|location||US 360, 2 miles north of Keysville, Va.|
|opened||1952; closed 2001, reopened May 29, 2009|
|booking policy||double and triple features|
|admission||$7 adults, $4 children 3-11; online ticketing available|
The Keysville is among dozens of drive-ins nationwide in the running to receive one of five new digital projection systems, courtesy of Honda's Project Drive-In. Click here to vote online, or text Vote11 to 444999. Voting is open through September 21, 2013, and you may vote twice a day, once via Web and once via text.
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Average rating: 4.6 (5 votes)
"Good food, nice family atmosphere." 5 -- Hambone
"Always a good time at Keysville Drive-In. Mark and team do a good job. Good family fun. Enjoyed all the shows so far, but needs to play some Blues before the show." 5 -- 1st Ticket Mike
"Had a great time on Saturday night Sept 12, 2009. Glad to see it re-open and I have passed the word around. So many of us have children that have never been to a drive-in. So, fit the drive-in into your weekend." 4 -- Allen Smith
"My wife and I love this place and really appreciate the opportunity to relive our younger years sitting together in the privacy of our car, watching a movie and commenting on the parts that we felt were noteworthy. We also appreciate a great entertainment bargain, first run movies, pretty good snack-shack and super nice staff people. You have to plan when to use the restroom, since there are only two and the sound is coming through your car radio, which means that you will probably have to idle your car or bring a pair of jumper cables! We go as often as we can whether we are interested in the movies or not, just for the experience and to support local business." 4 -- Victor
After eight years of inactivity and decay, the Keysville is back, thanks to Mark Frank of nearby Crewe, who has leased the drive-in, rebuilt the screen and renovated the snack bar/projection building.
Click here to see the 1991 USGS map depicting the drive-in and
Click here to see a 1994 aerial photo of the drive-in.
Photos from Tim Thompson's Drive-In Theater. Used by permission.