Looking for a little taste of the old days? Arkansas’s last 3 remaining drive-in theaters have you covered….

    Old marques and new movies await at each of Arkansas’s drive-in movie theatres:

    Kenda Drive-In (Marshall, AR)

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    First welcoming movie-goers in 1965, Kenda Drive-In is a staple of Marshall, Arkansas. Sure, they run your great new blockbusters every weekend, but it’s what happens during the week that makes the Kenda Drive-In one of our favorites. Their concession stand is actually open every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday for all to enjoy and on the last Thursday of each month they have their “Throwback Thursdays.” If you have a pre-1980 car, admission is free for a gearhead flick like American Graffiti or Vanishing Point.

    For the real low-down on the Kenda Drive-In, watch this clip from “Exploring Arkansas.” You’ll be so excited to go to the drive-in you won’t be able to focus at work…

    112 Drive In (Fayetteville, AR)

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    From the classic marque to the first-run movies, there’s a lot to love about Fayetteville’s very own 112 Drive In. With prices at $4 for kids 6-12 and free admission for kids under the age of 5, it’s a perfect family night that won’t break the bank.

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    Stone Drive-In (Mountain View, AR)

    Showing all your favorite big-time movies, the Stone Drive-In in Mountain View, Arkansas continues to be a favorite for locals. Stop by catch a movie under the stars for only $5 a person.


    There may only be 3 drive-ins left in Arkansas, but each still fills up every weekend with families looking for a unique experience you can only have at the drive-in.

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