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Considering it might cost a family of four $40 to see one indoor movie, this is a great value. You get two headline movies for half that rate at Haars, plus the benefits of having your own seats or chairs, blankets, pillows etc. They have...More
My wife and I visited Haars drive-in which it was my very first time visiting this drive-in. We watched the incredibles and the movie adrift. Both were very good movies. The concession stand was decent and prices were reasonable. I have been to other drive-ins...More
The man who was directing parking asked me if I'd like him to "spin on my face" after my tires slipped on the grass. Drove 45 minutes to get there, had to park on the lawn in the back because was completely full 20 minutes...More
This review comes from a 52 yr old who grew up going to drive inns inc this one, the screen is so small now, and its relativily new, I fail to see the point of going. Unless you go for the social time w/ friends...More
Haar's!! What can I say? I have been going to Haar's drive-in since I was a little girl and that was a while ago! It is a place I love and it hasn't changed much in the last 50+ years. The speakers have disappeared, the...More
Great family venue. It is the 1950's all around. People are friendly, service is outstanding. Kid friendly. When my kids were younger we would bring my truck loaded with blankets, foam rubber mattresses, lawn chairs & plenty of picnic foods - great time, great memories....More
Response from downeyagency | Reviewed this property |
You can come just for the second feature, and sometimes you are able to snag a great spot if someone else is leaving, though it's dark and a little more difficult to navigate the rows of cars at that hour.
Response from jenniferbowie | Reviewed this property |
They would probably block someones view...they do have special spots for large vehicles, but I don't think they accommodate campers. One of the rules on their website says your vehicle can only take up one place. I copied... More
They would probably block someones view...they do have special spots for large vehicles, but I don't think they accommodate campers. One of the rules on their website says your vehicle can only take up one place. I copied this rule from their website: "VANS – TRUCKS – HIGHTOPS & MPV’S must park in designated areas: Rows 1 and 2 and last 6 rows for Vans and Trucks. Lift gates and doors CAN NOT BE RAISED higher than roof of vehicle." They never mention campers. FYI they are closed for the season now...I think they may only have auctions now.