News Jurassic Parks returning to Muskoka communities for Game 6 SHARE ON: Phil McCabe, staff Tuesday Jun. 11th, 2019 The Jurassic Park North at the Muskoka Drive In Theatre is shown on June 10th, 2019. Photo courtesy of William Alexander. GRAVENHURST, ON- Game Six is coming to Muskoka. Due to the nail-biting loss of the Toronto Raptors to the Golden State Warriors in Game 5 of the NBA Finals on Monday evening, the teams will be facing off a sixth time in Oakland this Thursday. Ahead of Game 5, both the Muskoka Drive-In Theatre in Gravenhurst and the Town of Huntsville had put together viewings of the match for area residents. Theatre owner William Alexander said they had been allowed to call themselves “Jurassic Park North”, a reference to the popular area outside Air Canada Centre that holds thousands of fans watching games on the big screen. Despite the rain on Monday evening, he stated they had about 100 cars into the site, with many honking their horns or flashing their lights to cheer for the team. “We even got a Raps cheer going where I said “Let’s go Raptors” over the speaker system and the fans honked their horns to bah-bah -ba-ba-bah in response,” said Alexander, in an email. “We will do all again on Thursday for Game 6.” The theatre only has 250 car spaces, but walk-ins are allowed if the vehicle spaces fill up. The drive-in will have its snack bar and barbecue open and no outside food or drinks will be allowed. Entry is on a first come basis. The Muskoka Drive-in is located at 1001 Theatre Road, accessible off of exit 175 of Highway 11. The Town of Huntsville is also repeating their viewing event at River Mill Park, with residents encouraged to bring folding chairs and prepare for the weather. Weather won’t be a factor for anyone looking to watch the Raptors with the crowds in Bracebridge. Bracebridge officials announced today that the Jurassic Park in the town is being moved to the arena to make sure Toronto Raptors fans aren’t standing in the cold. “Given the weather forecast for this week, we felt it was safer to host Game 6 undercover and we were able to secure the Bracebridge Arena on short notice. We’re really pumped about this series and the excitement that it has brought to the entire country,” said Jed Corbeil, co-owner of The Griffin GastroPub. Doors will open at 7:00 pm at the Bracebridge Memorial Arena for the viewing of Game 6. Participants are welcome to park in the Arena Parking lot but the entrance to the building will be restricted to the Zamboni entrance located on Hiram Street.