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Montana Drive-Ins

Montana is best known for its natural resources and abundance of wild life. In fact, the number of elk, deer and antelope outnumber the number of people in the state. For this reason, you would not think that Montana would be an ideal location for drive-ins. However, at its peak, Montana hosted no less than 39 drive-ins beneath that big star filled sky. Since that time, most have closed and gone dark. There are still 2 drive-ins left in the state.

Open Drive-ins

Amusement Park Drive-in
7335 Mossmain Lane
Billings, MT 59106

The Amusement Park Drive-in is a recent newcomer having just opened in 2004 by a husband and wife team. Along with the drive-in, they have a mini-fer...more about Amusement Park Drive-in
Silver Bow Twin Drive-in
German Gulch Rd.
Butte, MT 59750

The Silver Bow Drive-in was built in 1977. A second screen was built in 1980 making it Montana's first twin drive-in. It is interesting to note that...more about Silver Bow Twin Drive-in

Permanantly Closed Drive-ins

Midway Drive-in
3115 Mt. Highway 40 W
Columbia Falls, MT 59912


Westernaire Drive-in
79000 U.S. 87
Lewistown, MT 59457

Before closing in 2008, the Westernaire Drive-in was one of the oldest remaining drive-ins in the United States as it was opened in 1944. more about Westernaire Drive-in
Libby Drive-in
1286 U.S. Highway 2 W
Libby, MT 59923


Go West Drive-in
2226 Mullan Road
Missoula, MT 59808


Sunset Drive-in
4291 Highway 16
Plentywood, MT 59254


Prairie Drive-in
3 Ten Mile Road
Terry, MT 59349


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