Although not technically the resurrection of a drive-in that had previously gone dark, this was the location of The Park Drive-In that had faded to black almost three decades ago, and is now the site of a brand new drive–in and entertainment complex which opened in May of 2000.
The outdoor picture is a solo screen with a capacity for up to 240 cars, open seasonally, April thru October.
This drive-in has it all. You will find an 18-hole miniature golf course, a batting cage with fast and slow pitch softball and three speeds of baseball, and also an arcade with pool tables, air hockey and much more.
We also feature an ice cream shop featuring 32 of Hershey's best flavors, banana splits, extreme sundaes, and smoothies.
Far too frequently drive-ins fall to destruction to build yet another Wal-Mart, but this drive in has risen in the shadows of an adjacent Wal-Mart. This is something of a first, poetically justifiable trivia, and a rather good omen!
Park Place Drive-In orginally opened in 1954 and then closed in 1983 prior to what exists today.
Admission Fee: $7/adult; $3/child aged 6-12; 5 and under are free
Last Updated: 5/26/2015 8:43 AM