Back to the Future Part II at Milo McIver State Park

Series: Outdoor Movies

This event takes place at Milo McIver State Park.

Celebrate 100 years of Oregon State Parks with four special screenings honoring the past, present, and future! Summer Movies at Oregon State Parks are free to attend—no ticket required. Screenings begin at dusk. Free day-use parking after 7 p.m. Join us in wishing happy birthday to Oregon State Parks!

There’s something for both sci-fi fans and gambling enthusiasts alike in this zany sequel, which sees time-traveling duo Marty McFly (Michael J. Fox) and Dr. Emmett Brown (Christopher Lloyd) zipping back and forth between the present day (1985) and the distant future (2015!). Upon their return, Marty's father has been murdered and Hill Valley is under the thumb of the McFlys’ nemesis, Biff. After uncovering the secret to Biff's success—a sports almanac from the future -- Marty and the Doc embark on a quest to repair the space-time continuum.

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Do I need a ticket?

Nope! These events are free and open to everyone, no ticket required.

What about parking?

Free, and park day-use fees are waived on event days after 7:00pm.

How will I find the movie?

Follow the signs! We'll try to make it as obvious as possible where each film will be screened.

Can I bring my kid / dog / miscellaneous pet?

Yes, we welcome well-behaved domestic creatures of all sorts. Park rules say dogs and other pets must be on a leash no longer than 6’.

What about food and drink?

Bring your own! (Yes, alcohol is fine if you're 21+; drink responsibly.)

Are event sites wheelchair accessible?

Some sites are accessible, but are usually in grassy fields, so if it’s been raining, the ground will be soft.

What if it rains, or the state catches on fire again?

Our fingers are crossed for good conditions, but if necessary we will make the decision to cancel by noon on the day of the event. Updates will be posted on the event listings on our website, which can be found here, as well as on the Hollywood's social media channels. If something affects the park as a whole, you’ll find it on the state parks website (go there and look up the park by name).

Please don't hesitate to reach out to with any additional questions.

In general, the Hollywood Theatre does not provide content advisories about the subject matter shown in our theatre. Films exhibited don't necessarily reflect the views of the Hollywood Theatre. Information about content and age-appropriateness for specific films can be found on Common Sense Media and

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Saturday, July 23