The Road Stage is perhaps the most uncommon of the previously described stages. A drastic change is apparent, the show is set up just like a 2-Stage, but with one major difference. All of the animatronics, except Chuck E. Cheese, are divided into halves. Half-bodied animatronic versions of Helen Henny, Mr. Munch, Jasper T. Jowls, and Pasqually all propped onto colorful, painted boxes with their names displayed on them. Interestingly enough, the names on the boxes alert guests of the character's names, so children are more likely to call the characters by their names. Also practical to note is the fact that half bodied characters have been featured before; the Balcony Stage, C-Stage, and the Rocker Stage used the upper halves of the characters rather than the full-bodied ones.
The early prototype of the road stage had a bigger star behind Chuck E. and Mr. Munch had a TV behind him instead of the Munch's Make Believe Band Sign
The first Road Stage was tested in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada in 1990.
As of 2016, only 15 Road Stages remain in operation in the United States and Canada.