In the 1960s and early 1970s, you'd be able to find over 130 drive-in theaters in the State of Michigan.  50 years later, we only have 9 drive-in theaters left in the state.  The first dive-in theater was opened in Harper Woods in 1938, 4 years after the first drive-in in America opened.  By 1959 the number of theaters had ballooned up to 127 throughout Michigan.

In the mid 1970s, the number of drive-ins had begun to decline and by the 1988 Michigan only had 62 theaters left, half of theaters had closed in a decade's time.  Now only 9 remain scattered throughout the state.

Here are the remaining drive-in theaters in Michigan:

Capri Drive-In
119 W. Chicago Road, Coldwater, MI

Cherry Bowl
9812 Honor Highway, Honor, MI

Danny Boy's Drive In Movie Theater
3615 S State Rd, Ionia, MI 48846

US-23 Drive-In Theater
G-5200 Fenton Road, Flint, MI

Five Mile Drive-In
28190 M152, Dowagiac, MI

Ford Drive-In 1-5
10400 Ford Road, Dearborn, MI

Getty 4
920 East Summit Avenue, Muskegon, MI

Hi-Way
2778 E. Sanilac Rd, Sandusky, MI

Sunset Auto Theater
69017 Red Arrow Highway, Hartford, MI