Tri-Way Drive-In

4400 N. Michigan Road,
Plymouth, IN 46563

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The Tri-Way Drive-In opened in 1953 as a single screen. Tri-Way was the theater’s original name; its name comes not from its later-three screens, but rather from its location near three highways (US Routes 30, 31, and 6). The first film that played at the Tri-Way was “Has Anyone Seen My Gal” starring Piper Laurie.

Today, the Tri-Way Drive-In is only one of only a handful of outdoor theaters still in operation in Indiana. It can accomodate over 500 cars, has a playground, and features vintage intermission trailers, such as the “dancing hotdogs”. The Tri-Way’s season runs from April-September. A fourth screen was added in 2013.

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rpatnaude
rpatnaude on June 22, 2005 at 8:14 am

This is a fantastic Drive-In theatre for people in the South Bend area. Spent many a happy night here with friends. They always seem to get a good selection of movies.

jackshaw
jackshaw on November 29, 2006 at 3:50 pm

I believe recently They added minature golf! never been, always pass by on my way to South Bend. Got to go this summer!

CraigSCummings
CraigSCummings on April 30, 2013 at 9:26 am

Now has 4 screens. Terrible policies. Give drive-ins a bad name! Must purchase $8 permit to bring own food in – $16 charge if caught. Cannot share food with other cars. Nasty “Policy Strictly Enforced” on wed site with mention of Security Guards at entrance. No photographing allowed. This is NOT what drive-ins are about – or ever were!

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