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Finger Lakes Drive-in
Status: Operating seasonally from May to September
Location: 1056 Clark Steet Rd., Routes 5 and 20, Aurelius, NY 13021
Website: www.fingerlakesdrivein.com
Phone: 315-252-3969
Screens: 1
Capacity: 290 cars
Original owner: Built by Paul Field, operated later by Frank Feocco, currently operated by Kevin Mullen.
Opening date: July 15, 1947

This page was last updated on December 10, 2009.

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Topo Map from 1991, courtesy of TerraServer USA. Aerial image from 1954, courtesy of the Cayuga County Soil and Water Conservation District. Aerial image from 1995, courtesy of Terra Server USA. Aerial image from 2005, courtesy of Google Earth.
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Grand opening ad from the Auburn Citizen-Adevertiser on July 15, 1947. Now open and congratulations ad from the Auburn Citizen-Adevertiser on July 29, 1947. Ad from the Auburn Citizen-Advertiser in 1960, courtesy of Charles Bruss. Finger Lakes Drive-in marquee, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com.
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Finger Lakes Drive-in ticket booth, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com. Finger Lakes Drive-in entrance sign, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com. Finger Lakes Drive-in parking sign, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com. Finger Lakes Drive-in screen and snackbar, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com.
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Finger Lakes Drive-in speaker pole, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com. Finger Lakes Drive-in screen and snackbar, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com. Finger Lakes Drive-in snackbar, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com. Finger Lakes Drive-in screen, from July 2009, courtesy of Phil D. Rapper and www.syracusenewtimes.com.

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For many years our family has enjoyed many a movie at this drive-in. It used to be open 7 nights a week, and show 3 movies a night. Now it is under new management as of the 2012 season and appears to be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday only showing 2 movies/night.
#1 - John - 07/04/2012 - 11:05
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