There’s nothing like a night at the drive-in theater! This classic American entertainment is fun for the family, romantic for couples and a great idea for friends.

Coyote Drive-In Movie Theater, Fort Worth, TX

Check Out Our Favorite Drive-In Movie Theaters

Super 322 Drive-In

1682 Woodland-Bigler Hwy
Woodland, PA 16881

Operating since 1950, the Super 322 is listed in the National Register of Historic Places and will give audiences the traditional drive-in experience many are looking for. The double feature shows run on Friday-Sunday from May-September and you’ll find all the classic drive-in treats at the concessions stand.

Coyote Drive-In

223 NE 4th St.
Fort Worth, TX 76164

Just opened in 2013, the Coyote Drive-In is an updated drive-in with the classic atmosphere – and price. For just $8, you get admission to the double feature on one of three screens. You can come early to eat at the restaurant or grab concessions, including craft beer and food from local vendors. You don’t even have to have a car to enjoy a movie under the stars – feel free to walk, bike or, in a very Texan fashion, just ride your horse in.

Skyline Drive-In

31175 Old Hwy 58
Barstow, CA 92311

Located off of Route 66, Skyline has always been a popular stop on road trips for its first-run double features and the old-fashioned Sunday swap-meets. If you have a large group, you’ll love Carload Night on Tuesday where it’s just $10 per car.

Starlight Drive-In Theatre

2000 Moreland Ave SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

Starlight was just updated in 2013 to accommodate new digital projectors, providing a crisper, clearer picture than you thought possible at a drive-in. This theatre offers more than the typical movie and swap-meet experience, though. It regularly hosts events such as the Labor Day Drive-Invasion festival with live music all day followed by campy and classic sci-fi and horror flicks from the 1980’s.

Mesa Drive-In

2625 Santa Fe Drive
Pueblo, CO 81006

Since 1951, Mesa Drive-In has been showing blockbuster movies on their three outdoor screens. This is one of the most affordable and unique ways to see a movie, since each entrance fee of $8.50 (cash only) will get you a double feature! Plus, feel free to take the kids, because children under 12 years of age are free. The concessions at this hot-spot are the best, with excellent curly friends, onion rings, funnel cake sticks and much more.

Silver Moon Drive-In Theater

4100 New Tampa Hwy
Lakeland, FL 33815

This iconic drive in in Lakeland, Florida has be showing films since 1948! Arrive early for nightly showings of double features on two outdoor screens. Tickets for movie-goers ages 4-9 are just $1 and ages 10+ are just $5. Plus, the snack bar isn’t just for snacks – you’ll also find pizza, hot dogs and more on the menu.

And Coming Soon…

Blue Grass Drive-In

Blue Grass, IN

Proving that drive-ins are here to stay, Blue Grass is a brand-new theatre in Indiana currently under construction. It already has a new, fully-functioning website to bring audiences into this century with online ticket sales and updates. Construction is taking place on the concession stand and two screens, though they have enough land to later add two more screens.

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