Plenty of parking for the night which is the biggest plus. Most of it is on gravel, however. It’s in a location to where I’ve never saw it full. Especially because there is additional gravel parking in the front where most trucks don’t even park because there is plenty of parking on the gravel in the back. It’s also a plus that it is located directly right after a weight station. So you know that station is passed and you can rest easy.
I wouldn’t recommend showering here though because the showers are pretty low quality.
Jan 23, 3:25 AM
Parking for big trucks is plenty even late at night. The store is just as convenient as your typical travel store.
However, I can’t say the same for the restaurant. First off the wait for a simple steak, potato and toast was just too long. Second, the cook couldn’t even deliver a medium well steak without burning it on the outside (charred). Furthermore, it was dry as in the inside meat was plain white in texture, most likely frozen straight to the grill without defrosting to room temp before cooking; just over cooked altogether. Third, if a simple request of NOT putting butter on the toast cannot be followed, you have no business cooking at a supposedly “Family Restaurant”. And lastly, I wanted to give their pies a try as carry out, but then I was told that they weren’t fresh, I suspect couple days old according to the waitress look. I consumed less than 1/3 of the meat, didn’t touch the toast but I finished the stuffed potato but still, the food doesn’t warrant my bill. SMH.
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Oct 9, 2:32 AM
Took the tour of the entire truck stop and was okay with almost everything there.
They offer plenty of handicapped parking at the entrance on the west side of the plaza.
The bathroom are push door, no handicap button to open the door.
The main west side door has an automatic motion sensor door, double wide for easy access inside.
If you go to the right as you enter, the hallway leads to the truck stop office, the game room, his and her restrooms, and the hallway leads to the convience store which sits to the south side of the building, and also has an entrance into the convience store.
On the south side and east side of the building are the fuel pumps and public scale.
Also on the east and north side of the building truck plaza, are the parking areas for overnight parking.
If you enter on the east side entrance....mainly used by truck drivers, you'll see the shower rooms, drivers lounge, and washers / dryers.
Inside the convience store which would be a left turn if you enter from the east entance, you'll find alot of things that truck drivers and travelers might need.
There's also a little food/drink area for some quick hot and cold items.
Souvenirs, phone accessories and much more.....friendly gentlemen working there....pleasant talking to him.
Inside the west entrance to the left is the restaurant which boasts a souvenirs and miscellaneous gift udeas also, and some really good sodt taffy chews, and thecoie case, which had a few selections on display.
The restaurant inside is huge, and could probaby entertain 100 group size....maybe spread out, but also might fit inside very back area.
The day i went was a Sunday and the $9.75 breakfast buffet was empty and had several others walk up and turn around and go back to their table because no food.
When i asked about the buffet, i got no immediate response, pretty much ignored and that was directly speaking to the cook and 2 servers.
Once the buffet was stocked with food, it was a pretty decent breakfast buffet, complete with fresh fruit, miniature pancakes, french toast, biscuits and gravy.....and your basic sausage, bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and toast.
My waitress made no stop to my table to adk about my meal, and i asked twice to get my 1st glass of water.
Not to friendly on the restaurant side of the truck plaza.
I will definitely give them another try, because it was good enough to indulge more.
Sep 23, 8:51 PM
This is a nice little restraunt/ gas station.
It’s so huge and busy. Lots of parking. Restraunt is open 24/7. Serve lunch and breakfast all day. They also have an amazing salad bar. Not only salads and noodles but, fried chicken and real food. Totally worth the stop on my way to Texas. Nice place to let your doggy out. With grass around the perimeter.
Big rig/ RV parking friendly. Right off the highway. Very cute ambiance as well.
If you need it, they have it here.
A little update on this outfit. So the salad bar is an award winning manure/fertilizer spreader. Turned into a salad bar. Very creative.
The owner said they brought that in, in 1984.
When the place was still under construction. They had to put it inside before putting up the wall to the restraunt.
Just a nice fun fact:
Jan 24, 2:16 PM
This is a good place to rest from the road. There are a few items on the shelves that are not consistent with a big convenience chain. Interesting specialties from Mexico and small businesses. I didn't have as long as I thought and didn't make it all the way back to the restaurant. I didn't even know it was there until I went to the bathrooms and saw the signs for the restaurant. The was a little arcade. The bathrooms were clean and functional.