Do you enjoy the movies, but prefer not to spend your summer hours indoors? Visit one of these theaters and enjoy a fun movie with the family or your sweetheart in the great outdoors from the comfort of your own car. Idaho has 10 drive-in theaters still in operation, with most located in smaller towns that offer a charm all their own. Order a milkshake or popcorn and let the summertime memories begin!
Terrace Drive-In, Caldwell
Opened in the 1950s, the Terrace is family owned and promises a family friendly atmosphere.
Spud Drive-In, Driggs
(208) 354-2727 (showtimes), (208) 354-SPUD (7783)
The Teton Valley’s historical place to enjoy movies and 50’s-style concessions since 1953.
Sunset Auto-Vu Drive-In, Grangeville
(208) 983-5509 (showtimes), (208) 983-1370
The Sunset Auto-Vu Drive-In theatre has been owned by the same family for 50-plus years and is on the National Historic Register.
Sky Vu Drive-In, Idaho Falls
(208) 522-3111 (showtimes)
Opened in 1950, this single screen drive-in can accommodate 400 cars and is open May through September.
Motor-Vu Drive-In, Idaho Falls
(208) 522-2111 (showtimes)
Movies begin at dusk, around 9:30 pm.
Parma Motor Vu Drive-In, Parma
(208) 722-6401 (showtimes)
Parma Motor Vue has been operated by the same family for 60 years. It still pops popcorn in the original machine and shows movies on the original screen. Read a recent Idaho Statesman article.
Teton Vu Drive-In, Rexburg
(208) 356-7469 (showtimes)
The Teton Vu Drive-In is open on a seasonal basis and has space for 350 cars.
Idan-Ha Drive-In, Soda Springs
(208) 547-3282 (showtimes)
The theater has operated continuously since opening in the 1950s. Open mid-May through Labor Day, this drive-in shows movies Thursday through Sunday.
Motor-Vu Drive-In, Twin Falls
(208) 734-2400 (showtimes), (208) 733-6226
The Motor-Vu opened in August, 1947. Happy 66th birthday!
Grand-Vu Drive-In, Twin Falls
(208) 734-2400 (showtimes), (208) 733-5928
The Grand-Vu Drive-In opened in 1952. This single screen drive-in has a capacity for 438 cars.