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Share your favorite Stuckey’s memory! Our guestbook is your opportunity to share those experiences with others.

Just about everybody has a Stuckey‘s story, recalling a time when they took road trips in the family station wagon and found “highway happiness” at one of our stores.

We would love to hear your most fond memories from yesterday or today, and we know others would love to share in your experiences as well. Please take a moment or two and post your comments in our guestbook.

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562 entries.
Janet J. Eisenberg from Wyncote wrote on December 19, 2023 at 2:56 pm
I get so excited just hearing or seeing the name "Stuckey's". Brings back so many memories! Whenever I've traveled thru the U.S. I've checked to see if there is a Stuckey's and have driven miles out of my way to get there. Once I saw a big Stuckey's sign while traveling on a train in Texas. I have some old memorabilia that I treasure -- a shirt, a magnet with an outdoor thermometer in it and, of course, photos of me taken at each Stuckey's. Sweet memories!
I get so excited just hearing or seeing the name "Stuckey's". Brings back so many memories! Whenever I've traveled thru the U.S. I've checked to see if there is a Stuckey's and have driven miles out of my way to get there. Once I saw a big Stuckey's sign while traveling on a train in Texas. I have some old memorabilia that I treasure -- a shirt, a magnet with an outdoor thermometer in it and, of course, photos of me taken at each Stuckey's. Sweet memories!... Collapse
Mary K. from Augusta wrote on December 16, 2023 at 6:47 am
I've made many trips between Georgia and New York. Always has to stop at Stuckys. Good memories.
I've made many trips between Georgia and New York. Always has to stop at Stuckys. Good memories.... Collapse
Randy Helsdon from London, Ontario wrote on December 15, 2023 at 8:04 pm
So many great childhood memories of traveling back and forth between Ontario, Canada and Arizona involve stopping at a Stuckeys!! Beyond happy to see you coming back.
So many great childhood memories of traveling back and forth between Ontario, Canada and Arizona involve stopping at a Stuckeys!! Beyond happy to see you coming back.... Collapse
Jeff Matheny from Middleburg wrote on December 12, 2023 at 12:02 am
I lived and worked at Stuckeys in Brunswick Ga, Yulee FL, Eastaboga AL, and New Madrid MO. I want a catalog. My address is 1787 Hollow Glen DR Middleburg FL 32068
I lived and worked at Stuckeys in Brunswick Ga, Yulee FL, Eastaboga AL, and New Madrid MO. I want a catalog. My address is 1787 Hollow Glen DR Middleburg FL 32068... Collapse
Gary Ray Black from Daphne wrote on December 11, 2023 at 8:12 am
I remember as a child traveling to Sturgis Michigan from Chickasaw Alabama many times with my grandparents and my mom, and we always looked forward to stopping at a Stuckey‘s on the way. We would drive through straight through most times, but Stuckey’s was a chance to not only refill our car’s gas tank, but to fill our stomachs gas tanks as well. Always clean, great snacks, great customer service, a valued memory from my childhood when traveling. Thank you so much Stephanie for reviving this great American tradition, we love you and support you all the way. Go Stuckey’s!!!!... Read more
I remember as a child traveling to Sturgis Michigan from Chickasaw Alabama many times with my grandparents and my mom, and we always looked forward to stopping at a Stuckey‘s on the way. We would drive through straight through most times, but Stuckey’s was a chance to not only refill our car’s gas tank, but to fill our stomachs gas tanks as well. Always clean, great snacks, great customer service, a valued memory from my childhood when traveling. Thank you so much Stephanie for reviving this great American tradition, we love you and support you all the way. Go Stuckey’s!!!! ❤️👍🇺🇸... Collapse
Elaine K Spires from McRae wrote on December 10, 2023 at 8:48 pm
Stuckey's was my first public job. Had to go to Dodge County Health Dept to get a worker's permit cause I was 15 years old. Worked there 1970, 1971, 1972, and my Senior year 1973. My great Aunt Ruby Shadburn was Candy plant supervisor and my grandmother worked there also. Loved those days. Praline patties and coconut patties I love ❤️
Stuckey's was my first public job. Had to go to Dodge County Health Dept to get a worker's permit cause I was 15 years old. Worked there 1970, 1971, 1972, and my Senior year 1973. My great Aunt Ruby Shadburn was Candy plant supervisor and my grandmother worked there also. Loved those days. Praline patties and coconut patties I love ❤️... Collapse
Richard from Mesa wrote on December 10, 2023 at 4:33 pm
I used to live at a Stuckey's. My parents ran the Stuckey's and there's a a apartment slash house in the back. I was in kindergarten however I remember climbing on the gas trucks and watching as they mop the floors. This was in LaSalle Peru IL not sure if there's still stuck he's there or not
I used to live at a Stuckey's. My parents ran the Stuckey's and there's a a apartment slash house in the back. I was in kindergarten however I remember climbing on the gas trucks and watching as they mop the floors. This was in LaSalle Peru IL not sure if there's still stuck he's there or not... Collapse
Daniel from Snohomish wrote on December 9, 2023 at 6:40 pm
We drove across country from Maryland to California. Mom, Dad my brother and I. Mom would see the signs and read them out loud. Stuckey’s 10 miles, Stuckeys 5 miles, Stuckeys 1 mile, Stuckeys next exit. My Dad would drive right by 😂😂😂 Act like he didn’t hear her. Of course she would yell at him until he turned around and went back. We all loved Stuckey’s.
We drove across country from Maryland to California. Mom, Dad my brother and I. Mom would see the signs and read them out loud. Stuckey’s 10 miles, Stuckeys 5 miles, Stuckeys 1 mile, Stuckeys next exit. My Dad would drive right by 😂😂😂 Act like he didn’t hear her. Of course she would yell at him until he turned around and went back. We all loved Stuckey’s.... Collapse
Ed Peel from Canton, OH wrote on December 8, 2023 at 3:36 pm
I remember traveling back in the '60s-'70s to Missouri to see my Grandparents stopping at a Stuckeys for the pecan logs and green apple candy sticks. We, my sister and I, would be in the back seat of our blue Ford Country Squire happy as could be.
I remember traveling back in the '60s-'70s to Missouri to see my Grandparents stopping at a Stuckeys for the pecan logs and green apple candy sticks. We, my sister and I, would be in the back seat of our blue Ford Country Squire happy as could be.... Collapse
Denise Weis from Lebanon wrote on December 6, 2023 at 7:02 am
Me and my parents traveled on vacation every year via travel trailer and our favorite stops for breakfast was stuckeys. They had the best breakfast anywhere! I say if you branded it as a come back and made it like it was then with the same look and everything it would take off big time. Retro is all the rage. And good food at a reasonable cost is awesome. It would put Waffle House out of business!!!!
Me and my parents traveled on vacation every year via travel trailer and our favorite stops for breakfast was stuckeys. They had the best breakfast anywhere! I say if you branded it as a come back and made it like it was then with the same look and everything it would take off big time. Retro is all the rage. And good food at a reasonable cost is awesome. It would put Waffle House out of business!!!!... Collapse
leon Jackson from El Dorado wrote on November 27, 2023 at 4:25 pm
WE DID A LOT OF DRAG RACING AROUND THE COUNTRY, AND WE COULD ALWAYS FIND TEXACO PREMIUM GASOLINE AND GREAT FOOD. THE CREW WAS ALWAYS HUNGRY AS WAS THE TRUCK. THEY WERE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR THE BIG STUCKEYS SIGN.
WE DID A LOT OF DRAG RACING AROUND THE COUNTRY, AND WE COULD ALWAYS FIND TEXACO PREMIUM GASOLINE AND GREAT FOOD. THE CREW WAS ALWAYS HUNGRY AS WAS THE TRUCK. THEY WERE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR THE BIG STUCKEYS SIGN.... Collapse
Allan Ballard from Atlanta / Druid Hills wrote on November 20, 2023 at 8:07 pm
Lookin for me some Stuckys close to home.. I’m familiar with stops along the highway to the south.. I’m glad to see Stuckys getting attention - it’s a classic with great sweets.:)
Lookin for me some Stuckys close to home.. I’m familiar with stops along the highway to the south.. I’m glad to see Stuckys getting attention - it’s a classic with great sweets.:)... Collapse
GARY CAMP from Millsboro, Delaware wrote on November 18, 2023 at 11:24 am
In the early 1960's, my family began annually vacationing in St. Petersburg Florida. Driving from NYC to Florida, my sister and I as well as Mom and Dad always were on the lookout for the next Stuckey's. There was no other place where Dad could fill the gas tank, and we could use the rest rooms and get the marvelously thick shakes where the straws would stand up in the middle of the cup. My sister and I share these wonderful memories. Thank you Stuckey's!
In the early 1960's, my family began annually vacationing in St. Petersburg Florida. Driving from NYC to Florida, my sister and I as well as Mom and Dad always were on the lookout for the next Stuckey's. There was no other place where Dad could fill the gas tank, and we could use the rest rooms and get the marvelously thick shakes where the straws would stand up in the middle of the cup. My sister and I share these wonderful memories. Thank you Stuckey's!... Collapse
Joel Brown from Gainesville wrote on November 14, 2023 at 8:56 am
My dad was in the military when I was a little boy and were stationed in the southeastern part of the US. Our native home was Florida so we had to take long drives back to see family. Our favorite stop was coming into Florida and stopping into Stuckey’s to get a pecan log roll. We didn’t have much money then put dad splurged to make our day. You are part of that wonderful memory. Thank you!
My dad was in the military when I was a little boy and were stationed in the southeastern part of the US. Our native home was Florida so we had to take long drives back to see family. Our favorite stop was coming into Florida and stopping into Stuckey’s to get a pecan log roll. We didn’t have much money then put dad splurged to make our day. You are part of that wonderful memory. Thank you!... Collapse
George Anthony from Richland wrote on November 12, 2023 at 11:14 pm
My first job was at stuckeys in pelahatchie....loved that place.....still to this day...I have to stop at one when I see you....great happy memories and great items they sell
My first job was at stuckeys in pelahatchie....loved that place.....still to this day...I have to stop at one when I see you....great happy memories and great items they sell... Collapse