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At $6 per person with reasonable prices at the snack bar you can't go wrong for 2 movies. This is a 50s drive-in complete with window speakers if you want to use them or just tune your radio to 89.3 and listen in your car....More
Fun,family oriented,nice staff,grear time with family and friends .The movies are new releases. The food is god or bring your own. NO rude people and kids are free to wall around with parents so they don't get bored.Nice time!!
This drive in is very family oriented and friendly to all, but they do regularly inform you that 1950s rules are in place and enforced to keep your evening enjoyable. The food is Great and they have much more than popcorn and soda at an...More
Everybody talks about the "good old days", but nobody ever returns to them. The exception is the Ruskin Family Drive-in. This is a trip back to "happy days" and "Ike" Eisenhower. The price is right, and it is crammed full of families on a weekend...More
Small town feel with a family setting, this drive-in is one of only two in this area and the best by far. Locals appreciate it and kids play while waiting for the show to begin. Small snack bar and pricing will surprise you. The movies...More
Been going here since I was a kid bring my children there now. The owner hasn't changed he's always been rude and nasty. Even know he's like that we still like the old feel of the drive Inn. The restroom is nasty most of the...More
This was our first drive in movie ever. It was a great experience we even had our dinner there and it was good. We stayed in the car for the movie and tuned the sound in on our radio because we didn't fancy being eaten...More
We went to a movie - primarily because we could bring our own popcorn, turn the volume up as far as we needed to to hear well, and could shut out all other distractions - like people on cell phones!! Lovely evening
We arrived about 45 minutes before the start of the movie, and it was very easy to get in and find a spot to park for the movies. And 2 first run movies for just $6 per person is a real deal. Popcorn is very...More