- Bethel (Windsor County) Vermont
Randall Drive-in: 802-234-7220
located on Route 12, 4 miles south of town
(between the towns of Bethel and Randolph)
Vermont's smallest Drive-in has a single screen
and a capacity for just under 200 cars. They are
open weekends only Fri-Sat-Sun, screening double
features of current and recent films. Admission: $7
for each adult; free for children aged 11 and under.
- Colchester (Chittenden County) Vermont
Sunset Drive-In Theatre: 802-862-1800
located on Porters Point Road, off Route 127
(just outside— 1 mile north of— Burlington).
This second generation family-owned and family oriented Drive-in
handed down from father to son, has been in operation since 1948,
and is also the oldest continuously-operated New England Drive-in.
Their season runs May-Sept, with 4 screens showing double features
of first-run films; FM radio local vicinity broadcasting for the movies'
soundtrack. Admission: $7.50 for adults; $2 for children under age 12.
- Fairlee (Orange County) Vermont
Fairlee Drive-In Theatre: 802-333-9192
located at 1809 Route 5, one mile north of town
The usual Hotel/Motel concept of in-room movies is CABLE TV ..
* this is one of only 2 Drive-ins in America that have a motel on the
premises with a view of a Drive-in Movie; all rooms have a picture
window and speaker, allowing motel guests to watch the movies.
The motel has 12 units, so be sure that you make a reservation
well in advance to enjoy this unique Drive-in which has been in
operation since 1950 in rural Vermont - 45mins East of Montpelier.
- St. Albans (Franklin County) Vermont
St. Albans Drive-in: 802-524-3185
located on Route 7 North
The folks who run this single-screener are expecting twins;
watch for further updates on the addition of another screen.
And speaking of extended families, there is a capacity here
for half a thousand cars. They screen double features, all
first-run films during their season, which opens up with
weekends only, and then runs to 7 nites thru Labor Day.
Movie audio provided with an FM (88.9) radio broadcast.
Admission: $7.50 per adult; $1 for kids aged 11 & under.