Harbor Drive-In

E. 32nd Street and National City Boulevard,
National City, CA 91950

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Harbor Drive-In

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The Harbor Drive-In opened in 1949, T.P. Hunnington was the original owner. Sunday church services started in 1974. Due to some high tax liens, the swap meet helped cover the costs to keep the drive-in going. The swap meet later closed in 1999.

The Harbor Drive-In finally closed in 2003, “Spy Kids 3D” was one of the last films. The tower has been torn down and the lot now serves as a park and ride location.

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Drive-In 54
Drive-In 54 on April 16, 2014 at 12:22 am

The correct address is: E. 32nd St. & National City Blvd National City, CA, 91950

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