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This one of only a few remaining outdoor movie theaters. It's easy to tune via your car radio and you can bring blankets and chairs and sit outside if you want to. Just remember to bring bug spray! Even the dog was able to come...More
Haven’t been to one in years since they’ve closed them all down where we live. We enjoyed going to the two movies for $9 each and visiting the snack bar. They still have the speakers and everything. Very cool option to have while on vacation...More
This was such a great activity! The place was family friendly with a great playground and a row of benches in the front. The snack shop and bathrooms were nice, but the snacks were a bit pricey for me (typical of movie theaters). Speakers either...More
We went to the drive in on a Friday night in May to see Infinity War. We arrived at gate opening and the woman that took my money was very sweet and helpful. We parked in the front row with our minivan. Back at home,...More
Blast from the past. Had a wonderful time. Two movies shown for the price of one. I have been there several times, The first time for my Friend. The sound came over the radio, clear and you can adjust the volume. It is a must...More
This is a very nice Drive-In theater. The concession stand is very clean, and looks as you would expect it to be back in the day when drive-in theaters were popular. Some people were opening the back hatch of their SUV or trying to lay...More
We head to the Skyway on each trip to Door County. My kids love the experience. Each time we have been, they begin with a family-friendly movie. The second feature is sometimes family-friendly, sometimes not. The price is worth it, just to see one though....More
Took my teenager to his first drive in movie experience but it was unplanned. Bring towels for the provided lounge chairs or your own outdoor chairs. A ball or frisbee to toss arou d is great ahead of time as well. Restrooms and site was...More
Tried to check out a show last night at the Skyway. Unfortunately the weather didn't cooperate. A terrific experience until the wind and rain hit. Very nostalgic and a fun experience for the kids (and the parents).
We travel a lot all over this country on long roadtrips, and it's amazing when we find a drive-in that's still operational. We always make it a point to see the double feature. Like most, this one is pretty bare bones - just a screen,...More
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We went in late August, maybe 30 minutes before the show and got a good space (in the first four rows with car speakers). Some people "tailgated". We stopped on a whim (entirely unprepared), so were pleased with the... More
We went in late August, maybe 30 minutes before the show and got a good space (in the first four rows with car speakers). Some people "tailgated". We stopped on a whim (entirely unprepared), so were pleased with the concessions stand, although not Brooklyn/Chicago standard, very respectable (featuring some local treats - cherry juice, cider). Bring blankets/tarp/chairs and some warm clothing if you want to sit outside.