Reviews and Ratings For Flying J ::

Flying J

5 Reviews
1420 Highway 96
Fairview, TN 37062


Parking 180
Weigh Scale 2
Diesel Lanes 11
Truck Wash
RV Dump
Showers 8


September 30, 2012

by Everardo Morales

I usually don't come here for therapy, nothing is wrong with me that I know of, the gulf war was a joke and I'm over it. So I don't get in ppls business when I come here to shower, eat or sleep. Everything is okay with this place, it's clean and the food is edible. It a very good thing to enjoy your freedom, while we still have it.

May 12, 2012

by Debbie Derolf

Good good n friendly.

June 14, 2009

by A Google User

I came here because the Pilot up the street in Dixon had no big truck parking, Was lots here though at this over priced slum hole. I had the buffet which is usually pretty good at the other flying J's I've frequented across the US. The food was the worst, and the waitress that seated me seemed to have better things to do then seat me. (I waited about 5 min to be seated). After the lousy meal, I went to pay for this over priced slop, and the girl at the check out didn't even ask how my food was. I paid without leaving a gratuity on my visa bill. The girl looked at the signed bill and didn't even say thank you. Seemed she felt offended with my not leaving a gratuity. I'll avoid this Flying J in the future as you should also.

July 09, 2009

by A Google User

Flying J Fairview, TN They have reached to top of sorry places to eat! I use to buy all of my fuel from Flying J so I received a number of $5.00 Flying J coupons. My wife and I live in Fairview, TN. We use to go at least twice a month to Flying J for breakfast. The food and service got so bad we will not even go there to spend our Flying J coupons. The fact that we will not go there to eat when the meal is free says it all about Flying J in Fairview, TN. Go to a hospital, a school or road kill, anything beats Flying J’s beyond sorry and rude service, and the food is worse than military rations. If you have ever had military rations you know it takes a supreme effort to be worse than that.

May 26, 2014

by Alex Kuro