Polson Pier Drive-In
Right on the edge of the Lake Ontario in the city, this is North America’s only Downtown Drive In. For outdoor movie action in the 416, this is the place to be. Two screens, showing blockbusters every weekend, all summer long. It’s $15 for adults, except on Carload Sundays, when the whole car is just $25.
11 Polson St., Toronto.
The 5 Drive-In
About half an hour outside the city, The 5 features a fifties diner, and you can see four features for $15. Now that’s a marathon. Thursday carload is also just $15, and regular adult admission is $11. Kids under 5 are free!
2332 Ninth Line, Oakville
North York Drive-In
50 minutes outside of the city, you’ll find the North York Drive In, which boasts $7 admission on Tuesdays. Open since 1955, The North York is cash only, and it’s one of the only drive ins open 7 days a week. Regular admission is $11.
893 Mount Albert (north of Newmarket), Sharon, Ontario
About an hour drive from Toronto, The Starlite features a retro drive-in diner, so you can snack on some serious guilty pleasure food during your screening. It’s run by the same folks as The 5, so the prices are the same.
59 Green Mountain Road East, Stoney Creek.
Mustang Drive-In Guelph
One of the coolest things about The Mustang, which is about an hour and 15 minutes away from Toronto, is the all-nighter. They haven’t announced the line up for the summer, but keep checking. The Mustang is also cash-only. Admission is $12, or $13 for three features. Kids twelve and under are free, so this is great if you’re babysitting for the weekend. They’re also open 7 days a week, and Tuesdays are just $5, and Thursdays are $15 a carload.
Jones Baseline Rd., South of hwy 7 between Guelph and Rockwood, Guelph, Ontario.