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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Nikki Kasper wrote on November 6, 2019
"Thank goodness Stuckey's is still around - although I had no idea you were! I recall as a child, stopping at Stuckey's in several locations between Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. We traveled from Texas and Arizona to Colorado each November for deer hunting; this was also one of our road trip vacations each year - I think from 1965-1976 or so. I remember seeing the road-side billboards declaring ""9 more miles to Stuckey's!"" or the like. Each sign caused more anticipation in the car - and it was an early teaching moment as well. When we'd finally get to Stuckey's, my Mama and I would hit the bathroom - whew! And after that, we'd walk up and down each aisle, looking at all the beautiful packaging of those sweet treats! I remember Mama saying 'We're only going to get divinity - I can't afford to buy it all!' Mama would share a heavenly bite with me - makes my mouth water thinking of it still. Back in the car we'd go, on to our next destination! Imagine my surprise as an adult, to see a Stuckey's near the New York/Ohio border in Pennsylvania! My husband and I lived in the Chicago area back in the 80s and 90s and we had traveled by car to a hockey camp in Sarnia, Ontario. Coming back through the States on our return to Chicago, we stumbled upon a Stuckey's and stopped. This was around 1992 I think - I was then 32, and had children aged 9, 5 and 2. This Stuckey's had a DQ grill inside and they were open - at 630am!!! We stopped and relived my childhood while we had breakfast. This time I was able to buy both divinity AND a pecan log roll for my husband.... Read more
"Thank goodness Stuckey's is still around - although I had no idea you were!
I recall as a child, stopping at Stuckey's in several locations between Texas, Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona. We traveled from Texas and Arizona to Colorado each November for deer hunting; this was also one of our road trip vacations each year - I think from 1965-1976 or so.

I remember seeing the road-side billboards declaring ""9 more miles to Stuckey's!"" or the like. Each sign caused more anticipation in the car - and it was an early teaching moment as well. When we'd finally get to Stuckey's, my Mama and I would hit the bathroom - whew! And after that, we'd walk up and down each aisle, looking at all the beautiful packaging of those sweet treats! I remember Mama saying 'We're only going to get divinity - I can't afford to buy it all!' Mama would share a heavenly bite with me - makes my mouth water thinking of it still. Back in the car we'd go, on to our next destination!

Imagine my surprise as an adult, to see a Stuckey's near the New York/Ohio border in Pennsylvania! My husband and I lived in the Chicago area back in the 80s and 90s and we had traveled by car to a hockey camp in Sarnia, Ontario. Coming back through the States on our return to Chicago, we stumbled upon a Stuckey's and stopped. This was around 1992 I think - I was then 32, and had children aged 9, 5 and 2. This Stuckey's had a DQ grill inside and they were open - at 630am!!! We stopped and relived my childhood while we had breakfast. This time I was able to buy both divinity AND a pecan log roll for my husband.

Thank you for your persistence in bringing Stuckey's back. As I look toward retirement, my plans are to return to the southwest United States. I hope to find a Stuckey's there someday - after all, Stuckey's is a part of my fond memories of childhood.

Thank you!"
Teresa Badgett wrote on November 6, 2019
My last trip to Stuckey's, I was 11 years old. My family, Mama, Dad, 3 brothers and two sisters all went inside where it was nice and cool. Me? Stayed outside chasing lizards. Before I knew it, the family was coming out! We were leaving! We all piled into our Matador Station wagon, I was feeling rather upset and disappointed. We're driving down the road, up the on ramp, back on the freeway. It is a long way to the next Stuckey's. Then Mama pulls out a chocolate shake....FOR ME! All is good in the world! I am 57 now...we are planning a trip to Anahuac, lTexas, just to go to. STUCKEY'S
My last trip to Stuckey's, I was 11 years old. My family, Mama, Dad, 3 brothers and two sisters all went inside where it was nice and cool. Me? Stayed outside chasing lizards. Before I knew it, the family was coming out! We were leaving! We all piled into our Matador Station wagon, I was feeling rather upset and disappointed. We're driving down the road, up the on ramp, back on the freeway. It is a long way to the next Stuckey's. Then Mama pulls out a chocolate shake....FOR ME! All is good in the world! I am 57 now...we are planning a trip to Anahuac, lTexas, just to go to. STUCKEY'S
John R. wrote on November 6, 2019
For years, there was a Stuckey's on I-81 in Cortland, NY (between Binghamton and Syracuse). Used to love stopping there for pecan rolls! Building is still there, but it's now a Pit Stop Stravel Plaza.
For years, there was a Stuckey's on I-81 in Cortland, NY (between Binghamton and Syracuse). Used to love stopping there for pecan rolls! Building is still there, but it's now a Pit Stop Stravel Plaza.
Deb Orr wrote on November 6, 2019
While traveling from Myrtle Beach where we had the Bonaparte family reunion we stopped at Stuckey's. We loaded up on fruit, nuts, candy, seasonings and barbecue sauces. Everyone in the car found something to satisfy themselves. Now I see I can order on line. How great is this. I don't have to wait for a family trip down south to get Stuckey's
While traveling from Myrtle Beach where we had the Bonaparte family reunion we stopped at Stuckey's. We loaded up on fruit, nuts, candy, seasonings and barbecue sauces. Everyone in the car found something to satisfy themselves. Now I see I can order on line. How great is this. I don't have to wait for a family trip down south to get Stuckey's
Thomas Duckenfield wrote on November 6, 2019
"Congratulations to my childhood friend Stephanie Stuckey on her becoming CEO of her family's iconic and eponymous Stuckey's Corporation! The Stuckey's in Thornburg, VA was my family's favorite on my childhood trips from DC to visit the farm in Emporia. Cheers, Tom Duckenfield Washington, DC 1 November 2019"
"Congratulations to my childhood friend Stephanie Stuckey on her becoming CEO of her family's iconic and eponymous Stuckey's Corporation!

The Stuckey's in Thornburg, VA was my family's favorite on my childhood trips from DC to visit the farm in Emporia.

Cheers,

Tom Duckenfield
Washington, DC
1 November 2019"
StuckInThe1970s wrote on November 6, 2019
"So happy to see these still exist! As a kid in the 70s, we'd always go into Stuckeys with the vinyl imprint of my parent's car sticking to our sweaty legs. Any kid who when on a road trip begged to go to Stuckey's. It defied those needless boundaries of race, color, nationality, class, nuclear family, single mom...DIDNT MATTER. We all would run up to the door when we parked and saw so many other kids do the same. A stop off at Stuckey's and then the hotel swimming pool if we were good a few hours down the road. More kids just like us! Just kids. Life was so good. Growing up sure did mess up those simple pleasures! Build a time machine, Please :)"
"So happy to see these still exist! As a kid in the 70s, we'd always go into Stuckeys with the vinyl imprint of my parent's car sticking to our sweaty legs.
Any kid who when on a road trip begged to go to Stuckey's.
It defied those needless boundaries of race, color, nationality, class, nuclear family, single mom...DIDNT MATTER. We all would run up to the door when we parked and saw so many other kids do the same.
A stop off at Stuckey's and then the hotel swimming pool if we were good a few hours down the road. More kids just like us! Just kids. Life was so good. Growing up sure did mess up those simple pleasures! Build a time machine, Please :)"
lisa ondris wrote on November 6, 2019
my dad always stopped at stuckey's when I was growing up on our road trip fs from new york to florida. remember eating hamburgers fries and coke with my siblings. I did It with my daughter also. whenever we traveled & saw a stucky's we stopped.
my dad always stopped at stuckey's when I was growing up on our road trip fs from new york to florida. remember eating hamburgers fries and coke with my siblings. I did It with my daughter also. whenever we traveled & saw a stucky's we stopped.
Gary wrote on November 6, 2019
"When my parents, my sister and I was on vacation traveling out of state going to sites we would always stop at Stuckeys, to get food to eat and a piece of candy. I like to pecan log , My parents can't travel now, but we do miss stooping. Thanks for having them on the side of the highways. Thanks Gary"
"When my parents, my sister and I was on vacation traveling out of state going to sites we would always stop at Stuckeys, to get food to eat and a piece of candy. I like to pecan log , My parents can't travel now, but we do miss stooping. Thanks for having them on the side of the highways.

Thanks Gary"
Connie Lamm wrote on November 6, 2019
Only traveling w g-parents did we get to go to a Stuckeys. Can't seem to find those coffee flavored, barell shaped hard candies anywhere ...my favorite!
Only traveling w g-parents did we get to go to a Stuckeys. Can't seem to find those coffee flavored, barell shaped hard candies anywhere ...my favorite!
Yvette Wilson wrote on November 6, 2019
We always stopped at Stuckey's on our way to Florida every year when I was a child. My mother was from Eastman and was good friends with The Stuckey's son. She has passed away and Im trying to find out more about the family. W. Stuckey's should be about 75 years old. If possible can you contact him and let him know that Emma's granddaughter is trying to contact him. You have my e-mail and I can be contacted through there. I would truly appreciate any help I can get! Thank you Yvette
We always stopped at Stuckey's on our way to Florida every year when I was a child. My mother was from Eastman and was good friends with The Stuckey's son. She has passed away and Im trying to find out more about the family. W. Stuckey's should be about 75 years old. If possible can you contact him and let him know that Emma's granddaughter is trying to contact him. You have my e-mail and I can be contacted through there. I would truly appreciate any help I can get! Thank you Yvette
LuLu Craft wrote on November 6, 2019
As a child traveling from SC to TX loved the sausage bisquits!!! GREAT MEMORIES!!!
As a child traveling from SC to TX loved the sausage bisquits!!! GREAT MEMORIES!!!
Marty Bowlin wrote on November 6, 2019
Bring back tshirts and sweat shirts
Bring back tshirts and sweat shirts
Deborah Allen wrote on November 6, 2019
My fiance bought me some sandals because my feet were roasting from the trip home from Kemah. I fell in love with the sandals because they looked like a Native American design.
My fiance bought me some sandals because my feet were roasting from the trip home from Kemah. I fell in love with the sandals because they looked like a Native American design.
H Hinson wrote on November 6, 2019
"I grew up in the 1970s, and no road trip was complete without a stop at Stuckey's for some divinity, pecan log rolls, pecan-fried chicken (I have NEVER been able to find a recipe for this anywhere else), taffy and mixed nuts. We took a trip across the Southwest in 1973, and dad obliged us by stopping at every Stuckey's along the way. We always knew we'd find clean restrooms and cold drinks. I just got back from a road trip to North Carolina from Texas. What a thrill it was to find some real, blue roofed Stuckey stores along the way. I was meeting an old friend I hadn't seen in years. Long Live Stuckey's!!!!"
"I grew up in the 1970s, and no road trip was complete without a stop at Stuckey's for some divinity, pecan log rolls, pecan-fried chicken (I have NEVER been able to find a recipe for this anywhere else), taffy and mixed nuts.

We took a trip across the Southwest in 1973, and dad obliged us by stopping at every Stuckey's along the way. We always knew we'd find clean restrooms and cold drinks.

I just got back from a road trip to North Carolina from Texas. What a thrill it was to find some real, blue roofed Stuckey stores along the way. I was meeting an old friend I hadn't seen in years. Long Live Stuckey's!!!!"
JayCee wrote on November 6, 2019
Great to see Stuckey's back in family hands again. We always stopped at their stores on our family summer vacations and never disappointed. Now, if we could only get Howard Johnson back on firmer ground. Loved those grilled frankfurters!
Great to see Stuckey's back in family hands again. We always stopped at their stores on our family summer vacations and never disappointed. Now, if we could only get Howard Johnson back on firmer ground. Loved those grilled frankfurters!
Stacey Applebee ( Hunnicutt) wrote on November 6, 2019
"Growing up, my family ran and operated MANY Stuckey store locations. From Florida to Kansas! Grandparents, Aunts and parents. Was a great childhood memory!"
"Growing up, my family ran and operated MANY Stuckey store locations. From Florida to Kansas! Grandparents, Aunts and parents.

Was a great childhood memory!"
Dave wrote on November 6, 2019
My goodness I miss the long-ago times when making travels down Route 66 from Albuquerque and as a kid always on the lookout for a Stuckey's where my parents would stop for a fill-up - because back then there was a divinity treat given with a fill-up of gas 🙂 and there was that great little store to poke around in and a lunch counter for a burger or a grilled cheese. I loved those days and glad to know Stuckey's can still be found around Georgia. Yay for Stuckey's!!
My goodness I miss the long-ago times when making travels down Route 66 from Albuquerque and as a kid always on the lookout for a Stuckey's where my parents would stop for a fill-up - because back then there was a divinity treat given with a fill-up of gas 🙂 and there was that great little store to poke around in and a lunch counter for a burger or a grilled cheese. I loved those days and glad to know Stuckey's can still be found around Georgia. Yay for Stuckey's!!
Nikki L. wrote on November 6, 2019
In 1969 my parents and I drove from Fresno to NJ most on Rte 66 but stopped at many of Stuckeys along the way for eats and treats. My thrill was picking a charm for my charm bracelet from every state we passed thru at Stuckeys on our journey. I heart you guys!
In 1969 my parents and I drove from Fresno to NJ most on Rte 66 but stopped at many of Stuckeys along the way for eats and treats. My thrill was picking a charm for my charm bracelet from every state we passed thru at Stuckeys on our journey. I heart you guys!
Carla Courtney wrote on November 6, 2019
"Like everyone else my family made many trips to different states because of living there. Due to the fact my dad was in the Air Force. We always came back to South Carolina for visit's. We would stop at Stuckey's. I got other souvenirs but always got a Pecan Log Roll. I remember them being fatter and longer. We stopped moving around and I have not seen Stuckey's in years. Just about two weeks ago I was talking to a friend who also remembers Stuckey's and getting a Pecan Log Roll. We both work for Big Lots and we sell old time candy for the summer. Yes at lot of it looks different and are smaller or some bigger. I found Stuckey's Pecan Log Roll. Oh boy of course I bought two. When I got home and took a bite. That took me back to my childhood. Wow. Just bought two more. Thanks for the memories. Only one problem with these is when I eat a Pecan Log Roll I run across a shell. Thank you."
"Like everyone else my family made many trips to different states because of living there. Due to the fact my dad was in the Air Force. We always came back to South Carolina for visit's. We would stop at Stuckey's. I got other souvenirs but always got a Pecan Log Roll. I remember them being fatter and longer. We stopped moving around and I have not seen Stuckey's in years. Just about two weeks ago I was talking to a friend who also remembers Stuckey's and getting a Pecan Log Roll. We both work for Big Lots and we sell old time candy for the summer. Yes at lot of it looks different and are smaller or some bigger. I found Stuckey's Pecan Log Roll. Oh boy of course I bought two. When I got home and took a bite. That took me back to my childhood. Wow. Just bought two more.
Thanks for the memories. Only one problem with these is when I eat a Pecan Log Roll I run across a shell.
Thank you."
Anita wrote on November 6, 2019
Just moved to NC, I use to work at a Stuckey's Store back in Conway Texas, Glad to see you still open...
Just moved to NC, I use to work at a Stuckey's Store back in Conway Texas, Glad to see you still open...
Deborah Dayton wrote on November 6, 2019
Every vacation we took in the 1960's and early 70's we would look for and stop at Stuckeys and buy Taffy and Pecan log rolls. What great memories I have of those family vacations and Stuckeys is a part of them!
Every vacation we took in the 1960's and early 70's we would look for and stop at Stuckeys and buy Taffy and Pecan log rolls. What great memories I have of those family vacations and Stuckeys is a part of them!
Theresa Nichols wrote on November 6, 2019
I am 44 years old. When I was a kid we use to drive from Albany, OR to Eugene, OR. You use to have a stucky's on the way. You would have all sorts of warm nuts and candy. We missed it when you closed it.
I am 44 years old. When I was a kid we use to drive from Albany, OR to Eugene, OR. You use to have a stucky's on the way. You would have all sorts of warm nuts and candy. We missed it when you closed it.
Scott Kubiszyn wrote on November 6, 2019
A most stop on our to Cleveland to see family. Would always buy apricot syrup. Hard to believe that was 45 years ago. We still talk about Stuckeyes
A most stop on our to Cleveland to see family. Would always buy apricot syrup. Hard to believe that was 45 years ago. We still talk about Stuckeyes
Kathy wrote on November 6, 2019
My name is Kathy. When I was young, my parents used to take my two sisters and I on vacation to visit my Mom's family in Tennessee. My Dad always took Route 41 South. There were several Stuckey's along the way. Fresh hot apple cider and their famous Pecan Rolls. They were the best. They made such an impression on my family and I. I looked forward to our trips South every year. To this day, 50 years later, I still think of Stuckey's. How I wish there was one in Illinois. Thank you Stuckey's for giving me a such a fond memorable childhood memory.
My name is Kathy. When I was young, my parents used to take my two sisters and I on vacation to visit my Mom's family in Tennessee. My Dad always took Route 41 South. There were several Stuckey's along the way. Fresh hot apple cider and their famous Pecan Rolls. They were the best. They made such an impression on my family and I. I looked forward to our trips South every year. To this day, 50 years later, I still think of Stuckey's. How I wish there was one in Illinois. Thank you Stuckey's for giving me a such a fond memorable childhood memory.
ralph herdrich jr wrote on November 6, 2019
The pecan rolls sound quite good!Wish there were some Stuckey's locations,if not in,certainly out toward Chicagoland.
The pecan rolls sound quite good!Wish there were some Stuckey's locations,if not in,certainly out toward Chicagoland.