5 Places to See Drive-in Movies in North America

General, North America — By NileGuide Staff on September 12, 2012 at 9:57 am

2. Stevie Rae’s South-Western Drive-In Theatre, Tilbury, Ontario

Unlike most drive-ins, Stevie Rae’s South Western Drive In Theatre is a new build—it just opened this summer. The owners wanted to revive drive-in movies for a generation that hadn’t experienced them. The current projectors were salvaged from a defunct drive-in in Windsor, but the screen and the drive-in itself are brand new. As its name suggests, this drive-in has a western theme, and the owners intend to expand operations to include a flea market and western swap meet.

Thursdays are the best time to catch a first-run movie at Stevie Rae’s, as a carload of moviegoers costs just $15.

Stevie Rae's

Stevie Rae's

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    3 Comments

  • Traci says:

    We have not one, but two drive-in theaters here in the mid-Hudson Valley of NY. We go to the Overlook Drive-in in Poughkeepsie, or the Hyde Park Drive-in. GREAT family outing!

  • pen says:

    The Auburn-Garrett Drive-In just outside Garrett, IN (and near Auburn) on St. Rd. 8 just past the intersection with Rd. 327. Lots of families go here. The kids all really look forward to it.

  • You may be down to 16 or fewer. The Starlite in Sterling, Colorado, closed permanently just a few weeks ago, one of many victims of the upcoming digital projection requirement.

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