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Rubidoux Drive-in
3770 Opal Street
Riverside, CA 92509

One of California's oldest continually operated drive-ins, the Rubidoux was a solo screen venue (with amusement park rides beneath the screen) when it...more about Rubidoux Drive-in
Van Buren Drive-in
3035 Van Buren Blvd
Riverside, CA 92503

The Van Buren Drive-in is Southern California's largest operating drive-in. It has 3 screens (each showing a double feature) with an overall capacity...more about Van Buren Drive-in
Mission Tiki Drive-in
10789 Ramona Avenue
Montclair, CA 91763

Originally opened as the Mission Drive-in in 1956, the Mission Tiki Drive-in expanded to 4 screens in 1975. In 2006, the theater was refurbished with...more about Mission Tiki Drive-in
Vineland Drive-in
443 North Vineland Avenue
Industry , CA 91746

The Vineland is a classic drive-in that was expanded to 4 screens, with an overall capacity of 1500 cars, which still draws fantastic crowds on most w...more about Vineland Drive-in
Paramount Twin Drive-in
7770 Rosecrans Avenue
Paramount , CA 90723

The Paramount Drive-in was opened in 2014. But it is actually the renovated Roadium Drive-in that was opened on this spot in 1947. So another drive-i...more about Paramount Twin Drive-in
Skyline Drive-in
31175 Old Highway 58
Barstow, CA 92311

The Skyline Drive-in is located in Barstow, CA right off of Interstate 15. The Skyline Drive-in came late to the party for drive-ins, opening several...more about Skyline Drive-in
Smith's Ranch Drive-in
4584 Adobe Rd
Twentynine Palms, CA 92277

The Smith's Ranch Drive-in is still going strong. It is a single screen drive-in that is open year round although they only show movies on the weeken...more about Smith's Ranch Drive-in
Santee Drive-in
10990 Woodside Avenue
Santee, CA 92071

The Santee Drive-in was opened in 1958 as a solo screen with a second screen added later in the 1960's. They are still going strong and show movies e...more about Santee Drive-in

Recently Closed Drive-ins

Tri-City Drive-in
25352 Redlands Blvd
Loma Linda, CA 92354

One of the first drive-ins in California, the Tri-City Drive-in closed sometime in the early 1990's but then was demolished until about 2000. The scr...more about Tri-City Drive-in
Azusa Foothill Drive-in
675 East Foothill Blvd
Azusa, CA 91702

The lovely Azusa, first opened in 1955, was the largest of California's solo screen drive-ins at 1510 cars. It was one of two drive-ins which remaine...more about Azusa Foothill Drive-in
Santa Fe Springs Drive-in
13963 Alondra Blvd
Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670

Before the Santa Ana (I-5) Highway came through these parts in 1948, all you found in this area were dairy farms and orange groves. But a parcel of 1...more about Santa Fe Springs Drive-in
Starlite Drive-in
2540 Rosemead Blvd
South El Monte, CA 91733

Since being closed the screen has been demolished. Swap meets are still held here, but unfortunately, it appears the Starlite Drive-in is gone for go...more about Starlite Drive-in
Hi-Way 39 Drive-in
7901 Trask Avenue
Westminster, CA 92683

When the Hi-Way 39 Drive-in opened in 1955, it was one of the largest in America, and the largest in Southern California, with it amazing 1600 car cap...more about Hi-Way 39 Drive-in
Fiesta 4 Drive-in
8462 Whittier Boulevard
Pico Rivera, CA 90660

Like many of the Pacific area drive-ins of the time, the Fiesta Drive-in had a large mural painted on the back of the screen for those passing to enjo...more about Fiesta 4 Drive-in
Sky Drive-in
7028 Theatre Road
Yucca Valley, CA 92284


Valley Drive-in
3480 W. Mission Avenue
Oceanside, CA 92058

The Valley Drive-in was originally opened in 1966 as a solo screen. Another screen was added in 1969 to make it a dual screen theater. And then in 1...more about Valley Drive-in
South Bay Drive-in
20151 South Main Street
Carson, CA 90745


Aero Drive-in
1470 East Broadway
El Cajon, CA 92021

The Aero Drive-in was closed in 1999.more about Aero Drive-in
Harbor Drive-in
E. 32nd Street and National City Boulevard
National City, CA 91950

The Harbor Drive-in original opened in 1949. But the mid 1990's it was in financial trouble. However, the swap meets they held there helped pay the...more about Harbor Drive-in

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