Buc-ee’s is now open in Leeds (the numbers)

Buc-ee’s travel center in Leeds has 120 gas pumps. Photo via Bham Now

The wait is over.

Alabama’s 2nd Buc-ee’s opened this morning in Leeds, Alabama at 6900 Buc-ee’s Boulevard. 

This place is as big as Texas, and full of superlatives.

According to the legendary travel center from the Lone Star State, Buc-ees is home to the world’s cleanest bathrooms, freshest food and friendliest beaver.

How big do you say?

 Here are the numbers: 

  • 53,250 square feet
  • 120 gas fueling positions
Welcome to Buc-ee’s! Take the Leeds 140 Exit off I-20. Photo via Jacob Blankenship for Bham Now
  • Buc-ee’s favorites including Texas barbeque, homemade fudge, kolaches, Beaver nuggets, jerky and fresh pastries will all be available as well.
  • 200 new, permanent, full-time jobs

My personal favorite attraction – the World Famous Jerky Wall.

Bham Now’s November Preview

We knew this place was going to be huge and popular since Bham Now producers Chaise Sanders and Jacob Blakenship gave us all a sneak peek of the store back in November, thanks to Stewart Perry’s Senior Project Manager Eddie Cassell.

Strategically Located

Birmingham, Leeds, Grand River Drive-In, movies
Grand River Drive-In in Leeds. Photo via Grand River Drive-In

The new Bucee’s is also another shopping destination and tourist attraction off Exit 140 on Interstate 20 that includes:

Leeds is home to a vibrant community that we feel honored to join. We are thrilled to offer a friendly pit stop for passersby and provide residents of Leeds with new employment opportunities.”

Stan Beard of Buc-ee’s
Buc-ee’s Leeds Ribbon Cutting ceremony on January 25, 2021. Photo via Jacob Blankenship for Bham Now

Are you going to check out the new Buc-ee’s in Leeds soon? Tag  @BhamNow on our social channels and tell us what impressed you the most!

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Pat Byington
Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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