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.

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!  If by chance you have pictures of your Stuckey’s visits, please post them to our Facebook page, we would love for everyone to share your experience!

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Dave Moore wrote on November 6, 2019
I really miss Stuckey's being around my parts. It was my very favorite place of all when I was a kid, especially when traveling with my parents. I loved the Snuckey's burgers and fries,and I oh so loved the magic tricks and gag gifts they sold! (I was the prankster of the family)....And who could forget, Snuckey's pecan rolls! Wow they were the best!!!
I really miss Stuckey's being around my parts. It was my very favorite place of all when I was a kid, especially when traveling with my parents. I loved the Snuckey's burgers and fries,and I oh so loved the magic tricks and gag gifts they sold! (I was the prankster of the family)....And who could forget, Snuckey's pecan rolls! Wow they were the best!!!
Lora Compton wrote on November 6, 2019
As a child traveling in the 60's was boring but Dad kept us excited letting us know how much longer till we get to Stuckey's. We stopped at every location and always picked up a silly toys and of course pecan log. I loved my woopie cushion! I remember one trip we were getting close to our Stuckey's stop and put on our shoes all ready to go just to find out it was closed due to fire. We cried.
As a child traveling in the 60's was boring but Dad kept us excited letting us know how much longer till we get to Stuckey's. We stopped at every location and always picked up a silly toys and of course pecan log. I loved my woopie cushion! I remember one trip we were getting close to our Stuckey's stop and put on our shoes all ready to go just to find out it was closed due to fire. We cried.
Julie Fleiser wrote on November 6, 2019
"Every summer, we did a road trip from Pueblo, CO to Atlanta, GA to visit my grandparents. My job was to look for Stuckey's signs. My mom loved the pecan rolls and divinity. My sisters and I loved buying a game for the road. I always wanted to eat at the grill, but we had a schedule to keep, so that never happened. Thanks for being such a wonderful memory for me!"
"Every summer, we did a road trip from Pueblo, CO to Atlanta, GA to visit my grandparents. My job was to look for Stuckey's signs. My mom loved the pecan rolls and divinity. My sisters and I loved buying a game for the road. I always wanted to eat at the grill, but we had a schedule to keep, so that never happened.
Thanks for being such a wonderful memory for me!"
Alan Laskowski wrote on November 6, 2019
Moved from South Texas to near Seattle. Missing home but Stuckey's ships Pecan Rolls anywhere. Spent 40 years going to Stuckey's and glad they ship these Pecan Log Rolls of goodness across the nation.
Moved from South Texas to near Seattle. Missing home but Stuckey's ships Pecan Rolls anywhere. Spent 40 years going to Stuckey's and glad they ship these Pecan Log Rolls of goodness across the nation.
Roy McCollum wrote on November 6, 2019
Mom!!... how come they got more Log Roll than me?
Mom!!... how come they got more Log Roll than me?
Joel wrote on November 6, 2019
We loved seeing the billboards for Stuckey's during our family road trips in the early 1970s. Sometimes my dad would stop for lunch and we always got a treat to eat in the car as we were leaving. Today I always try to stop in GA on my way to FL from MI.
We loved seeing the billboards for Stuckey's during our family road trips in the early 1970s. Sometimes my dad would stop for lunch and we always got a treat to eat in the car as we were leaving. Today I always try to stop in GA on my way to FL from MI.
Sandra wrote on November 6, 2019
Growing up and traveling to our grandparents house several times a year, my Dad always stopped at Stuckey's for your Pecan Log! I was never so happy when I was old enough to have my very own Log! Sharing with four siblings was rough! It was always the best part of our three hour drive! Great memories and 60+ years later...it is STILL my favorite treat! Thank You for continuing to make the BEST!!!
Growing up and traveling to our grandparents house several times a year, my Dad always stopped at Stuckey's for your Pecan Log! I was never so happy when I was old enough to have my very own Log! Sharing with four siblings was rough! It was always the best part of our three hour drive! Great memories and 60+ years later...it is STILL my favorite treat! Thank You for continuing to make the BEST!!!
Cynthia C Floyd wrote on November 6, 2019
I placed an order last week. It arrived promptly. The only problem was that I ordered 12 6 oz. pecan logs, but received 6 12 oz. pecan logs. I notified the company and they are sending the correct order immediately and said to keep the others as well. You can't beat customer service like that! Thank you, Stuckey's!
I placed an order last week. It arrived promptly. The only problem was that I ordered 12 6 oz. pecan logs, but received 6 12 oz. pecan logs. I notified the company and they are sending the correct order immediately and said to keep the others as well. You can't beat customer service like that! Thank you, Stuckey's!
Sue wrote on November 6, 2019
Used to stop at Stuckey's on our family road trips in the 60s and early 70s; really looked forward to those stops. I loved the selection of items for sale: the wooden jewelry boxes,, bags of polished stones, little glass bottles with a penny inside and all sorts of neat things. Of course, the Holy pecan log!
Used to stop at Stuckey's on our family road trips in the 60s and early 70s; really looked forward to those stops. I loved the selection of items for sale: the wooden jewelry boxes,, bags of polished stones, little glass bottles with a penny inside and all sorts of neat things. Of course, the Holy pecan log!
joanne volpe wrote on November 6, 2019
"oh my god Stuckeys!!! we traveled alot and always ,I mean always stopped at every Stuckeys we drove by...my mom was addicted to your pecan rolls..I would sit there watching her eat them ...""may I have just an end piece? "" no response just the sound of the empty wrapper hitting the lip of the garbage can falling to the floor taunting me with slivers of caramel stuck on the crumpled wrap... fortunately I had bought my own with my allowance ...oh that pecan roll a bit of heaven here on earth..."
"oh my god Stuckeys!!! we traveled alot and always ,I mean always stopped at every Stuckeys we drove by...my mom was addicted to your pecan rolls..I would sit there watching her eat them ...""may I have just an end piece? "" no response just the sound of the empty wrapper hitting the lip of the garbage can falling to the floor taunting me with slivers of caramel stuck on the crumpled wrap...
fortunately I had bought my own with my allowance ...oh that pecan roll a bit of heaven here on earth..."
Ken E. wrote on November 6, 2019
As a family I remember many vacation trips by car from Illinois and a stop at Stuckey's was always included. Now I have a family of my own, and have since moved to North Carolina. It is a thrill to share Stuckey's with my kids. I travel for work on occasion, and my kids look forward to when I stop at a Stuckey's on the road and bring home a treat. Stores have changed from the stand alone stores I remember. Those are hard to find, but the Stuckey's name is still going strong in my household.
As a family I remember many vacation trips by car from Illinois and a stop at Stuckey's was always included. Now I have a family of my own, and have since moved to North Carolina. It is a thrill to share Stuckey's with my kids. I travel for work on occasion, and my kids look forward to when I stop at a Stuckey's on the road and bring home a treat. Stores have changed from the stand alone stores I remember. Those are hard to find, but the Stuckey's name is still going strong in my household.
reycraig333 wrote on November 6, 2019
My dad was a Navy career man. So, our family spent a lot of time traveling to naval duty stations for his new assignments. We also spent many days/night on the road traveling to my grandparents farm whenever my dad could get leave (vacation). My best memories as a kid are stopping at Stuckey's during these road trips. I later joined the military myself. I try to stop at Stuckey's during my travels.
My dad was a Navy career man. So, our family spent a lot of time traveling to naval duty stations for his new assignments. We also spent many days/night on the road traveling to my grandparents farm whenever my dad could get leave (vacation). My best memories as a kid are stopping at Stuckey's during these road trips. I later joined the military myself. I try to stop at Stuckey's during my travels.
Katy (Hudson) Silva wrote on November 6, 2019
My family would travel from San Leandro, CA to Marysville, MI during the summer in the 70's and 80's.... Those long hot trips along Highway 80 brought us much joy when we would run across a Stuckey's. Thank you for making our trips that much sweeter with those delicious pecan-rolls!!!! And for making wonderful family memories!!
My family would travel from San Leandro, CA to Marysville, MI during the summer in the 70's and 80's.... Those long hot trips along Highway 80 brought us much joy when we would run across a Stuckey's. Thank you for making our trips that much sweeter with those delicious pecan-rolls!!!! And for making wonderful family memories!!
Angela Merritt wrote on November 6, 2019
I grew up a Stuckeys brat! My parents got sent from store to store to fix them back up after bad managers and then would move on to the next store. My parents ran them in North Carolina, Missouri, Indiana, Texas, Ok, Kansas, Alabama, Georgia and Ohio. They ran them from the early 80's until about 2008. It was hard always moving around as a kid but there was always Ice Cream and snacks at our destination! Spoiled brats we was.
I grew up a Stuckeys brat! My parents got sent from store to store to fix them back up after bad managers and then would move on to the next store. My parents ran them in North Carolina, Missouri, Indiana, Texas, Ok, Kansas, Alabama, Georgia and Ohio. They ran them from the early 80's until about 2008. It was hard always moving around as a kid but there was always Ice Cream and snacks at our destination! Spoiled brats we was.
Andrew Mills wrote on November 6, 2019
Stopping at Stuckeys was always a highlight of the trip across Kansas. There was even a Stuckeys with a live beehive you could see inside of.
Stopping at Stuckeys was always a highlight of the trip across Kansas. There was even a Stuckeys with a live beehive you could see inside of.
Mike Sawyer wrote on November 6, 2019
The first five years of my life were spent living in the 2nd floor apartment of Stuckey's in Sanford, NC. Having recently turned 60 years of age, I am glad to have found that store in your gallery.
The first five years of my life were spent living in the 2nd floor apartment of Stuckey's in Sanford, NC. Having recently turned 60 years of age, I am glad to have found that store in your gallery.
RICK BRANT wrote on November 6, 2019
"I remember how good the strawberry milkshakes were on a hot day of traveling. "
"I remember how good the strawberry milkshakes were on a hot day of traveling.

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Brad Hawkins wrote on November 6, 2019
As a kid I remember seeing Stuckys stores, while we were headed down I-75, & just thought of them, and looked them up....they're still around!
As a kid I remember seeing Stuckys stores, while we were headed down I-75, & just thought of them, and looked them up....they're still around!
Tiffney W wrote on November 6, 2019
The one located outside Gulfport MS was awful! The service is very rude and I hope it gets fixed because it is at a great location.
The one located outside Gulfport MS was awful! The service is very rude and I hope it gets fixed because it is at a great location.
Susan H wrote on November 6, 2019
"Stuckey's treats are cherished childhood memories for my brother and me so when I found out recently that he was planning to have bariatric surgery, I ordered a supply of pecan logs for him to enjoy before he started his weight loss regimen. I'm glad I did. It brought back many loving memories of a time gone by. Bring back the roadside Stuckey's with their affordable prices, friendly service and unbeatable quality! Put those signs back up; they were reassuring beacons for hungry, weary travellers! Also, if anyone is wondering, Stuckey's won't spam your inbox with ads."
"Stuckey's treats are cherished childhood memories for my brother and me so when I found out recently that he was planning to have bariatric surgery, I ordered a supply of pecan logs for him to enjoy before he started his weight loss regimen. I'm glad I did. It brought back many loving memories of a time gone by.

Bring back the roadside Stuckey's with their affordable prices, friendly service and unbeatable quality! Put those signs back up; they were reassuring beacons for hungry, weary travellers! Also, if anyone is wondering, Stuckey's won't spam your inbox with ads."
Gale Luttrell wrote on November 6, 2019
"I remember traveling with my family and my dad would only stop at the Stuckey's to eat and get gas. I remember mom getting all of us (4 kids) the famous pecan logs. How tasty and good they were. To this day I still try to stop and get my log. Now today I am friends with Ron and Susan Stuckey and we were just sitting around talking and Susan still has the "eat here and get gas" tee shirt. Funny but Ron was telling the story about his grandfather...then I went online and found out Ron is related to the Stuckey's. Stories were complete. So interesting when I read the history and the story was exact. Famous friends and famous pecan logs. Love those logs"
"I remember traveling with my family and my dad would only stop at the Stuckey's to eat and get gas. I remember mom getting all of us (4 kids) the famous pecan logs. How tasty and good they were. To this day I still try to stop and get my log.

Now today I am friends with Ron and Susan Stuckey and we were just sitting around talking and Susan still has the "eat here and get gas" tee shirt. Funny but Ron was telling the story about his grandfather...then I went online and found out Ron is related to the Stuckey's. Stories were complete. So interesting when I read the history and the story was exact. Famous friends and famous pecan logs.

Love those logs"
Darlene Tracy wrote on November 6, 2019
I worked at Stuckey's in Goodfield, IL my sophomore through senior years in 1975-1977. It was a mile down the road from me so I loved the convenience of it since I could ride my bike too. I will admit I spent my part of my check there for some great gifts and pecan logs. The chuck wagon sandwich was my favorite. I started in the snack bar so I met a lot of great people driving through. I served a lot of local people too for they had great food and true hand dipped shakes and malts. I also worked the the front counter and pumped gas and checked oil. We had several famous tour buses come through. The one I will never forget is when Hank Williams Js bus stopped in. I first waited on his bus crew cooking their food. To this day I still have the $15 total I received from tips. Then I got invited to the bus. There he sat toward the back in his underwear with a bottle between his legs. Seeing him sitting in his underwear was a shock for a young girl let me tell you. He was so nice and genuinely sincere when he said it was nice talking to you. I miss Stuckey's. If there was one around the Peoria, IL area I would definitely be a regular. Who knows I may even even apply-lol. I love and miss that place. I'm excited I can order on line now.
I worked at Stuckey's in Goodfield, IL my sophomore through senior years in 1975-1977. It was a mile down the road from me so I loved the convenience of it since I could ride my bike too. I will admit I spent my part of my check there for some great gifts and pecan logs. The chuck wagon sandwich was my favorite. I started in the snack bar so I met a lot of great people driving through. I served a lot of local people too for they had great food and true hand dipped shakes and malts. I also worked the the front counter and pumped gas and checked oil. We had several famous tour buses come through. The one I will never forget is when Hank Williams Js bus stopped in. I first waited on his bus crew cooking their food. To this day I still have the $15 total I received from tips. Then I got invited to the bus. There he sat toward the back in his underwear with a bottle between his legs. Seeing him sitting in his underwear was a shock for a young girl let me tell you. He was so nice and genuinely sincere when he said it was nice talking to you. I miss Stuckey's. If there was one around the Peoria, IL area I would definitely be a regular. Who knows I may even even apply-lol. I love and miss that place. I'm excited I can order on line now.
Susan Stuckey wrote on November 6, 2019
I grew up going to the Stuckey's in Springfield, Ohio. I liked it so well that I married a Stuckey! His family stories include a history branching from the Stuckey store history. As we travel we keep a lookout for the stores and pick up memorabilia. We collect Tshirts. I just made a pillow from a shirt I purchased 38 years ago when we were dating!! Enjoy this website.
I grew up going to the Stuckey's in Springfield, Ohio. I liked it so well that I married a Stuckey! His family stories include a history branching from the Stuckey store history. As we travel we keep a lookout for the stores and pick up memorabilia. We collect Tshirts. I just made a pillow from a shirt I purchased 38 years ago when we were dating!! Enjoy this website.
Diane Day wrote on November 6, 2019
Loved looking for the Stuckey's signs when I was a kid. Wish they were still around. Sadly none by me anymore. I love the honey cinnamon pecans. Just ordered some last week. Friendly and super fast! Love the free shipping!.
Loved looking for the Stuckey's signs when I was a kid. Wish they were still around. Sadly none by me anymore. I love the honey cinnamon pecans. Just ordered some last week. Friendly and super fast! Love the free shipping!.
Candice Ondrea wrote on November 6, 2019
I love stuckey s! My family used to stop at the same one when we would go on our road trip to see our grandmother in Georgia. I always loved to look and the neat things in the store. On my way to Charleston and will stop by your way soon.
I love stuckey s! My family used to stop at the same one when we would go on our road trip to see our grandmother in Georgia. I always loved to look and the neat things in the store. On my way to Charleston and will stop by your way soon.
Lori Wolfe wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember stopping at stuckeys as a kid going from Kentucky to michigan to see my grandparents. Grandma always had seven keys coconut spread in the house and we always stopped to get some more. Miss those days terribly.
I remember stopping at stuckeys as a kid going from Kentucky to michigan to see my grandparents. Grandma always had seven keys coconut spread in the house and we always stopped to get some more. Miss those days terribly.
Janet Rutledge wrote on November 6, 2019
"Hi Folks, I remembered Stuckeys as a kid (45 yrs ago) and my parents stopped there and bought us kids a board game for the road. Now, 50 years later, my hubby and I stopped in to their delightful little restaurant off Route 66 /I-44 in Doolittle, Missouri . I had the delicious smoked pulled pork with homemade potato chips!! Absolutely wonderful !!! Hubby had their fried pork tenderloin sandwich with the potato chips ...was delicious!! We also shopped at their little store /gas station where I bought some delicious fudge (peanut butter, chocolate, and some toffee), and some Route 66 T-shirts. Great lil store !! Although they didn't have the board game, I mentioned it to a manager. Great food. Great store. Plus a WINE OUTLET ! What more could a girl ask for !!??!! Great experience!! Thanks Stuckeys !! "
"Hi Folks, I remembered Stuckeys as a kid (45 yrs ago) and my parents stopped there and bought us kids a board game for the road.
Now, 50 years later, my hubby and I stopped in to their delightful little restaurant off Route 66 /I-44 in Doolittle, Missouri . I had the delicious smoked pulled pork with homemade potato chips!! Absolutely wonderful !!! Hubby had their fried pork tenderloin sandwich with the potato chips ...was delicious!!
We also shopped at their little store /gas station where I bought some delicious fudge (peanut butter, chocolate, and some toffee), and some Route 66 T-shirts. Great lil store !! Although they didn't have the board game, I mentioned it to a manager.
Great food. Great store. Plus a WINE OUTLET ! What more could a girl ask for !!??!!
Great experience!!
Thanks Stuckeys !! "
Craig Allen wrote on November 6, 2019
I enjoyed Stuckey's, and Horne's, on many roadtrips with my parents when I was young! And also many times on the road when I was grown! I sure do miss them! They used to be everywhere! I guess the good old days are good forever!
I enjoyed Stuckey's, and Horne's, on many roadtrips with my parents when I was young! And also many times on the road when I was grown! I sure do miss them! They used to be everywhere! I guess the good old days are good forever!
Rochelle wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember the dog's restrooms (country dogs and city dogs). Cute idea for those traveling with pets.
I remember the dog's restrooms (country dogs and city dogs). Cute idea for those traveling with pets.
Jack Brickman wrote on November 6, 2019
"Love, Love, Love Stuckey's. Being from Arkansas it's always nice to stop into the Arkadelphia store and load my kids up on some good ole fashion Southern delight. Jack. "
"Love, Love, Love Stuckey's. Being from Arkansas it's always nice to stop into the Arkadelphia store and load my kids up on some good ole fashion Southern delight. Jack.

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Janet Charlton wrote on November 6, 2019
When My brother and I were growing up, our parents would take us on a road trip from Washington state to Louisville Ky. We could not wait to see a Stuckey sign and my parents would always stop and we would get to pick out a souvenir. Its where I bought my first packet of sea monkeys! Im glad yo know there are still some around and I am adding that to my bucket list for next summer!
When My brother and I were growing up, our parents would take us on a road trip from Washington state to Louisville Ky. We could not wait to see a Stuckey sign and my parents would always stop and we would get to pick out a souvenir. Its where I bought my first packet of sea monkeys! Im glad yo know there are still some around and I am adding that to my bucket list for next summer!
Tony Papel wrote on November 6, 2019
I grew up in Eastman, GA and Stuckeys was a part of our lives. From family and friends working at the plant and store to attending elementary and high school with some of the Stuckey family members. One of my favorite memories is playing summer baseball for the Stuckeys little league team. As kids we were so proud to wear that yellow hat with red letter s and the yellow baseball jersey with Stuckeys in red letters on the front. Now at 48 I am always glad to see a Stuckeys roadside store or candy display as it reminds me of my childhood and hometown.
I grew up in Eastman, GA and Stuckeys was a part of our lives. From family and friends working at the plant and store to attending elementary and high school with some of the Stuckey family members. One of my favorite memories is playing summer baseball for the Stuckeys little league team. As kids we were so proud to wear that yellow hat with red letter s and the yellow baseball jersey with Stuckeys in red letters on the front. Now at 48 I am always glad to see a Stuckeys roadside store or candy display as it reminds me of my childhood and hometown.
youthchampionshipsports wrote on November 6, 2019
I love Stuckeys. I remember traveling cross the country in the South and North as a kid. It brings back a certain Nostalgia. Visited one in Bagdad Florida going home to visit my family in New Orleans in 2014. I love and always will love Stuckeys.
I love Stuckeys. I remember traveling cross the country in the South and North as a kid. It brings back a certain Nostalgia. Visited one in Bagdad Florida going home to visit my family in New Orleans in 2014. I love and always will love Stuckeys.
Mike Ber wrote on November 6, 2019
We grew up with Stuckeys as we traveled across the country on our family vacations. Was a favorite stop to get snacks, refresh ourselves and get a souvenir!
We grew up with Stuckeys as we traveled across the country on our family vacations. Was a favorite stop to get snacks, refresh ourselves and get a souvenir!
Tom Davis wrote on November 6, 2019
"My first 'memory' of a Stuckey's is from1954 in Eastman. It was August, I'd just turned 4 and Daddy said he had a 'treat' for me. I remember my first Stuckey's log roll like it was yesterday. There was nothing else like 'em anywhere. There still isn't. As good and as unique as a Nu-Way wiener on Cotton Avenue in Macon. After seeing (and hearing) how much we enjoyed them Mama started making her own divinity, which was excellent - but there was something special about ""Stuckey's"" and we stopped there every year going and coming home. We started traveling from our home in Warner Robins to New Smyrna Beach, FL that year and went annually from '54 until around 1963 visiting lots of places in Florida, the last year I remember us taking a trip of any type as a 'family' with everyone present. I met a really cute Eastman girl when our Rumble Jr. High 8th grade basketball team traveled to Eastman for a game, she was an Eastman cheerleader, also an 8th grader and she told me she 'helped out' at Stuckey's. I don't remember her name but she was pretty. I don't remember Stuckey's ever having any employees that young, either ... and I have no idea what she did for you there. I was very happy when your family reclaimed the chain and I'm delighted with your revival and expansion. Texas and South Carolina pecans are excellent - but Middle Georgia grows the best pecans and the best peaches in America. There's something really special about that land between the Ocmulgee River and Gum Swamp. Great good luck to you going forward! Long live Stuckey's!"
"My first 'memory' of a Stuckey's is from1954 in Eastman. It was August, I'd just turned 4 and Daddy said he had a 'treat' for me. I remember my first Stuckey's log roll like it was yesterday. There was nothing else like 'em anywhere. There still isn't. As good and as unique as a Nu-Way wiener on Cotton Avenue in Macon. After seeing (and hearing) how much we enjoyed them Mama started making her own divinity, which was excellent - but there was something special about ""Stuckey's"" and we stopped there every year going and coming home. We started traveling from our home in Warner Robins to New Smyrna Beach, FL that year and went annually from '54 until around 1963 visiting lots of places in Florida, the last year I remember us taking a trip of any type as a 'family' with everyone present. I met a really cute Eastman girl when our Rumble Jr. High 8th grade basketball team traveled to Eastman for a game, she was an Eastman cheerleader, also an 8th grader and she told me she 'helped out' at Stuckey's. I don't remember her name but she was pretty. I don't remember Stuckey's ever having any employees that young, either ... and I have no idea what she did for you there. I was very happy when your family reclaimed the chain and I'm delighted with your revival and expansion. Texas and South Carolina pecans are excellent - but Middle Georgia grows the best pecans and the best peaches in America. There's something really special about that land between the Ocmulgee River and Gum Swamp.
Great good luck to you going forward! Long live Stuckey's!"
Rita Turner wrote on November 6, 2019
I was a military brat in the 60s and 70s and I remember everywhere we travelled we would stop at rest areas for bologna sandwiches. I remember the car was hot, travelling in summertime for hours where you didn't see much. But the stuckeys restaurants always stood out and when we stopped I would get a pecan role. We didn't dine there because my dad was on a limited income with 5 kids but I always remember stuckeys for gas, restrooms and pecan rolls. Just recently (2016) travelling through nevada and California I saw a lot of old stucky buildings still standing that are utilized for local convenience stores. Brought back a lot of memories.
I was a military brat in the 60s and 70s and I remember everywhere we travelled we would stop at rest areas for bologna sandwiches. I remember the car was hot, travelling in summertime for hours where you didn't see much. But the stuckeys restaurants always stood out and when we stopped I would get a pecan role. We didn't dine there because my dad was on a limited income with 5 kids but I always remember stuckeys for gas, restrooms and pecan rolls. Just recently (2016) travelling through nevada and California I saw a lot of old stucky buildings still standing that are utilized for local convenience stores. Brought back a lot of memories.
hristine Stuckey-Hobbs wrote on November 6, 2019
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Jeff wrote on November 6, 2019
"Through the 60's and 70's we always loved stopping at the Stuckey's in Waters, Michigan on the car drive from Bay City to Mullett Lake. Many fond memories! We were so sorry to see it go years ago."
"Through the 60's and 70's we always loved stopping at the Stuckey's in Waters, Michigan on the car drive from Bay City to Mullett Lake.

Many fond memories! We were so sorry to see it go years ago."
Jay wrote on November 6, 2019
So many years driving hundreds of miles to my grandparents' places, and so many stops at our favorite Stuckeys too! My dad used to stop there, and he hated to stop at all because he liked to drive straight through for 18 hours. He once made us all use soda bottles to pee in, but that's another story for another time (the bottles were glass back then with such a tiny opening!). He used to stop there and we'd get everyone fed for something like 15 bucks. We always picked up a Pecan Log because grandma loved them so much. It was the first thing she would ask us when we showed up - usually in the middle of the night because we rarely stopped for anything. She would ask: "where's my Stuckey's nut log?" And it was always me who would hand it to her. I was always so sleepy. After dad went to bed and my sister and I unpacked the car, we would stay up til morning savoring Stuckey's nuts until we couldn't stay awake anymore. I miss Stuckey's very much as I rarely see them on the highway anymore. I'm so glad I found the online store so I can buy Pecan Logs in bulk. I never get tired of those Stuckey's Logs.
So many years driving hundreds of miles to my grandparents' places, and so many stops at our favorite Stuckeys too! My dad used to stop there, and he hated to stop at all because he liked to drive straight through for 18 hours. He once made us all use soda bottles to pee in, but that's another story for another time (the bottles were glass back then with such a tiny opening!). He used to stop there and we'd get everyone fed for something like 15 bucks. We always picked up a Pecan Log because grandma loved them so much. It was the first thing she would ask us when we showed up - usually in the middle of the night because we rarely stopped for anything. She would ask: "where's my Stuckey's nut log?" And it was always me who would hand it to her. I was always so sleepy. After dad went to bed and my sister and I unpacked the car, we would stay up til morning savoring Stuckey's nuts until we couldn't stay awake anymore. I miss Stuckey's very much as I rarely see them on the highway anymore. I'm so glad I found the online store so I can buy Pecan Logs in bulk. I never get tired of those Stuckey's Logs.
Mark Tumblin wrote on November 6, 2019
We used to have them on I 15 in California in the 60's and 70's. Then they closed them all down and left the state. Loved their Pecan Logs!!!
We used to have them on I 15 in California in the 60's and 70's. Then they closed them all down and left the state. Loved their Pecan Logs!!!
Judy Durham wrote on November 6, 2019
We traveled a lot when I was a kid in the 1950s between Michigan and Tennessee. I don't know where the Stuckey's was located that I remember, but they had a huge glass wall on the inside of the building and there behind the glass was the most interesting bee hive I had ever seen!
We traveled a lot when I was a kid in the 1950s between Michigan and Tennessee. I don't know where the Stuckey's was located that I remember, but they had a huge glass wall on the inside of the building and there behind the glass was the most interesting bee hive I had ever seen!
Mary Burgess wrote on November 6, 2019
My Mom and Dad were from Kanas and Ark. so every year we would go back there from N. Calif the drive was long it seamed to take forever but the high light was Stuckey's for me I couldn't wait to see all great stuff they had from the souvenirs to the candy and soda I loved it Today I found a salt and pepper set from Wyoming with a Stuckey's sticker on it for $1.19 I know my mom had to of picked that out and bought it, it made me smile to remember those days Thank You for all the memories
My Mom and Dad were from Kanas and Ark. so every year we would go back there from N. Calif the drive was long it seamed to take forever but the high light was Stuckey's for me I couldn't wait to see all great stuff they had from the souvenirs to the candy and soda I loved it Today I found a salt and pepper set from Wyoming with a Stuckey's sticker on it for $1.19 I know my mom had to of picked that out and bought it, it made me smile to remember those days Thank You for all the memories
Wylene wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember every time we went on a trip we stopped at a stuckeys. I was at home in the 60's and I am looking for some of that luscious candy now! We had a store about half hour away but they closed years ago. Keep the web site open!
I remember every time we went on a trip we stopped at a stuckeys. I was at home in the 60's and I am looking for some of that luscious candy now! We had a store about half hour away but they closed years ago. Keep the web site open!
Bob Smith wrote on November 6, 2019
Somewhere in the early 80's my friend Trevor's mother would up managing a Stucky's outside of Van Horn Tx. One summer i went out there to work for them. What wonderful memories I have of all the people that were on the road traveling and the local regulars that would come by for a shake and a bugger. Even though we were not in town, it did not feel like we were. Everyone stopped by with a smile on their face. It was my first work experience away from home and such great fun. I still remember meeting this family from St Ingbert Germany. The thing about that is that is the same small town my grandmother is from. What a small world it is, even before the internet was around. I've look on google earth for that great little store in the middle of nowhere. But just can't find it. In my mind, it's still out there, somewhere and always will be. Hey Trevor hows radar. 🙂 Hope life has been good to you.
Somewhere in the early 80's my friend Trevor's mother would up managing a Stucky's outside of Van Horn Tx. One summer i went out there to work for them. What wonderful memories I have of all the people that were on the road traveling and the local regulars that would come by for a shake and a bugger. Even though we were not in town, it did not feel like we were. Everyone stopped by with a smile on their face. It was my first work experience away from home and such great fun. I still remember meeting this family from St Ingbert Germany. The thing about that is that is the same small town my grandmother is from. What a small world it is, even before the internet was around. I've look on google earth for that great little store in the middle of nowhere. But just can't find it. In my mind, it's still out there, somewhere and always will be. Hey Trevor hows radar. 🙂 Hope life has been good to you.
Lisa M wrote on November 6, 2019
"Our family used to take yearly road trips from Iowa to Florida during the Christmas school break. My little brother and I kept our eyes peeled for Stuckey's billboards, and that's when the begging would begin! ""Dad, can we stop at Stuckey's? Pleeeease?"" Though my dad was a ""drive on through, stop for nothin'"" kind of guy, we'd eventually wear him down (my mother helped a little) and oh boy, then the happy countdown of miles began! ""Only ten more miles! Only three more miles!"" Our favorites were the hard candy sticks in zillions of flavors (we were allowed five each), while my mother stocked up on pecan rolls. It's been almost 50 years, and I still look for those billboards when we travel. The excitement has never worn off!"
"Our family used to take yearly road trips from Iowa to Florida during the Christmas school break. My little brother and I kept our eyes peeled for Stuckey's billboards, and that's when the begging would begin! ""Dad, can we stop at Stuckey's? Pleeeease?""

Though my dad was a ""drive on through, stop for nothin'"" kind of guy, we'd eventually wear him down (my mother helped a little) and oh boy, then the happy countdown of miles began! ""Only ten more miles! Only three more miles!""

Our favorites were the hard candy sticks in zillions of flavors (we were allowed five each), while my mother stocked up on pecan rolls.

It's been almost 50 years, and I still look for those billboards when we travel. The excitement has never worn off!"
Reba Dyar wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember stopping at a Stuckeys store in the '50's when traveling to visit my Great Aunt in Rogersville, Tennessee. I was born in N.E. Georgia, and up until the middle '70's, we could find a Stuckeys. I live their Pecan Logs.
I remember stopping at a Stuckeys store in the '50's when traveling to visit my Great Aunt in Rogersville, Tennessee. I was born in N.E. Georgia, and up until the middle '70's, we could find a Stuckeys. I live their Pecan Logs.
Frank Thomas wrote on November 6, 2019
I can remember the times when we visited relatives in Illinois. My family would always stop at Stuckeys for gas and the pecan logs. I got to love it even more when you got a free box of divinity with an 8 gallon purchase. We always stopped there and when I got married and took the family to Colorado and a cross country trip to California, we seeked out the Stuckeys on the way. I also LOVED the souvenir shops there as well!
I can remember the times when we visited relatives in Illinois. My family would always stop at Stuckeys for gas and the pecan logs. I got to love it even more when you got a free box of divinity with an 8 gallon purchase. We always stopped there and when I got married and took the family to Colorado and a cross country trip to California, we seeked out the Stuckeys on the way. I also LOVED the souvenir shops there as well!
John Lambie wrote on November 6, 2019
Many fond memories of our family trips from Illinois down to our vacation home in Florida. All along US RT 65 we would stop a a Stuckeys, loved the small pecan pies, and remember all the novel signs and gimmicks. Miss those days.
Many fond memories of our family trips from Illinois down to our vacation home in Florida. All along US RT 65 we would stop a a Stuckeys, loved the small pecan pies, and remember all the novel signs and gimmicks. Miss those days.
Kat blodgett wrote on November 6, 2019
"We grew up in Las Vegas, NV. On Hwy 93/95 between Las Vegas and Henderson, was your store. We would go on family outings, long drives through the desert, sightseeing and exploring a few times a month. And Stuckeys was always on the way home. We lived right off the highway near your location. And we would stop for a treat/snack/food, never gas. Lol The city had grown now, and the old location is practically city center for Henderson now. Your store holds fun childhood memories for us And I wish my son could've shared in them."
"We grew up in Las Vegas, NV. On Hwy 93/95 between Las Vegas and Henderson, was your store. We would go on family outings, long drives through the desert, sightseeing and exploring a few times a month. And Stuckeys was always on the way home. We lived right off the highway near your location. And we would stop for a treat/snack/food, never gas. Lol The city had grown now, and the old location is practically city center for Henderson now. Your store holds fun childhood memories for us
And I wish my son could've shared in them."
wilma wrote on November 6, 2019
As a young girl my family always stopped at Stuckey 's along the way from Ok to Pa and back. It was always an enjoyable experience. I sure miss those days. Hope to find a Stuckey's to visit again one day
As a young girl my family always stopped at Stuckey 's along the way from Ok to Pa and back. It was always an enjoyable experience. I sure miss those days. Hope to find a Stuckey's to visit again one day