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Vermont Drive-Ins

The Green Mountain State did not begin contributing to the number of drive-ins in America until the mid 1940's. And during its peak, Vermont hosted more than 20 drive-ins in the state. Most of them are gone now and the state currently has 3 remaining drive-ins. Even though that is a small number, because of the state's small population, the state has one of the highest drive-in per capita ratios in the country. Vermont has a drive-in for every 200,000 residents. And while that may seem high, the national average is one drive-in for every one million residents! Only South Dakota has better ratio with a drive-in for every 140,000 residents.

Open Drive-ins

Bethel Drive-in
36 Bethel Dr
Bethel, VT 5032

The Bethel Drive-in was opened in 1954 as the Randall Drive-in. The new owners just recently purchased the drive-in within the last couple of years a...more about Bethel Drive-in
Sunset Drive-in
155 Porters Point Rd
Colchester, VT 5446

Located to the north of Burlington, VT, the Sunset Drive-in is one of New England's oldest continuously operated drive-ins as it has not missed a seas...more about Sunset Drive-in
Fairlee Drive-in Theatre
1809 Route 5
Fairlee, VT 5045

The Fairlee Drive-in is unusual as they also have a motel on site. This is only 1 of 2 drive-ins in the United States that also runs a motel on the s...more about Fairlee Drive-in Theatre

Permanantly Closed Drive-ins

St. Albans Drive-in
429 Swanton Rd
St. Albans, VT 5478

Closed in 2014 because of the high cost of switching to digital projection. more about St. Albans Drive-in