Joe Tucker opened up a small general store and restaurant back in the 1950's in the building in which Skipper Joe's Souvenirs now exists. It was quite the popular hangout back in the day where Joe and his friends would play cards, tells some jokes (and lies), have a "scuff" (dance) or two, while his wife, Sarah (aka Janie) cooked up a scoff for their customers.
After Joe closed his store/restaurant, the building was lowered to one level and the Tucker family would use this building as a "fishing stage" to catch and clean their fish.
In 2018, Joe's Grandson is proud to have preserved the heritage of this old building by reconstructing it into a gift shop called SKIPPER JOE'S SOUVENIRS
Here you will find beautiful handmade quilts, knitted items, paintings, preserves, jewelry along with unique and fun souvenirs.
Skipper Joe & his wife Sarah
Tucker's General Store/Fishing Stage