Point Drive-In

3601 Point Township Drive,
Northumberland, PA 17857

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Point Drive-In

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Opened as the Arrow Drive-In on June 21, 1952. In the mid-1950’s (sometime after 1955) it was renamed Point Drive-In. In the 1960’s it was operated by Comerford Theatres chain. By 1993, it was operating with 3-screens and is one of the few remaining drive-in theatres to maintain three screens.

Every Halloween, there is a Horror Fest show showing four back-to-back films on one screen (including black and white classics on certain weekends). There is a small haunted house for patrons to tour at their leisure, and the staff even creeps around scaring the viewers in their cars.

Contributed by TyLean Hixson

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Chris1982 on October 3, 2014 at 9:16 pm

This drive-in opened as the Arrown Drive-In in 1954, it became the Point Drive-In in 1958. Opened as a single screen drive-in. The website is no longer an active website. They only have a facebook page. It is listed as the Point 3 Drive-In. Open seasonally April thru September. 600 car capacity and has made the conversion to digital projection. Facebook page

Tine263 on July 1, 2016 at 9:47 am

If anyone is interested, I found some interesting information about the history of the theater (plus photos from our visit!!) –

Drive-In Adventures Point 3 Drive-In

NYozoner on January 2, 2017 at 7:12 am

June 21, 1952 article in Billboad indicates that the Arrow Drive-In in Danville, PA, has been recently opened.

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