Outdoor film screenings have been experiencing a revival in Arkansas and across the country over the last few years. Of course, the hey-day of the drive-in theater is long gone, but several stalwarts have managed to stick around.

In fact, there are three operational drive-in movie theaters in Arkansas. From central Arkansas, you'll have to drive a little ways to find one, but the experience is worth it for kids and parents alike. Bring lawn chairs or blankets to set up outside your vehicle, and be sure to check the weather before you go!

1. Stone Drive-In in Mountain View: This theater is open every night, playing new, kid-friendly releases, such as "Inside Out." Currently, concessions are limited, snacks only. It can be difficult to find, so visit the website for directions. Admission is cash only: $5 for ages 12 and older, $3 for ages 4-11. For movie times and film schedule, visit StoneDriveIn.net.

2. Kenda Drive-In in Marshall: Approximately a 2-hour drive from Little Rock, this popular theater in Marshall offers fun promotions, such as an throwback Thursdays. Double features are shown Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $6 for adults and $2 for children ages 6-11; children under 6 get in free (cash or check only). For movie times and film schedule, visit KendaDriveIn.com.

3. 112 Drive-In in Fayetteville: Watch your outdoor film with all the fixings at this theater--the concession stand offers everything from nachos to deep-fried Twinkies. The theater is open Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Admission (cash only) is $10 for ages 13 and up, $5 for children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6. For showtimes and film schedule, visit 112DriveInTheatre.com.