Drive-in Theatres Are Reopening in Ontario




It's official! Drive-in theatres in Ontario have been given the go-ahead to re-open for business as of Sunday, May 31. Families will now be able to catch a flick outside of the home.

After checking the following websites, many of these theatres have not yet announced a date, but most are expected to re-open soon as they prepare to implement distancing measures to protect both customers and employees.

Here's a list of drive-in theatres located in and around the GTA area:


The 5 Drive-In Theatre
2332 Ninth Line & Hwy 5 (Dundas), Oakville, ON
905-257-8272
More info


Hanover Drive-In
Grey Country #28, Hanover, ON
519-364-2066
More info


Lindsay Twin Drive-In Theatre - Now open
229 Pigeon Lake Rd, Lindsay, ON
705-340-6666
More info


Muskoka Drive-In - Now open
Doe Lake Road, Gravenhurst, ON
705-687-4880
More info


Mustang Drive-In Guelph - Opening June 5
Jones Baseline Rd., South of HWY 7 between Guelph and Rockwood, Guelph, ON
519-824-5431
More info


Mustang Drive-In London
2551 Wilton Grove Road, London, ON
519-644-1160
More info


Port Hope Drive-In
2141 Theatre Rd S, Cobourg, ON 
905-434-8233
More info


Stardust Drive-In Theatre (Newmarket)
893 Mount Albert Road, Sharon, ON
905-836-4444
More info


Starlite Drive-In Hamilton
59 Green Mountain Road East, Stoney Creek, ON
905-662-4800
More info


Sunset Barrie Theatre
Highway 11 at Guthrie, Barrie, ON
705-487-2212
More info

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