Kingston Drive-In

1533 McAdoo's Lane,
Kingston, ON K7L 4V3

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Opened in 1966, the Kingston Drive-In is located off Highway #401 & Division Street North in Kingston, Ontario. This drive-in is a pretty famous place, becaues it has been seen in the rock video "Summer Of 69" by Brian Adams (who was born in Kingston, Ontario) and it’s also famous for its giant 55 X 95 foot screen & Dolby Surround Sound on their FM station. The Kingston Drive-In has room for 1,100 cars.

Contributed by Chad Irish

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AlexL
AlexL on October 18, 2007 at 7:28 am

This drive-in has three screens. I don’t know when the other two were added to the original screen. It has some amusement park rides too and a go-kart track nowadays.

Lost Memory
Lost Memory on October 18, 2007 at 8:47 am

Website.

Address:
1533 McAdoo’s Lane
Kingston, ON K7L, Canada

PGlenat
PGlenat on October 18, 2007 at 11:01 am

The address needs to be changed to 1533 McAdoo’s Lane, Kingston ON. 1533 McAdoo’s Lane maps out as running off Perth Rd just north of Hwy 401. North of the Hwy 401-Division St interchange (exit 617) the road name changes to Perth Rd. McAdoo’s Lane is 0.5 miles from the interchange.
The theatre is listed on their website currently as Kingston Family Funworld Park Drive In. According to their site it’s now three screens, plus other entertainment, including go-karts, mini putt, batting tent and amusement rides.

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