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Muskoka Drive In will show Raptors games on the big screens

One of Canada's oldest drive ins will become Jurassic Park North next week
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The Muskoka Drive In cement screen was built on top of Canadian Shield rock and is one of the oldest Canadian Drive-Theatres still operating. It will be known as Jurassic Park North next week.
The Muskoka Drive In received approval from Maple Leafs Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) and is proud to show on our big screens the NBA finals between the Toronto Raptors and the Golden State Warriors. We are Jurrasic Park North.

Our venue is truly unique as we are one of Canada’s oldest drive ins. The original cement screen built in 1952 on top of Canadian Shield Rock (How more Canadian is that) will be the focal point of all the sports action.

On top of that we will also broadcast the games on our second screen so fans will be surrounded by BIG images of basketball game.

Although we are unable to play Game 4 on Friday, we have been cleared by MLSE to show Game 5 on Monday, June 10 and, if needed, Game 6 on Thursday June 13. Game 7 is also cleared by MLSE

This is a FREE event and will be open to all ages. We are asking that attendees donate non-perishable items for the food banks but it is not mandatory.

You have the option to sit in your car to watch or join others outside of the vehicles. We have only 250 car spaces so hopefully each vehicle will be filled with fans, but walk-ins will also be allowed to join.

The snack bar and barbecue will be open. No outside food or drink will be allowed. Gates open at 7 p.m. and attendance will be on a first-come basis. More details to follow.

The bottom line is we are trying to do something special where everyone can support and celebrate this incredible event of like-minded fans under the stars.