Where to find us:
Prince Puckler's Ice Cream Shop
19th & Agate St.
Our own retail store is located on the corner of 19th and Agate St. in Southeast Eugene. If you are visiting the University of Oregon we are located just south of Matthew Knight Arena and around the corner from Hayward Field.
Mike's Ice Cream
504 Oak Street, Hood River
Open April 1st - October 31st
Mike's has been serving Prince Puckler's for over 36 years in a delightful little store on Hood River's main shopping street. Sit, enjoy the view and shop when you're done. Fresh fruit shakes are their specialty.
Open 1-9. (Weather Permitted)
Jim & Patty's Coffee
4951 NE Fremont in Portland | 4130 SW 17th in Beaverton | 13180 SE 169th in Happy Valley |
These locations all have a wonderful and friendly atmosphere to enjoy a milkshake with friends.
Eugene Emerald Baseball Games
P.K. Park (During the Ems Season)
Located next to Autzen Stadium, home of the Ducks
During the games enjoy Prince Puckler's Ice Cream in a Souvenir Baseball Cap. Kid's can participate in the Puckler Throw between innings and win a free ice cream treat.
Look for our Em and Em ice cream made just for Sluggo fans.
Baseball, fun, and ice cream...a winning combination.
Bigfoot Fudge Factory
25 N 1st Street, Creswell
A small Oregon-based fudge factory that makes rich, smooth, and creamy fudge in a variety of delicious flavors available year-round. Serving a rotating selection of 12 ice cream flavors.
155 Blair Boulevard., Eugene
A restaurant and gathering space to celebrate beer, food, art, and community. Find our exclusive BLR flavor here in sundaes and ice cream sandwiches!
199 W 8th Avenue, Eugene
Enjoy a root beer float or a classic dish of ice cream.
Always stocked with Vanilla and a rotating flavor.
We Belong to Unique Eugene!
Unique Eugene is a non-profit, Independent Business Alliance, working to ensure local businesses prosper in our community. Started as grassroots cooperative in 1999, Unique Eugene is now a broad alliance of independent businesses. We believe we will have a stronger, more durable economy and preserve the unique character of Eugene when we have many thriving local small businesses.