There’s Only One Remaining Drive-In Theater In All Of New Jersey And You Need To Visit

Did you know that New Jersey was home to the first ever drive-in theater? On June 6th, 1933, Park-In Theater opened up in Camden. Popular right from the start, the peak era of the drive-in theater was from the late 1950s to the early 1960s. During that time, there were over 4,000 drive-in theaters in the United States. New Jersey was home to several, including the Route 35 Drive-In in Hazlet, which shuttered its metaphorical doors in 1991. Theater after theater closed as video cassettes grew in popularity and now, only one remains. Lucky for us, it’s lovely!

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