Convenience Stores in Wilder, KY

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“Very busy location, but they have lots of pumps available to include diesel fuel. The convenience store is clean and organized, and the restrooms were clean. The inside of the business is very busy, as it is across the street from a large factory.”

3.3 Good22 Reviews

“They always have everything I want. The fountain drink selection is awesome and they have slurpee things too. And their donuts are great and they usually have them much longer than other places like UDF”

3.3 Good11 Reviews

“Really good ice cream, especially the "homemade" brand. They always have a sale/deal for certain favors which allows you to get a Sundae or Shake for $3-4. I think the "homemade" is almost as good as Graeter's but for a much lower price, especially the vanilla and the butter pecan.If you get a shake, make sure to order extra thick. The shakes can be too watery otherwise.Highlander Grogg coffee is good when in season.Service is typically pretty slow.”

3.1 Average10 Reviews

“Friendly and quick unlike UDF. Walk into UDF and they act like you don't have any money. Ameristop owners go above and beyond. I drive past udf to go to this Ameristop.”

2 Poor4 Reviews

“Once the kiddos spot a 30ft inflatable milkshake, there’s no turning back. The first challenge upon arrival was to find a parking space. This delightful little gem of a filling station was busier than a Bob Evans on Black Friday!(which now peaked my interest). So the first thing you’ll notice when entering is the shear size of the place. The right half of the store is delegated as your typical convenience mart. They offer quite a wide variety of items, including auto care, personal care, snacks, beverages, alcoholic beverages and knick-knacks. Prices are clearly labeled, products are well stocked and the aisles were clean. After browsing the c-store side and looking at the coolers, I ventured to the other half of the store, which included a restaurant along with an ice cream shop. This is also where the coffee is located and well portioned grab and go items are on display to stir up your appetite. The touchscreen ordering system was easy for the kids to use, especially since each option had a touchable image. They really enjoyed making their own selections of ice cream and toppings. Although the place was packed, it didn’t take too long to receive our order because they were well staffed. Two things I needed clarification with were where/when to pay, since the ordering process is different than regular UDF’s and secondly, we(and others) stood around for a few minutes because we didn’t know there was no “line” to get in. You just walk up to one of the two touchscreens to place your order, then wait.”

2 Poor6 Reviews

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