Sure, we have the Holiday Twin right here in Fort Collins but if you're looking to check out a really neat experience in the middle of nowhere, this is a spot you have to check out.

The Frontier Drive-Inn has been around for almost 70 years but it's so much more than just a drive in to watch movies.


You can actually cook with your crew in their chef's kitchen while enjoying a movie or two.

I know what you're thinking, why would I drive 4.5 hours to watch a movie and cook when I can do that closer to home?

Well, I'm glad you asked because this is more than just going to a movie, in addition to the whole cool cooking up some grub and even enjoying some food from guest chef's on occasion, you can actually stay on the grounds and spend the night in one of their yurts and make a weekend out of it.

In addition to the whole fancy kitchen thing where you can cook some food, if you're looking to simply relax and not do any cooking there is a snack bar on site as well.


How cool does that look?

Located in the San Luis Valley near the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Zapata Falls about 270 miles from Fort Collins, the Frontier Drive Inn looks like one of those unique Colorado experiences you almost have to try once.


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