all these years I still don't know weather to pronounce it "Pee-Can", or "Pee-Con". I just take turns. Like Bob Hope, I thank you for the Memories. Joe (2017)
Denise Taylor wrote on November 6, 2019
I am from Canada. In 1975 my family did a trip from Manitoba to Florida at Christmas time. I was only 10 years old. I can remember stopping at Stuckey's and buying the log rolls, loved them so much!!!!
I am from Canada. In 1975 my family did a trip from Manitoba to Florida at Christmas time. I was only 10 years old. I can remember stopping at Stuckey's and buying the log rolls, loved them so much!!!!
Tina Riley wrote on November 6, 2019
"I have always loved Stuckeys as a child and an adult. Back in Feb I stopped to get my daughter some goodies from Stuckey's. When I gave them to her she said ""Ewww this has hair on it"". Upon examining the products I found it had been expired for over a year and was moldy. I sent an email to the company with pics and they promised to make it right with me. I waited about a month and nothing. I sent another email and I never got a response. All I wanted was a replacement. This company says it prides itself on customer satisfaction. Well things sure have changed over the past 80 years. This is some of the WORST customer service on every level. Make sure you check the products before you buy because nothing is monitored after they send it to the stores to be sold. Discouraged long time customer!!"
"I have always loved Stuckeys as a child and an adult. Back in Feb I stopped to get my daughter some goodies from Stuckey's. When I gave them to her she said ""Ewww this has hair on it"". Upon examining the products I found it had been expired for over a year and was moldy. I sent an email to the company with pics and they promised to make it right with me. I waited about a month and nothing. I sent another email and I never got a response. All I wanted was a replacement. This company says it prides itself on customer satisfaction. Well things sure have changed over the past 80 years. This is some of the WORST customer service on every level. Make sure you check the products before you buy because nothing is monitored after they send it to the stores to be sold.

Discouraged long time customer!!"
Bill Hetzel wrote on November 6, 2019
My parents took my grandfather and us kids down to my sister and brother in laws house in Albany Ga. Where my brother in law was in the navy we ALWAYSstop at one or two Stuckey this was the late 60s i remember the Texaco gas staion which was the brand of gas they sold i bought many kic kaks there.Now back in 2012 i was working at the wearhouse of Wegmans in Pottvilla Pa. 5 months assignment one day i drove 100 miles or so to find a Stuckey past Harrisburg Pa.it was located in a Hess gas station all 2 alise of it i was a little disappointed but all those time as a young child my memory came back to me the good old days. I will like to see them back and running like the good old days
My parents took my grandfather and us kids down to my sister and brother in laws house in Albany Ga. Where my brother in law was in the navy we ALWAYSstop at one or two Stuckey this was the late 60s i remember the Texaco gas staion which was the brand of gas they sold i bought many kic kaks there.Now back in 2012 i was working at the wearhouse of Wegmans in Pottvilla Pa. 5 months assignment one day i drove 100 miles or so to find a Stuckey past Harrisburg Pa.it was located in a Hess gas station all 2 alise of it i was a little disappointed but all those time as a young child my memory came back to me the good old days. I will like to see them back and running like the good old days
Michael Bright wrote on November 6, 2019
I'm originally from Charleston South Carolina. My father loved Stuckey's. When on vacation or trip he would stop at every one of them. So he could grab a pecan roll. We loved it also as kids because we knew it's time for us to get a great snack also.
I'm originally from Charleston South Carolina. My father loved Stuckey's. When on vacation or trip he would stop at every one of them. So he could grab a pecan roll. We loved it also as kids because we knew it's time for us to get a great snack also.
Angela Thompson wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember the Stuckey's that was along I-35 at the Randall, IA exit. It was one of the stores that shut down in the 1980's. The closest Stuckey's is in neighboring states now.
I remember the Stuckey's that was along I-35 at the Randall, IA exit. It was one of the stores that shut down in the 1980's. The closest Stuckey's is in neighboring states now.
Dawn Hunnicutt wrote on November 6, 2019
I moved into my first Stuckey store at 6 weeks old and my parents stopped working for Stuckeys when I was 12.. I learned every management skill I have today being able to watch my parents. I miss the memories at Stuckeys..
I moved into my first Stuckey store at 6 weeks old and my parents stopped working for Stuckeys when I was 12.. I learned every management skill I have today being able to watch my parents. I miss the memories at Stuckeys..