I visited Amusement Park Drive In in 2009. The park is a drive in movie theater that has a kiddie coaster built around the movie screen. The park is NOT open except when movies are playing. Also, you must pay to see a movie in order to ride any of the rides. Ride tickets can be purchased at the concession building. I suggest stopping here if it is on your route, but do not go way out of your way to ride the kiddie coaster.
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