Drive In Movie Theater Coming To The Cape May Ferry

On Wednesday, Lower Township Mayor, Frank Sippel, put together a brief written update on whats going on with COVID-19 restrictions. It was at the bottom of his update that he announced that Lower Township and The Cape May Lewis Ferry are working together to bring a drive-in movie theater at the terminal.

The letter goes on to say;

“We are working with the Ferry Terminal to stand-up a weekly drive-in movie theater, where you can watch movies from your vehicle during the month of July. There will be more details to follow from our Recreation Department.”

We don’t have many details on this drive-in Movie Theater so tune back later for more info.

DID You KNOW that Cape May Country used to have a drive-in movie theater called “Wildwood Drive-In.” It was located in Rio Grande and  opened in 1950 with a capacity of 460 cars. At that point it only costed 60 cent per car for the movie. With inflation that single car would cost $5.60!

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