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Georgia Drive-Ins

Back in the middle of the 1950's, Georgia hosted about 130 drive-ins at its peak as a drive-in state. But the state was not spared the downward trend and has only 5 drive-ins that remain operational.

Open Drive-ins

Starlight 6 Drive-in
2000 Moreland Avenue SE
Atlanta, GA 30316

The Starlight opened in 1949 as a solo screen drive-in. In 1956, it added a second screen and changed it's named to the Starlight Twin. Then amid gr...more about Starlight 6 Drive-in
Swan Drive-in
651 Summit St.
Blue Ridge, GA 30513

The Swan Drive-in first took flight back in 1955 and it remains open year round. It is one of the few drive-ins that still allow pets as long as they...more about Swan Drive-in
Jesup Drive-in
3686 Savannah Highway
Jesup, GA 31545

The Jesup Drive-in is the oldest of Georgia's remaining drive-ins at almost 70 years old. It is still going strong and is open year round. It was or...more about Jesup Drive-in
Tiger Drive-in
2956 Old Highway 441 S
Tiger, GA 30576

The Tiger Drive-in is another success story. While it originally opened in 1954, it closed in the mid 1980's because of lack of attendance. There it...more about Tiger Drive-in
Wilderness Outdoor Movie Theater
217 Old Hales Gap Road
Trenton, GA 30752

The Wilderness Outdoor Theater is a another new drive-in that was built in 2005. They have two screens and run double features on them seasonally. U...more about Wilderness Outdoor Movie Theater

Permanantly Closed Drive-ins

Commerce Drive-in
2367 Highway 441 South
, GA 30529


Highway 17 Drive-in Theater
2395 Bowman Highway
Dewy Rose, GA 30634

The Highway 17 Drive-in is one of the rare openings from the last 20 years as it opened in 2002. However, it did not last long and closed in 2009.more about Highway 17 Drive-in Theater
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