Bothered by crackheads and hookers all night. Had to walk under 635 to get to the Denny's which meant walking past people begging for money and harassing us as we walked over there. Had trouble parking because lack of room. But the employees where nice and the fuel prices where .30 less then everywhere else. Once you get past the overwhelming smell of urine and get to sleep its not a bad place.
Well for one this place dosent have that much truck parking which isnt a big deal. Alot of truck stops have minimal parking. But when you have peoples cars in spots thst a semi should go and dropped trailers all over the place. It definitly puts a bad taste in a truckers mouth after hes been on the road all day and dropped 500 bucks in fuel there and can not find parking. Let alone seeing every trash can over flowing with trash and the bathrooms were destroyed. Next time im in the area I will go 30 miles the other way so I wont haft to be near this so called flying j.
Inside, I don't find too much to complain about. Its neat, organized, friendly staff as others mentioned. Just only 2 stalls so when the rush to the bathrooms happen, people will be waiting. I do like the older feel of this place actually, but it does lack a restaurant. There are tables to sit at to eat your deli food. Very minimal drivers lounge though. Outside is a different story. This truckstop faces all the problems truck stops have near inner cities. Crowded, full of solicitors, and always packed. This is not parking for those lazy like me, you gotta be skilled to manage many of the spots that are left. People always say close these places down, well, we already have a parking epidemic in this country, so if you want better truck stops, open one yourself.