Located in Montclair, this drive-in theater was originally called the Mission when it opened in 1956. Much like Van Buren, the Mission Tiki started as a single-screen drive-in and then expanded to four screens. In 2006 it began a refurbishment process that included upgrading to FM transmitters and Technalight projetion. Playing off its name, ticket booths were remodeled to look like tiki huts, a Maui statue garden was added and the concession stands were also remodeled with a tiki theme. You can watch some of the latest releases at this drive-in, which is open seven days a week, while enjoying snacks from the concession stand, including pizza, burgers, Mexican food and more.