Harvey’s Food Truck


Kolby Reck

Harvey’s Food Truck decorated with eye catching yellow and assorted tables and chair on the patio.

Harvey’s Fish and More is a new food truck in Caddo Valley next to the interstate, across from the Exxon gas station. The owner, Harvey Hudspeth, is an Arkadelphia native and has been in the food industry for twenty years. Along with Harvey’s, Hudspeth owns Harvey’s Wild Game, which is a meat shop located in Arkadelphia that processes wild game during the fall for local hunters.

Hudspeth’s food truck has been in Caddo Valley since July and is open from 10:30 am to 8:30 pm on Monday through Saturday and 10:30 am to 4:00 pm on Sunday.

“I decided to locate in Caddo Valley because I was lucky enough to get this close to the interstate,” said Hudspeth. “Location is everything and we are able to pull in a lot of customers being this close to the interstate.”

They specialize in fish, shrimp, and chicken strips. Every meal comes with french fries, beans, coleslaw, pickled tomatoes, and sauces. They are also available for catering.

“We give all police officers a 10% discount and a free drink,” said Hudspeth. “We also give discounts to students that show us their ID. We are big on serving the community and we encourage students to come out.”

Unlike most food trucks, Harvey’s has a full spread of tables outside in the shade to give customers the experience of a restaurant.

“We wanted to do something different and give an atmosphere that students, along with the rest of the community, would enjoy being around,” Hudspeth said.
To adapt to the pandemic, Harvey’s has all of their tables spread out to assure that people are not too close to each other and everyone can enjoy their meals without having to worry.