Rodeo Drive-In

Bingen, WA 98605

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Rodeo Drive-In

Located in Bingen, Washington, about 60 miles outside of Portland. The Rodeo Drive-In had a dress policy for Servicemen;It was simple wear your dress uniforms and get in free.

July 4, 1968 has "Clambake" and "One Million Years B.C." playing. They showed the features different each night they opened. They had free pony rides for small kids like a lot drive-ins did in those days. "For A Few Dollars More" and "Luv" opened Wednesday. With rotating showings, which I had never noticed a lot of drive-ins doing. The ‘Second Feature’ stayed the Second feature, but not at the Rodeo Drive-In. Early-October the Rodeo Drive-In would shut down until the following Summer and much warmer weather.

Contributed by Mike Rogers

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Mike Rogers
Mike Rogers on January 28, 2011 at 12:51 am

Added info on Movies and this area.They must have LOVED Elvis up here.I saw so many Elvis pictures advertised in the paper on the Rodeo Drive-in.

thisisjohnbook on January 22, 2013 at 10:50 pm

An ad clipping from the May 23, 1963 issue of the Mt. Adams Sun:

Kenmore on January 17, 2015 at 6:54 am

Could the Rodeo Drive-In be in neighboring White Salmon? Approx. address 260 NW Loop, White Salmon (Google). It goes back to at least 1959 on the topo maps and is clearly seen in a 1980 Photo of the area. Today, it appears to be private property, but you can still see the shape of the drive-in clearly.

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