At Waspy’s, we’re proud to be a part of Iowa. We have gas stations and truck stops in both Audubon and Templeton. On a daily basis, we serve Iowa residents and visitors alike. The Hawkeye State was the 29th state to join the union, so please enjoy this list of 29 fun facts about Iowa. Iowa Facts 1 – Iowa joined the union in 1846 during the presidency of James Polk. Prior to becoming a state, the region was part... View Article
Not only is Waspy’s “More Than Just a Truck Stop” both our Audubon and Templeton locations are destinations. We want you to enjoy your visit. Here are 5 fun things to do at Waspy’s. 1. Savor one of our homemade donuts Glazed? Jelly Filled? Frosted? Whatever your donut preference, we have it. Or try one of our gooey cinnamon rolls or tasty pastries. You can’t go wrong with a sweet treat. 2. Try a new bottled drink At Waspy’s, our... View Article
Iowa and farmers go hand-in-hand, and, at Waspy’s, we have the food and fuel to get you through this year’s harvest. Iowa Leads Nation in Corn & Soybean Production Iowa leads the nation in both corn production and soybean production. Our Templeton location is situated in Carroll County, the 14th highest corn producing county in the state. Waspy’s Offers Spacious Fuel Lanes We know farmers, which is why we built our full-service truck stop in Templeton with spacious service lanes.... View Article
In Templeton, Waspy’s is located on Rye Avenue. It’s fitting because the town of Templeton and rye are closely linked. The place is known for Templeton Rye, a Prohibition-era whiskey nicknamed “The Good Stuff.” Iowa whiskey gained popularity during Prohibition When the United States banned alcohol in the 1920s, farmers in Templeton, Iowa, and the surrounding Carroll County started illegally manufacturing rye whiskey as a way to supplement their income. Illegal whiskey sills were at work in and around the... View Article
At Waspy’s Audubon, Iowa, location, you can stop for fuel day or night. The gas station and convenience store can meet your needs 24-hours a day. If you’re traveling across western Iowa and in search of a place to fuel your vehicle and yourself, look no further than Waspy’s, “We’re More than Just a Truck Stop.” Wide Range of Fuel Options Available Our 16-plus acre Audubon complex features an array of fuel options available all day, every day. We have... View Article
I-80 is the primary freight and travel route across Iowa. For truckers or travelers looking for a place to stop, there’s no better place than Waspy’s Truck Stop, in Audubon, Iowa. I-80 Crosses the Nation Crossing the nation from New Jersey to San Francisco, Interstate 80 is one of the great American roads. I-80 was designated in 1956 as one of the original routes of the Interstate Highway System. Construction on the final segment of the road was completed in... View Article
Audubon, Iowa, is a beef lover’s paradise. The western Iowa town is home to both Albert, the World’s Largest Bull, and The Feed Mill Restaurant. In a town with a population of just over 2,100, you can both see a 45-ton concrete bull and then dine on ribeye or prime sirloin steak or build-your-own ½ pound Feed Mill hamburger. Albert is Larger than Life Albert the Bull has been a feature of Audubon since 1964. The steelwork for his frame... View Article
Truckers know federal requirements mandate rest periods. But where would you rather stop? Along the shoulder of an exit ramp? Or at Waspy’s, where we offer an array of services and home comforts and are “More than Just a Truck Stop.” The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration sets hours-of-service rules for truckers. Take advantage of the amenities offered at our Waspy’s locations during your off-duty hours. Waspy’s has two Iowa locations – Audubon and Templeton. Audubon The Audubon location sits... View Article
Waspy’s Grab and Go Kitchen is excited about our new menu item – breakfast pizza bagels and English Muffins! While we still have our breakfast pizza, this new option is a delicious choice and is easy to eat on the road. Stop in and try it today.
The Feed Mill Restaurant’s Grand Opening is Tuesday, September 4, 2018. It will be open daily from 8 am to 9 pm.