The original owner has taken it back over and she is working to get it back up to her standards. She is working on a new restaurant. Until then the fudge is as good as it ever was.
I had looked Conway up on Trip Advisor to decide what to do. I live in Conway and have been to Pickles Gap before. I had great fudge and this Oreo snowball...both wonderful. All of the staff was more than nice. I shopped at the antique and gift part...something Worm. The lady there was very nice! In addition, I found... 更多
Very nice people, I take large groups and we always get great service! The prices are good, service fantastic, entertaining for all ages!
We stopped in just to break up our drive to Branson. Ginger in the candy store was so sweet-no pun intended. She helped us make good choices and spoke about things in the area. Their restaurant was closed, but gave a great recommendation for lunch-The Wagon Wheel in Greenbriar, AR. If we're ever in the area, we'll stop in again.
I found the overall atmosphere and area to be very nice and well kept. The shops (Which included an antique store, gun shop, and souvenir area) were clean, tidy, and spacious, with each including very unique and odd items found no where else in the state. All around the food was good, from fried pickles to home-made fudge. I saw... 更多
An interesting stop if you are driving past. Don't think I would go very far out of my way for it though. A couple of antique shops, a couple of knick-knack shops, a couple of places to get something to eat and a good store for Arkansas-based canned food like jams and sauces. Also a decent knife/gun shop. Ducks wander... 更多
We had some free time while we were in Conway and were headed out to see Wolly Hollow State park. We drove past Pickles Gap Village and decided to stop. It really isn't worth a special trip out there. There are few little shops that have a small selection of items.