7 Drive-In Movie Theaters in the Tri-State Area

Why sit in a cold movie theater when you can enjoy a warm spring or summer night at a retro drive-in?

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This Hudson Valley drive-in has been operating since 1950. The drive-in typically opens by mid-April and closes in mid-September, according to the theater's website. More info here. Closed for the season.
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The Delsea Drive-In is the Garden State's only drive-in movie theater. The theater opened for the season on March 17. More info here.
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Four Brothers Drive In may be old-fashioned, but it happens to be a new theater. And while the outdoor screen is the main attraction, the theater also boasts a dog park, a playground and concessions. According to its website, the theater's soft opening was March 10. More info here.
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This Litchfield County drive-in has been operating since 1947. Tickets typically run $10 for people 13 and older, but the theater offers a "carload night," where you can get your entire car in for just $20. More info here. Closed for the season.
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This family-owned drive-in is described by moviegoers as "a great place to go for that old-fashioned drive-in experience." More info here. Closed for the season.
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This old-school drive-in boasts three screens. The theater's season opening is Friday, March 24. More info here.
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This classic drive-in does more than just play movies; it also transforms into a public flea market on the weekends. Its season opens on Friday, March 31. More info here.
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