Hit the Road locations
Sam & Max visit a variety of places in Sam & Max Hit the Road, mostly kitschy tourist traps.
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 The Office
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 The Street
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- Main article: Stuckey's
A typical gas station with accompanying store. Three different ones can be visited in the game. One of them has a clerk resembling Bernard Bernoulli, one of the main characters in Day of the Tentacle.
Snuckey's is based on the real-world roadside convenience store chain Stuckey's, which was featured under its real name in On the Road. Similarities include the general shape as well as the pecan candy being sold.
 The Kushman Brothers' Carnival
A carnival operated by the Kushman Brothers. The Kushmans enlist Sam & Max's help to recover their star attractions, Bruno and Trixie. The carnival hosts a variety of things referenced before and after Hit the Road, including the Cone of Tragedy, the Human Enigma, and Jesse James' severed hand.
 The World's Largest Ball of Twine
An enormous ball made out of a single continuous strand of twine, the largest in the world by 92 yards -until Sam and Max cut off 93 yards later in the game. Constructed by Bruno and a bunch of other bigfoots in 1956. The Ball has a small museum dedicated to it and has a rotating fish restaurant on top, accessed by cable car. According to a sign in the museum if the twine were to be laid out end to end it would stretch from the museum to the far side of Jupiter. Also many scientists believe that by 2053 the ball's immense weight would push the Earth out of it's orbit straight into the sun.
Several real places in the US claim to be home to the biggest ball of twine.
 The World of Fish
A fish market with a few exhibits, located in Mosquitoville, Missouri. Provides the World's Largest Ball of Twine with fresh fish each day via fish nets being sent up by helicopters. The World of Fish is based on the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame in Hayward, Wisconsin.
 Gator Golf Emporium
A driving range in Rheumy Eyes, Florida, famed for its alligator theme. It was originally a miniature golf course, but was converted into a driving range after it was flooded with swamp water and infested with 10-foot long alligators in 1989. It once was a popular attraction for teenagers until it was sued when a boy from a family known as the Jenkins, was attacked by an alligator. As a result of the lawsuit the court had the alligator killed. For a brief time it also held it's own live bigfoot as a main attraction, shackling it's feet to prevent it from escaping. However the bigfoot escaped somehow and most likely went to the bigfoot party in Nevada.
 The Mystery Vortex
A nexus of paranormal activity located in Gullwump, Washington, featuring floating furniture, an upside-down room, and an interior that looks like a joint painting by Salvador Dalí and M.C. Escher as well as the home for Shuv-Oohl. Likely based on the Mystery Spot.
 Frog Rock
A hard to find rock that allegedly looks like a frog (but actually, not at all) and the location where you find the space molemen. The exact location differs per playthrough. Based on a real place Steve Purcell was disappointed with in his childhood.
 Savage Jungle Inn
A tiki themed inn in Half Life, Nevada, run by actress Evelyn Morrison. Hosts a big bigfoot gathering and has over 237 different types of rum served in umbrella drinks.
 Mount Rushmore Dinosaur Tarpit and Bungee Jumping National Park
A place where one can bungee jump out of Mount Rushmore and visit animatronic dinosaurs.
 Celebrity Vegetable Museum
A museum in Goatliver, Texas exhibiting vegetables resembling celebrities. Specific carvings can be commissioned.