The drive-in is set up in the parking lot of the Bernex sports complex. When we drive up, we are greeted by a woman wearing a mask. You need to reserve your ticket online in advance. Then we are directed to our parking spot. Parking is based on a first-come, first-served basis, so you can’t reserve spots online. It’s not a large parking lot, though, so I don’t think there is a bad spot.
Staff walk around with instructions on audio, which involves tuning into a specific radio station. The staff are there to help with any problems but luckily, we quickly find the station and enjoy some music until the movie starts. Tech issues are not a problem. The car next to us clearly have technical difficulties, but the staff are on hand with a small radio for them to use as a substitute to their car radio. Sorted.
After we are all parked and settled, we decide to check out the “American Snacks”. stand! There are various drinks including beer, as well as hot dogs, chips and candy. We go for a bit of a walk and find a bench. It is a beautiful night, perfect for a chat while we enjoy our treats!