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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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
siteadmin wrote on November 6, 2019
Those stores along 301 closed many years ago, like in the movie "Cars", when the interstates came along it really made it hard for those stores to survive.
Those stores along 301 closed many years ago, like in the movie "Cars", when the interstates came along it really made it hard for those stores to survive.
N. Hommer wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember in the early 70's moving from WI to CA and stopping at every Stuckey's along the way. Thank you for making a 3 day move enjoyable. I love all their candy but the Pecan Logs are the best. There was still one Stuckey's in Vacaville CA but it burned down in the 90's. Just the name Stuckey's brings back such good memories. I really miss them. I hope they thrive and come out west again.
I remember in the early 70's moving from WI to CA and stopping at every Stuckey's along the way. Thank you for making a 3 day move enjoyable. I love all their candy but the Pecan Logs are the best. There was still one Stuckey's in Vacaville CA but it burned down in the 90's. Just the name Stuckey's brings back such good memories. I really miss them. I hope they thrive and come out west again.
MARYANN wrote on November 6, 2019
I remember Stuckey's going down the I-75 to Florida and now, even as an adult still love THEM to pieces. Still love the sugar coated pecans which I hope they still sell
I remember Stuckey's going down the I-75 to Florida and now, even as an adult still love THEM to pieces. Still love the sugar coated pecans which I hope they still sell
Susan Butler Doyle wrote on November 6, 2019
My grandparents, Al and Maggie Butler lived in Eastman, Ga. My grandmother Maggie had a sister .. who I believe was married to Billy Stuckey?? I remember going to the Stuckey Candy plant as a young girl. If you read this and knew the Stuckey family please reach out to me at sdoyle@bcps.org
My grandparents, Al and Maggie Butler lived in Eastman, Ga. My grandmother Maggie had a sister .. who I believe was married to Billy Stuckey?? I remember going to the Stuckey Candy plant as a young girl. If you read this and knew the Stuckey family please reach out to me at sdoyle@bcps.org
Terri wrote on November 6, 2019
I grew up in Stuckey's stores as my parents were managers in 3 stores over 8 years. 2 in Michigan and 1 in Illinois. Turned out to be my 1st job. Couldn't beat the sugar & spice pecans!
I grew up in Stuckey's stores as my parents were managers in 3 stores over 8 years. 2 in Michigan and 1 in Illinois. Turned out to be my 1st job. Couldn't beat the sugar & spice pecans!
June Pierce wrote on November 6, 2019
In the 1950's, My mom and her "girl friends" would make an annual Christmas shopping trip from Jonesboro AR to Memphis. One of their regular stops was the Stuckeys near Marion, AR. She would always bring us back a pecan roll to share. Our once a year treat. It is still my favorite candy.
In the 1950's, My mom and her "girl friends" would make an annual Christmas shopping trip from Jonesboro AR to Memphis. One of their regular stops was the Stuckeys near Marion, AR. She would always bring us back a pecan roll to share. Our once a year treat. It is still my favorite candy.
Sheree wrote on November 6, 2019
Stopped at the Rockport Stuckey's. Haven't been in one in over 45 years. Still remember the pecan logs and how my mom always had to have one. Then it was carefully rationed out. Bought two small pecan logs and ate them both in quick order. A different taste than I recall from childhood, but still worth the walk down memory lane.
Stopped at the Rockport Stuckey's. Haven't been in one in over 45 years. Still remember the pecan logs and how my mom always had to have one. Then it was carefully rationed out. Bought two small pecan logs and ate them both in quick order. A different taste than I recall from childhood, but still worth the walk down memory lane.
Sandy wrote on November 6, 2019
My memory is going to one in Colorado. Those pecan rolls, and Rocky Mountains made a big impression to a kid!
My memory is going to one in Colorado. Those pecan rolls, and Rocky Mountains made a big impression to a kid!
Mo M. wrote on November 6, 2019
Some of my fondest childhood memories are of traveling around the country and stopping at Stuckey's. We always made my father stop at a Stuckey's. While Stuckey's is famous for the peanut brittle and pecan, another great memory was the Stuckey's souvenir cigar. In fact, my first cigar was Stuckey's!!! Now as an adult, I am disappoint that we don't have a Stuckey's in McKinney, TX. Please bring Stuckey's to McKinney so that I might relive my childhood.
Some of my fondest childhood memories are of traveling around the country and stopping at Stuckey's. We always made my father stop at a Stuckey's. While Stuckey's is famous for the peanut brittle and pecan, another great memory was the Stuckey's souvenir cigar. In fact, my first cigar was Stuckey's!!! Now as an adult, I am disappoint that we don't have a Stuckey's in McKinney, TX. Please bring Stuckey's to McKinney so that I might relive my childhood.
Foster Wallace wrote on November 6, 2019
I am 65 and my father's family was from Knoxville,TN. Before I-75 was built we, 6 kids and parents, would travel down Rt. 25 or Rt.27. We would occasionally stop for gas and food. I can remember our most favorite was STUCKEY'S. I would get a papaya drink and of course the PECAN LOG. I don't see any STUCKEY'S but look for them whenever I travel South. When we get together we always recall those trips, especially stopping at STUCKEY'S because dad wouldn't stop just anywhere. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.
I am 65 and my father's family was from Knoxville,TN. Before I-75 was built we, 6 kids and parents, would travel down Rt. 25 or Rt.27. We would occasionally stop for gas and food. I can remember our most favorite was STUCKEY'S. I would get a papaya drink and of course the PECAN LOG. I don't see any STUCKEY'S but look for them whenever I travel South. When we get together we always recall those trips, especially stopping at STUCKEY'S because dad wouldn't stop just anywhere. KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK.
Tammy McNeill wrote on November 6, 2019
My parent were traveling managers and trained alot of managers. We traveled to all of them at one time or another for their work. We lived in three of them too. Martin, Michigan and Rosebush Michigan were our longest assignments. I grew up in Stuckey's Stores. Great memories.
My parent were traveling managers and trained alot of managers. We traveled to all of them at one time or another for their work. We lived in three of them too. Martin, Michigan and Rosebush Michigan were our longest assignments. I grew up in Stuckey's Stores. Great memories.
Rodney Pryor wrote on November 6, 2019
My wife and I were heading down to Frisco Texas from Oklahoma city on I35 south and we saw a new Stuckeys sing that said Exit 15 we could not believe it !! I told her we are going to have to stop and get gas and see if this is the real Stuckeys and it was the employee said the store opened 3 days ago and it was one of the original stores and what a awesome experience it was to see it and to see all the Stuckeys merchandise that we grew up with Thanks for bringing back such great memories and America needs this and Stuckeys
My wife and I were heading down to Frisco Texas from Oklahoma city on I35 south and we saw a new Stuckeys sing that said Exit 15 we could not believe it !! I told her we are going to have to stop and get gas and see if this is the real Stuckeys and it was the employee said the store opened 3 days ago and it was one of the original stores and what a awesome experience it was to see it and to see all the Stuckeys merchandise that we grew up with Thanks for bringing back such great memories and America needs this and Stuckeys
M. wrote on November 6, 2019
"As a child, we would stop at a Virginia Stuckey's on the way to the beach house. Stuckey's treats were such a delight. Sadly, after recently receiving an online order, I understand why their stores closed and the company is failing. The quality of their products is now simply awful and their customer service is worse. Keep your memories and your $$. Don't buy from this site. M"
"As a child, we would stop at a Virginia Stuckey's on the way to the beach house. Stuckey's treats were such a delight.
Sadly, after recently receiving an online order, I understand why their stores closed and the company is failing. The quality of their products is now simply awful and their customer service is worse.
Keep your memories and your $$. Don't buy from this site.
M"
Frederick wrote on November 6, 2019
My dad was in the military so we traveled across the country a lot, from Kansas, the Dakotas, to North Carolina to Texas. I always remembered stopping at Stuckey's for food and gas. Our job as kids was to look for the signs to Stuckey's and let dad know how far the next one was. Great childhood memories and still get excited with flashbacks when me and my kids travel today . . .
My dad was in the military so we traveled across the country a lot, from Kansas, the Dakotas, to North Carolina to Texas. I always remembered stopping at Stuckey's for food and gas. Our job as kids was to look for the signs to Stuckey's and let dad know how far the next one was. Great childhood memories and still get excited with flashbacks when me and my kids travel today . . .
Deck Hughes wrote on November 6, 2019
We used to stop at a Stuckey's enroute to Florida every year in Statesboro, GA on US 301 and then we would stop at one in Hilliard, FL for breakfast every year, also on US 301. Are those Stucky's still there? They were good stops for us throughout the 1970s and early 1980s.
We used to stop at a Stuckey's enroute to Florida every year in Statesboro, GA on US 301 and then we would stop at one in Hilliard, FL for breakfast every year, also on US 301. Are those Stucky's still there? They were good stops for us throughout the 1970s and early 1980s.
Robert Turner wrote on November 6, 2019
I worked at Stuckeys for 2 years while in high school and enjoyed the experience greatly. Met lot of interesting people and pumped a lot if gas from 25 to 35 cents a gallon. Yes it was in the early 70's. Was so disappointed when they closed down. I at least like, today get to enjoy a Stuckeys product or two on occasion. I used to have a book describing the history of Stuckeys pecan plantation and stores but have not seen it when I moved out of my parents home many years ago. If anyone knows where I could find one I'd be interested in purchasing it. Maybe I'll make it out to Eastman Georgia one these years and check them out. Lot of good memories
I worked at Stuckeys for 2 years while in high school and enjoyed the experience greatly. Met lot of interesting people and pumped a lot if gas from 25 to 35 cents a gallon. Yes it was in the early 70's. Was so disappointed when they closed down. I at least like, today get to enjoy a Stuckeys product or two on occasion. I used to have a book describing the history of Stuckeys pecan plantation and stores but have not seen it when I moved out of my parents home many years ago. If anyone knows where I could find one I'd be interested in purchasing it. Maybe I'll make it out to Eastman Georgia one these years and check them out. Lot of good memories
Leslie C wrote on November 6, 2019
Driving on family trips from California to Texas to visit mom's family, there were always many stops at Stuckey's!! It became a family "joke" to say we needed to stop for a milk shake to hold us over til dinner! Recently driving through Texas and encountered Stuckey's products at a truck stop!! The pecan roll and divinity are my favorites! Thank you for the stroll down memory lane!!! I will be back!
Driving on family trips from California to Texas to visit mom's family, there were always many stops at Stuckey's!! It became a family "joke" to say we needed to stop for a milk shake to hold us over til dinner! Recently driving through Texas and encountered Stuckey's products at a truck stop!! The pecan roll and divinity are my favorites! Thank you for the stroll down memory lane!!! I will be back!
Teresa Andrews-Koep wrote on November 6, 2019
When we travled as a family we would always stop at Stuckey's. I still remember the pecan roll. My grandma would buy little treats for us. It was a treat to stop at Stuckey's.
When we travled as a family we would always stop at Stuckey's. I still remember the pecan roll. My grandma would buy little treats for us. It was a treat to stop at Stuckey's.
Linda Kay wrote on November 6, 2019
Back in the mid 1950's when I was around 10 years old, my parents would load me and my two brothers into our Chevrolet station wagon and begin our journey to visit relatives in Tampa, Florida. As we drove south from Pennsylvania we began the search for the first Stuckey's of the trip. My mother was hooked on the Pecan Log Rolls and the rest of us loved the Pecan Pralines and just about everything else in the store! We stopped at every Stuckey's we encountered and stocked up on all the precious pecan candies we could. Mother also fell in love with the alligator purses for sale in the stores. They would never be offered for sale in this day and age, but they certainly were in the fifties. Mother bought one for herself and one smaller (fashioned for little girls) for me. Do you remember the ones with the alligator head on the front of the purse and then the rest of the alligator would be on the reverse side? We just loved them and I still have my Mother's purse but have no idea where my little prize ended up! There were so many things about the memories associated with our stops at each Stuckey's and they will remain in my heart and soul forever. It was all part of our lives as we travelled south and then home to Pennsylvania again. After each trip to Florida we would begin dreaming about the next one and all the while knowing it would include numerous stops at each Stuckey's! Thanks for all the memories!!
Back in the mid 1950's when I was around 10 years old, my parents would load me and my two brothers into our Chevrolet station wagon and begin our journey to visit relatives in Tampa, Florida. As we drove south from Pennsylvania we began the search for the first Stuckey's of the trip. My mother was hooked on the Pecan Log Rolls and the rest of us loved the Pecan Pralines and just about everything else in the store! We stopped at every Stuckey's we encountered and stocked up on all the precious pecan candies we could. Mother also fell in love with the alligator purses for sale in the stores. They would never be offered for sale in this day and age, but they certainly were in the fifties. Mother bought one for herself and one smaller (fashioned for little girls) for me. Do you remember the ones with the alligator head on the front of the purse and then the rest of the alligator would be on the reverse side? We just loved them and I still have my Mother's purse but have no idea where my little prize ended up! There were so many things about the memories associated with our stops at each Stuckey's and they will remain in my heart and soul forever. It was all part of our lives as we travelled south and then home to Pennsylvania again. After each trip to Florida we would begin dreaming about the next one and all the while knowing it would include numerous stops at each Stuckey's! Thanks for all the memories!!
Lynette wrote on November 6, 2019
When I was a young child in the late fifties, early 60s, we were a financially poor family. When we did travel, we always got to stop at Stuckey's. The only reason we got to stop, was so my Mama could get her pecan log. we are traveling right now, and looking for a Stuckey's to stop and get her one now. She has Alzheimer's, but I know she will remember her pecan log, and it will put a smile on her face. My sisters and brothers and I would get to spend our well earned quarter allowance. Stuckey's brings back wonderful childhood memories. My brother and sister are gone now, but we still have pictures that we took out in front of Stuckey's.
When I was a young child in the late fifties, early 60s, we were a financially poor family. When we did travel, we always got to stop at Stuckey's. The only reason we got to stop, was so my Mama could get her pecan log. we are traveling right now, and looking for a Stuckey's to stop and get her one now. She has Alzheimer's, but I know she will remember her pecan log, and it will put a smile on her face. My sisters and brothers and I would get to spend our well earned quarter allowance. Stuckey's brings back wonderful childhood memories. My brother and sister are gone now, but we still have pictures that we took out in front of Stuckey's.
Suzanne wrote on November 6, 2019
We were a military family and always traveling from where my dad was stationed to Houston, TX to visit relatives. Our major stop was always the Stuckey's on the road. It was our favorite stop. My brother, sister and I always loved the Knicks knacks you found, my brother even bought some classic 45's that I still have today and enjoy listening to. My mom and I always fought over the pecan log roll until she mad me start getting my own. Was and still is my favorite candy.
We were a military family and always traveling from where my dad was stationed to Houston, TX to visit relatives. Our major stop was always the Stuckey's on the road. It was our favorite stop. My brother, sister and I always loved the Knicks knacks you found, my brother even bought some classic 45's that I still have today and enjoy listening to. My mom and I always fought over the pecan log roll until she mad me start getting my own. Was and still is my favorite candy.
Karen Wydeven wrote on November 6, 2019
"Growing up in the 1960's and '70's, my family drove from WI to FL several times. Dad had a Texaco credit card so we stopped for gas and our free pecan log roll with 8 gallon purchase! I haven't seen a Stuckey's for years. Happy to know you still exist!"
"Growing up in the 1960's and '70's, my family drove from WI to FL several times. Dad had a Texaco credit card so we stopped for gas and our free pecan log roll with 8 gallon purchase!
I haven't seen a Stuckey's for years. Happy to know you still exist!"
Terry Brill wrote on November 6, 2019
My partner is a Stuckey and we always look for the hats to return. Might be hard to find the cotton with shorter bill on the hat again. He still wears the raggedy old one. The logo is about to expire and take flight, thinking of displaying under a glass bell. Please bring the Stuckey's - short billed denim hats with embroidered logo, bring the hats back so we can stock up!! Oh, and LOVE, Love, LOVE . . .your Pecan Rolls!!!
My partner is a Stuckey and we always look for the hats to return. Might be hard to find the cotton with shorter bill on the hat again. He still wears the raggedy old one. The logo is about to expire and take flight, thinking of displaying under a glass bell. Please bring the Stuckey's - short billed denim hats with embroidered logo, bring the hats back so we can stock up!! Oh, and LOVE, Love, LOVE . . .your Pecan Rolls!!!
Robert Harrison wrote on November 6, 2019
My grandmother would drive us from New York State to Myrtle Beach, SC during the late 1960's. Stuckey's always was fun to get coconut patties and pralines' and Hermit crabs live and shells.
My grandmother would drive us from New York State to Myrtle Beach, SC during the late 1960's. Stuckey's always was fun to get coconut patties and pralines' and Hermit crabs live and shells.
Timothy Stuckey wrote on November 6, 2019
Well I remember the Stuckey's store in Savannah Ga along time ago and the one @ Gardens Corner S.C. My family and I have stopped in for a short break on our way to my wifes home town and enjoyed your store.
Well I remember the Stuckey's store in Savannah Ga along time ago and the one @ Gardens Corner S.C. My family and I have stopped in for a short break on our way to my wifes home town and enjoyed your store.
Dave Mitchell wrote on November 6, 2019
"As a child, my parents were fortunate enough to take our family traveling throughout the country. Many times our stops were at Stuckey's! Many times to eat, or just to stretch as we wandered through the store. Many times we would buy games to play in our travels. But we always purchased a pecan log. Later on as my wife and I were bringing up our family, Stuckey's became our place to stop as well however, most of the stores that were in NY state are now closed. The last was in Tully."
"As a child, my parents were fortunate enough to take our family traveling throughout the country. Many times our stops were at Stuckey's! Many times to eat, or just to stretch as we wandered through the store. Many times we would buy games to play in our travels. But we always purchased a pecan log.
Later on as my wife and I were bringing up our family, Stuckey's became our place to stop as well however, most of the stores that were in NY state are now closed. The last was in Tully."
Michael Fulghum wrote on November 6, 2019
My Dad used to sell insurance to Mr. Stuckey back in the 40's or 50's and he used to tell me how nice he was and he would bring some pecan rolls home and sometime we get some for Christmas !! Always loved stopping at a Stuckey's store on the way to Florida to see our kin.. God Bless and Merry Christmas
My Dad used to sell insurance to Mr. Stuckey back in the 40's or 50's and he used to tell me how nice he was and he would bring some pecan rolls home and sometime we get some for Christmas !! Always loved stopping at a Stuckey's store on the way to Florida to see our kin.. God Bless and Merry Christmas
Joanne Buus wrote on November 6, 2019
We used to drive to Scottsboro AL from Chicago area every summer, leaving super early in the morning,,, I can remember we would always stop at Stuckeys on RT 41 near Terre Haute IN to have 99 cent breakfast but my sister hated eggs so she would order a hot dog and fries. The silly little things that mean so much to us now...
We used to drive to Scottsboro AL from Chicago area every summer, leaving super early in the morning,,, I can remember we would always stop at Stuckeys on RT 41 near Terre Haute IN to have 99 cent breakfast but my sister hated eggs so she would order a hot dog and fries. The silly little things that mean so much to us now...
Paul wrote on November 6, 2019
"Remember going in them with my mom and dad in the 60s in Georgia when going to see my grandparent s in alabama Remember the minor bird and the wax statute machines"
"Remember going in them with my mom and dad in the 60s in Georgia when going to see my grandparent s in alabama

Remember the minor bird and the wax statute machines"
jessica dawn sitman wrote on November 6, 2019
Stopped at these stores all over the USA. When I was a kid it just wasn't vacation until we had loaded up on delicious pecan products and souvenirs. Put one in New Mexico. Like maybe outside Santa Fe....
Stopped at these stores all over the USA. When I was a kid it just wasn't vacation until we had loaded up on delicious pecan products and souvenirs. Put one in New Mexico. Like maybe outside Santa Fe....
Tom S. wrote on November 6, 2019
"This is a follow on to Robert's comment on the Stuckey's message display system. My recollection of using it was in the summer of 1967. We were traveling from Ohio to Colorado to vacation at a Dude Ranch. My father sent a message to his brother, who had left a day after us, we did get his response later that day. I was 10 at the time. It's also probably worth mentioning that my father and uncle are Engineers. So of course they were intrigued."
"This is a follow on to Robert's comment on the Stuckey's message display system. My recollection of using it was in the summer of 1967. We were traveling from Ohio to Colorado to vacation at a Dude Ranch. My father sent a message to his brother, who had left a day after us, we did get his response later that day. I was 10 at the time.

It's also probably worth mentioning that my father and uncle are Engineers. So of course they were intrigued."
Lynda wrote on November 6, 2019
travelling witth my grandparents in 1967 from British Columbia down the West Coast through Wash-ington, Oregon, California to Arizona. We tried to always stop at a Stuckeys to get unusual local souveniers and the AWESOME Pecan Rolls at every stop! I was so heartbroken when Stuckeys disappeared from the West Coast!!
travelling witth my grandparents in 1967 from British Columbia down the West Coast through Wash-ington, Oregon, California to Arizona. We tried to always stop at a Stuckeys to get unusual local souveniers and the AWESOME Pecan Rolls at every stop! I was so heartbroken when Stuckeys disappeared from the West Coast!!
David Newport wrote on November 6, 2019
"Your find-a-Stuckey's thing doesn't work very well on my phone. Would it kill ya just to put a state by state LIST on your website???"
"Your find-a-Stuckey's thing doesn't work very well on my phone.
Would it kill ya just to put a state by state LIST on your website???"
Amy Stuckey Gilbert wrote on November 6, 2019
loved seeing all the Stuckey signs on the interstate while traveling. I'm a distant cousin.
loved seeing all the Stuckey signs on the interstate while traveling. I'm a distant cousin.
Andrea S wrote on November 6, 2019
My favorite memory of Stuckey's is when our family would drive from southern California to Chicago via Route 66. We would make our Dad stop at every Stuckey's along the way. My favorite picture is of my brothers and sister in front of Stuckey's at the Continental Divide in New Mexico.
My favorite memory of Stuckey's is when our family would drive from southern California to Chicago via Route 66. We would make our Dad stop at every Stuckey's along the way. My favorite picture is of my brothers and sister in front of Stuckey's at the Continental Divide in New Mexico.
Mark Scheidegger wrote on November 6, 2019
Happy, happy childhood memories of Stuckey's from our family road trips between NJ and NC. I will never forget the taste of those Pecan Logs. Thank you!!
Happy, happy childhood memories of Stuckey's from our family road trips between NJ and NC. I will never forget the taste of those Pecan Logs. Thank you!!
Dee Reed wrote on November 6, 2019
"My father is now retired military. As a youngster we were constantly traveling across this country for family and military reasons. There were 4 of us kids packed into our car. Stuckey's was like a savior to us kids! We would always stop at Stuckey's! We welcomed being able to get out, stretch our legs and take a break from traveling and eat some good grub and Stuckey's treats! Us kids were allowed to buy little mementos as well! As an adult I also would stop at Stuckey's until they went away. There are none here in my home state of NM anymore.....but in 2015 on my travels across country, I noticed one in Missouri with a cookin' made from scratch restaurant. I didn't stop but here in 2016 I did, both going and coming home! I loved it! So welcoming. The food smelled great and I wish I could've had time to stop and eat!"
"My father is now retired military. As a youngster we were constantly traveling across this country for family and military reasons.
There were 4 of us kids packed into our car.
Stuckey's was like a savior to us kids! We would always stop at Stuckey's!
We welcomed being able to get out, stretch our legs and take a break from traveling and eat some good grub and Stuckey's treats!
Us kids were allowed to buy little mementos as well!
As an adult I also would stop at Stuckey's until they went away. There are none here in my home state of NM anymore.....but in 2015 on my travels across country, I noticed one in Missouri with a cookin' made from scratch restaurant. I didn't stop but here in 2016 I did, both going and coming home! I loved it! So welcoming. The food smelled great and I wish I could've had time to stop and eat!"
chlowenberg wrote on November 6, 2019
So many memories of watching the road signs teasing you of how many more miles until Stuckey's. Love the surprise sack and saving the log role as long as I could. I miss having the experience for my children driving down they long Texas roads. Thank you for your web sight to be able to order the treasures y'all make. Cathy
So many memories of watching the road signs teasing you of how many more miles until Stuckey's. Love the surprise sack and saving the log role as long as I could. I miss having the experience for my children driving down they long Texas roads. Thank you for your web sight to be able to order the treasures y'all make. Cathy
Scott Boyle wrote on November 6, 2019
In Michigan, thee were any number of these we would go by on our way up north. We would be in a campground, while dad and his friend tried to catch fish. On the way home, we passed by Stuckey's again. We knew better than to ask twice to stop at the places other kid's parents stopped at coming from up north. Ergo, I never set foot in one. Never tasted the candy. We were only allowed the fish dad and his friend caught to have to eat on vacation. My childhood sucked. I would love to try one of these. 🙁
In Michigan, thee were any number of these we would go by on our way up north. We would be in a campground, while dad and his friend tried to catch fish. On the way home, we passed by Stuckey's again. We knew better than to ask twice to stop at the places other kid's parents stopped at coming from up north. Ergo, I never set foot in one. Never tasted the candy. We were only allowed the fish dad and his friend caught to have to eat on vacation. My childhood sucked. I would love to try one of these. 🙁
Sharon wrote on November 6, 2019
Every year our family took a vacation to Florida. We would always stop at Stuckey's to fill up and to get our favorite candy the pecan divinity. My mom just loved the candy and after she let us try it we loved it too. Back then candy was a real treat and something we really only had on vacation. Even to this day my sister and I always reminisce about this part of our childhood! It is funny how the taste of that candy can bring back such good memories.
Every year our family took a vacation to Florida. We would always stop at Stuckey's to fill up and to get our favorite candy the pecan divinity. My mom just loved the candy and after she let us try it we loved it too. Back then candy was a real treat and something we really only had on vacation. Even to this day my sister and I always reminisce about this part of our childhood! It is funny how the taste of that candy can bring back such good memories.
Phil Palm wrote on November 6, 2019
Back in the 70s, I was traveling across Illinois and drove into a serious thunderstorm. I stopped off at a Stuckey's for a hot dog, and was one of a half dozen customers in the store. The wind picked up outside, and the staff asked us to go into the back room with them and away from the windows because of the weather. The storm passed overhead and shook the windows violently, but they held on. A few minutes later, the worst of the storm passed, so we all emerged from the back room, a little worried, but all safe. The hot dog was delicious as well.
Back in the 70s, I was traveling across Illinois and drove into a serious thunderstorm. I stopped off at a Stuckey's for a hot dog, and was one of a half dozen customers in the store. The wind picked up outside, and the staff asked us to go into the back room with them and away from the windows because of the weather. The storm passed overhead and shook the windows violently, but they held on. A few minutes later, the worst of the storm passed, so we all emerged from the back room, a little worried, but all safe. The hot dog was delicious as well.
TINA JACKSON wrote on November 6, 2019
OMG... WHAT CAN I SAY... THE STUCKEY'S PECAN ROLL WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF DRIVING FROM SAN DIEGO, CA TO EAST TEXAS! TAKING A GREYHOUND BUS TO TEXAS FOR SUMMER TRIPS. STUCKEY'S WAS ONE OF THE STOPS AND MY MOM WOULD ALWAYS BE SURE WE GOT OUR TREAT...THE PECAN ROLL! MY SISTER AND I WERE EXCITED FOR THE TRIP...BUT EVEN MORE FOR THE ROLL WE WERE GOING TO GET ONCE WE HIT THE TEXAS STATE LINE! I SAW THE ADD ON FACEBOOK... AND WOW... THE MEMORIES THAT THE FB FAMILY HAS COMMENTED ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH STUCKEY'S!! IF YOU'VE NEVER HAD THE STUCKEY'S EXPERIENCE...YOU HAVE NO 8DEA WHAT YOU'VE MISSED! STUCKEY'S... THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE LOVE THAT EVERY ONE OF US HAVE FELT BY HAVING ANY OF YOUE SWEET TREATS! NOW THAT I'VE FOUND THIS WEBSITE.... WELL YOU KNOW! LOLOLOL
OMG... WHAT CAN I SAY... THE STUCKEY'S PECAN ROLL WAS THE HIGHLIGHT OF DRIVING FROM SAN DIEGO, CA TO EAST TEXAS! TAKING A GREYHOUND BUS TO TEXAS FOR SUMMER TRIPS. STUCKEY'S WAS ONE OF THE STOPS AND MY MOM WOULD ALWAYS BE SURE WE GOT OUR TREAT...THE PECAN ROLL! MY SISTER AND I WERE EXCITED FOR THE TRIP...BUT EVEN MORE FOR THE ROLL WE WERE GOING TO GET ONCE WE HIT THE TEXAS STATE LINE! I SAW THE ADD ON FACEBOOK... AND WOW... THE MEMORIES THAT THE FB FAMILY HAS COMMENTED ABOUT THEIR EXPERIENCE WITH STUCKEY'S!! IF YOU'VE NEVER HAD THE STUCKEY'S EXPERIENCE...YOU HAVE NO 8DEA WHAT YOU'VE MISSED! STUCKEY'S... THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE LOVE THAT EVERY ONE OF US HAVE FELT BY HAVING ANY OF YOUE SWEET TREATS! NOW THAT I'VE FOUND THIS WEBSITE.... WELL YOU KNOW! LOLOLOL