drive in movie theaters - anywhere (1 Viewer)

Kuchi Kopi

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Theres one in Santa Barbara, CA. Also, one in Minetto, NY which is close to or in Fulton. Take 690 to 48 and go the back way is the locals advice on getting there.
 
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Fred R

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The Cherry Bowl near Traverse City, MI. I was fortunate to live out my teens in Grand Traverse County, and this was a famous spot around town.
 

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I have not read through this post, so if this is redundant I apologise. There is a drive in theater in Newberg OR, off of 99W. Pretty cool spot.
 

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i knew i drove by one on the olympic peninsula once so i looked it up

http://www.skylinedrive-in.com/

that's what i got

right west and north of Olympia south of Brinnon/Quilcene; east of Quinault (on the way to the Hoh)
 

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Barrie, Ont, Canada. Definitely was there 6 years ago atleast. Lol nothing better then watching a movie in your car and jus smokin tonnes of weed. Assuming its late and kids arent near your car lol

**Sorry just realized this is under United States.
 

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Roosevelt, Utah has one...Vernal had a bigger one, but theirs burnt down a couple of years ago. Go UINTAH COUNTY , my hometown heroes! they have them a big screen for outdoor movie night. ^_^
 

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There's a combination motel/drive in in Monte Vista, CO called Movie Manor. Hyde Park, NY has a drive in too.
 

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Starlite south east of cincy. Amelia if I remember correctly....still some around in the midwest wanna say oxford Ohio area has one also
 

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showboat is ok if you're ever around Houston. they've got everything you could want from a drive-in; cheap junk food, a big screen and dodgy audio
 

brando

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There's a lot more in PA than I was aware of. Somebody mentioned like 3 or 4, and none of them was the Garden Drive-in of West Nanticoke, PA. Grew up close to it. Sneak your friends in in the trunk or under a blanket. Double features on two screens.

Spring through Fall it has a decent flea market every Sunday. All the weird old shit from people's attics, not a bunch of mass produced Chinese shit from vendors.
 

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