Hi-Ho Drive-In

TX-70 and County Road 431,
Spur, TX 79370

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Previously operated by: Frontier Theatres

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Hi-Ho Drive-In

The Hi-Ho Drive-In opened by June 1952 as Crosby County’s destination for outdoor films generally selected for family audiences. It was operated by R.I. Payne and Frontier Theatres. It was still open in 1957. The screen was later toppled by tornadic winds.

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Kenmore on March 23, 2019 at 10:11 am

Found It!

The closest address I could find is TX-70 and County Road 431, Spur, TX.

The drive-in was located about a mile north of Spur along the east side of TX-70 less than 500 feet from the County Road 431/TX-70 intersection.

A 1966 aerial shows the drive-in intact, but by 1996 it had been demolished. Today, only the foundation of the projector booth/concession stand remains.


MichaelKilgore on November 3, 2019 at 9:05 pm

Billboard, June 7, 1952: “New Hi Ho Drive-In Theater has been opened at Spur, Tex., by J. D. McCain.”

davidcoppock on November 4, 2019 at 12:28 am

Odd name!! Why the name Hi-Ho?

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