If you've never been to the Delsea Drive-in in Vineland, it's absolutely worth the trip south.

It's the last drive-in theater left in New Jersey, and one of only 400 remaining in the country. The Delsea has a rich history.

It all started in 1949 when drive-ins were all the rage. The theater closed in 1987 and didn't reopen until 2004.

From Delsea drive-in's website:

Combining the nostalgia of the drive-in movie theatre with modern technologies and healthier food choices, the Delsea Drive-In offers affordable family fun for all ages.

Whether you're looking for something family-friendly, like Dumbo, or you're in the mood to be scared by Jordan Peele's latest flick, 'Us,' Delsea drive-in has lots of options.

Admission is more than reasonable, and you can even bring your pet on Saturdays.

For movie selections, times, and more information on The Delsea, go here.

Vineland is a quick trip down the Parkway, and trust me it's worth the ride.

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