Q: I’m new to the Drive In – what are the ground rules?
A: Click here to see our standing rules for the Drive-In.
Q: How many people constitute a carload?
A: We consider a carload to be the 3 or more people IN THE VEHICLE AT TIME OF ENTRY. In cases were a vehicle is excessively overloaded (i.e., pickup truck with body full of people, etc) we reserve the right to determine a carload to be based on the maximum number of seat belts in the vehicle. Vehicles with passengers in excess of the number of seat belts will be charged the single rate ($8.00) per person.
Q: I want to join my friends who have already paid and entered the drive in? Can I just walk in?
A: In ALL cases everyone entering the Drive In Theatre property MUST ENTER through our front gate and make their entry known to our gate staff. Where people are looking to join a vehicle that has already entered the drive in, that person or people must pay a single rate charge of $8.00 per person to be allowed entry.
Q: Can I run my cars engine during the movie?
A: We strongly recommend that you do not run your engine for long periods during the movie. Noisy car engines are bothersome to your neighbours in then next car. Also Carbon Monoxide is poison and can build up with several vehicles running in close proximity to each other.
Q: How do I turn off my daytime running lights?
A: Apply your parking break (emergency brake), it will shut off most vehicles daytime running light. If this fails to work you must cover your headlights with cardboard or a sheet, to keep the lights off the screen.
Q: Do I have to watch both movies or can I just come to one?
A: Our gate remains open until after the second movie starts. Feel free to drop by late if you want to only attend the second movie. The admission price remains the same. Call the movie line on the night of the movie to see what the approx time of the start for the second movie will be.
Q: Do you show the Movies during severe weather?
A: We are committed to run each night regardless of weather assuming at least 10 paying vehicles are present by Showtime. In the event of severe weather (high winds/lightning/rain etc, mechanical breakdown, or unforeseen circumstances the management reserves the right to cancel the show and refund as per our refund policy.
Q: What is your refund policy?
A: Customer initiated refunds are only available prior to the start of the first feature. Once the first feature has begun NO REFUNDS are given under any circumstances.
In the event of show cancellation by management due to severe weather, mechanical breakdown or unforeseen circumstances prior to showtime OR during the first feature, a Full Refund will be offered, if a cancellation is required after the first feature has shown, NO REFUNDS
Q: It’s a nice night can we sit outside the vehicle?
A: We welcome you to sit out under the stars. Please remember to bring a portable FM radio to hear the movie outside of your car. Lawn chairs must be placed IN FRONT of the vehicle NOT in the parking space next to it.
Q: Can you get more family or kids movies?
A: We strive to get every family orientated movie as soon as we can. Unfortunately the movie companies release a very few “General” rated movies during the summer months. Please click here for a more detailed explanation of film ratings in Nova Scotia.
Q: Can we bring in our own food to the Drive In?
A: The vast majority of the revenues from our gate admission prices go to cover the cost of the movie. Our Drive In survives on the profits generated from our canteen sales. We have very reasonable prices with large portions. Please support us in our canteen. Click here to view the Canteen Menu.