Can I park backwards?

Yes. You can pull in backwards and sit in the back of your vehicle. However, your back hatch must be tied down to the level of your roof so that you won’t block people behind you. Vehicles that plan to open their hatch will be placed further back from the screen.

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1. Can I leave my vehicle engine running during the movie?
2. Can I sit outside?
3. Where can I park? Where is the best parking spot?
4. Can I let my children run around?
5. Can I bring my dog?
6. Are washrooms available?
7. Can I smoke?
8. Can I bring alcohol or cannabis?
9. Can I reserve a ticket at the gate?
10. What happens if it rains?
11. Can I get in after the show starts?
12. Do I need a car or can I walk-in?
13. I have friends arriving later. Can I reserve a spot next to mine for them?
14. Can I park backwards?
15. Can I leave and come back in?
16. Are there any restrictions on the use of my stereo, like for example the volume?
17. Can I talk during the movie?
18. How do I turn off my headlights and tail lights?
19. Will my battery die? And if so, what do I do?
20. Can you tell me when you are playing a specific movie, or what’s playing on a specific date?
21. How many cars does the drive-in hold?
22. How big is the drive-in screen?
23. What COVID-19 precautions are you taking?