Chicken Shack

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Chicken Shack


Name Chicken Shack
Category Building
Type Chicken
Replaced Rally Round
About the Food and Drink Info Box

Chicken Shack is a food location near the Iowa Farm. It opened in 2012. It serves chicken sandwiches and tenders and stuff. It also offers a selection of canned alcohol beverages.

It originally opened on or before 2006 (the earliest photo I have of it is from 2006) in a different location, replacing Curley Q Fries. It moved to a new building and location in 2012.

NOTE: The history here is a bit confusing. Technically, this location is where a smaller Rally Round building was before it burnt to the ground in 2011. Before Rally Round burnt, the Chicken Shack was in the building where Rally Round is today. Ultimately there will be two separate pages for Chicken Shack, one for each location. See the note on the Rally Round page for details.



  1. Beer $6.50 cans
  2. Bottled Water
  3. Milk
  4. Powerade
  5. Snapple
  6. Soft Drinks
  7. Sunny D
  8. Crystal Light


  1. Chicken Sandwiches - Grilled or Breaded $5
  2. Chips $1.50
  3. Chicken Tenders $5
  4. Cookie $2.25
  5. French Fries $3.50
  6. Ice Cream Novelties
  7. Onion Rings $4
  8. Veggie Burgers $3.50
  9. Blue Bunny Treats $2
  10. Chills $2.50


Chicken corn dog switcheroo!

The original Chicken Shack building is now the Rally Round. After the original Rally Round corn dog stand burnt down in 2011, they rebuilt a larger building in its place and made it the new Chicken Shack. At that time, they moved the corn dogs to the old chicken building.


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