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jondeere2017 wrote a review Dec 2017
Eighty Four, Pennsylvania50 contributions15 helpful votes
Glad we went and enjoyed an old past time. I always liked the drive ins back in the day and I still do.
Date of experience: September 2017
dave36645 wrote a review Oct 2017
Spraggs, Pennsylvania160 contributions16 helpful votes
A great place to take your family. The price is right, and the food is good with the right price also. We met the owner a couple times, very nice people! Looking for a place to take the family out for a night, this is it!
Date of experience: August 2017
Amanda J wrote a review Jun 2017
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania25 contributions7 helpful votes
If you are looking for an inexpensive night with the family, this is the place to go. Nothing more fun than watching a movie under the stars. We really enjoy our time here and you always get to see 2 movies for one price. Best snack bar food around, and you get your money's worth!…
Date of experience: June 2017
AnUnOriginalName wrote a review Nov 2016
28 contributions9 helpful votes
Drive-in ! I don't know what else needs to be said. A well maintained, family run outdoor movie venue. Grab some popcorn and junk food. Toss a blanket down or put down your tailgate and just have a good time.
Date of experience: August 2016
Redheadedlass wrote a review Apr 2015
Morgantown, West Virginia550 contributions57 helpful votes
It's great that this drive-in is open, don't think that there are many left in the US. What can I say about Skyview? Anyone from Carmichael area already knows about it, can't believe nothing was on Tripadvisor about it though because saw that it's been open since 1946ish. There are 2 screens, each screen will be showing 2 movies. One is usually more geared towards kids and other adults. It's cheap compared to a regular movie theater, only $8 for adults and $4 for kids. They accept cash and now credit cards. There is a concession stand where the bathrooms are, no outside food is permitted inside and someone actually is walking around checking on things like that and alcohol and switching screens. The concession food is what you would expect and sort of expensive, but hey it's an experience. They were on verge of closing about 2 or so years ago if didn't switch to digital. The digital equipment to run the movies is very expensive, and luckily they were able to raise it through fund-raisers and raffles. So. now the picture quality is pretty good since going digital. The old speakers are still there but only a couple still work, so tune into radio station on your car and listen. Tips: They open at 7:30 and movies start at dusk. Get there early because cars will be lining up outside of gates. Take blankets, pillows, folding chairs, etc, and try sit outside your car if it's warm enough. Only open on weekends, check their website or facebook page for what movies they're showing.…
Date of experience: April 2015