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A large chain bolted to an even larger rock at the top of a mountain has spared from destruction the little town below -- or so the story goes. Roadsideamerica.com Report... [05/01/2016]
$5 to see a drive-thru tree is probably worth it if you're in the area. The gift shop is unimpressive. But it is a redwood tree that you can drive through, so go ahead and do it if you get a chance.[Martin Hafer, 05/01/2016]
There are only a handful of grandfathered drive-thru trees in the U.S., plus a few more that you can walk through.
- 67402 Drive Thru Tree Rd, Leggett, CA
- At Leggett turn west from US 101 onto Hwy 1, then immediately turn south onto Hwy 271. Drive south for around a mile, and you'll see the entrance sign on the right (west side) for Drive-Thru Tree Park.
- $5.00 per car
- RA Rates:
- The Best
From an outsider's perspective, this bus transfer station is indeed very imaginative.[Marc, 05/01/2016]
Some locals who use the station have complained that it's more a work of art than a practical shelter from the elements.
- Telegraph Rd, Ventura, CA
- Telegraph Road on the north side of the Pacific View Mall, between S. Mills Road and S. Dunning Street, Ventura.
- Free (unless you catch a bus).
Definitely a cool place to watch drive-in movies. Well maintained and clean.[Howard, 05/01/2016]
Starlight Inn and Sunset Drive-in Movie Theatre
- 179 Porters Point Rd, Colchester, VT
- Starlight Inn, just east of 127/Prim Rd, south side of Porters Point Rd.
Days gone by. The drive-in movie motel has seen better times, but still we can remember what it was like.[Howard, 05/01/2016]
Fairlee Motel and Drive-in Theater
- 1809 US Hwy 5N, Fairlee, VT
- Fairlee Motel and Drive-in Theater, I-91 exit 15. Drive east on Lake Morey Rd until it ends. Turn left onto US Hwy 5/Main St. Drive north about two miles. You'll see the sign for the Fairlee on the left.
- Drive-in open daily May-Sep. (Call to verify)