Yep, though a few more miles away from my house than yours is from your house. Recently added to the state historical register, and restored to original splendor. The film set-up is digital, but they kept the old stuff for a museum on-site.Took down the sound boxes, too; replaced with WiFi through your auto's radio/CD player, or a telephone app.
The last drive-in near me became a mini-city recently. Condos, shopping, restaurants--all turn key. Pretty neat to have one at hand. Can you see the movie, but not the sound, from home?
That's a great photo. Love seeing those mountains in the background.We have a drive in nearby in San Luis Obispo. What a great piece of Americana!
We have one about 45 minutes from my home. My grandkids love it like I did when I was young.
Nope. But Idid love going with my parents. We did not have lots of money and this was the cheapest way to see movies.
Nope! There used to be a few of them in the area, but no mas! I used to love going to them.
There's one way the heck out in Whidbey, and one or two on the peninsula. The kids LOVE when we go.We should see what's playing when we come out.
There's one in a nearby town, but I've not been. I do remember going to drive-ins as a kid