Sit Back, Relax and Enjoy the Show – Loveland Movie Theater Edition

July 10, 2018

Northern Colorado is known as an outdoorsman’s paradise. Hiking, biking, fishing and kayaking are just a few of the activities that residents and visitors of Loveland, Colorado can take advantage of. While this area has a reputation of outdoor exploration, there is plenty to do for residents that want to switch it up and spend some time indoors. With an array of shops, boutiques, museums, galleries and more, all in close proximity to The Lakes at Centerra, there’s truly something for everyone to do.

One of the universal forms of entertainment that people of all ages enjoy is a matinee movie or night out on the town to catch the latest from Hollywood. There are multiple movie theaters in Loveland, Colorado where couples can catch a flick for date night, kids can fuel their imaginations with the latest animated sensation, and the silver generation can reminisce about the good old days when a movie ticket was less than a dollar. Regardless of how many years are under your belt, Loveland’s three movie theaters are easily accessible and create the perfect atmosphere for experiencing the hottest motion picture.

Top 3 Movie Theaters to Catch the Next Flick At:

  1. Movie on Main at The Promenade Shops at Centerra Movie on Main is a free outdoor movie theater located at the Main Plaza at the Promenade Shops of Centerra. They show a different family‑friendly film every Saturday during the summer season and treat their guests to free popcorn and cotton candy, while supplies last of course. The Loveland, Colorado weather in the summer is serene and provides the perfect climate for visitors to comfortably spend time outside without needing seven layers of clothing or feeling like they need to run through the sprinklers to cool off. Pack up the family, blankets and lawn chairs and get ready to enjoy family movie night with a twist!
  2. Loveland MetroLux 14 at Centerra – What better way to end a day filled with hiking, biking, shopping and eating at restaurants in Loveland, Colorado than topping it off with viewing the latest and greatest movies? The Loveland MetroLux 14 is located on the north end of the Promenade Shops at Centerra and has films for every type of movie lover. Whether you prefer action, comedy, thrillers or children’s movies, the Loveland MetroLux has it all. In addition to showing the newest movies on the market, they also showcase film series the first Wednesday of every month for film enthusiasts. Conveniently located near The Lakes at Centerra, downtown Loveland, Colorado and the surrounding areas, the Loveland MetroLux is your one‑stop shop for a fun afternoon or night out!
  3. Holiday Twin Drive In – If you’ve ventured up north and are looking for things to do in Fort Collins, Colorado, we have just the movie experience for you! The Holiday Twin Drive‑in, one of nine in Colorado, is a family‑owned, seasonal drive‑in theater. They offer first‑run double features every night of the week during the summer season and have a snack bar with the best movie night treats to choose from. Movie‑watchers of all ages are welcome to cruise into the lot and post up for an evening of film fun! The best part? Your family pets are invited to join the night out (as long as they are on a leash). Enjoy the newest movie on the market in the comfort of your own car with your friends, family and furry companions by your side.

Loveland, Colorado embraces and promotes spending time with friends and family. Whether spending the day soaking up the sun or dashing in and out of local shops to freshen up your wardrobe, wherever your adventure takes you, make sure to enjoy a good old‑fashioned film every once and awhile. Gather up your friends, family (and even your pets) because at The Lakes at Centerra life really is different here.

Upcoming Events

Loveland Sweetheart Festival: Love Locks Lights

The nation’s Sweetheart City, Loveland, Colorado just got sweeter for Valentine’s Day with the launch of the inaugural Loveland Sweetheart Festival – Love, Locks and Lights.

February 8 @ 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm

February 9 @ 2:00 pm – 10:00 pm

More information at Loveland Sweetheart Festival: Love Locks Lights

Become a Certified Interpretive Guide

This 32‑hour course, held Feb. 16, 17, 23, 24 at High Plains Environmental Center and presented by The National Association of Interpretation Certified Interpretive Guide program is designed for anyone delivering informative interpretive programs to the public. If you want to lead guided walks, become a museum docent, or teach environmental education, this training will give you a solid foundation.

Find out more HERE.

Monthly Bird Walks with Sheila Webber

Whether you’re a seasoned birder or an amateur, join Sheila Webber for a bird walk around Equalizer on the First Saturday of each month 8am‑10am from February‑October in 2019.