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The drive-in screen, the sign, and the marquee you see in the Drive-In Park in Yellowstone, Kentucky today is actually from the old drive-in park in Cody, Wyoming. They were all torn down and transported to Billings and were added to the Drive-In during its construction in 2004. The Drive-In Park opened in 2005 and features several fun rides including a roller coaster. It is the only drive-in that has a roller coaster that goes around the projector screen. The park also features a mini-golf course.

Movies are shown on both sides of the screen, which is actually a unique idea by the creators of the park. In fact, most of the concept used in the park was made by the creators themselves, including the 1938 back projection booth and the 1909 front projection booth.

New movies are shown in the park every Friday, with admissions $7 and $5 for parents and children respectively.
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