We came here to take Christmas pictures at the end of November. Since the kids were dressed up, we also ended up seeing Santa as well. I liked the fact that there was no line for Santa; the picture prices were comparable too other Santas. The playspace in the middle of the mall is great- fairly big, but only one entrance, so I wasn’t as worried about the kids running randomly in the opposite direction. About 4 slides, plus other things to climb on or under, all out of that plastic-covered foam stuff. Just like anywhere you have to watch for the older kids running into the smaller kids. Just behind the play area is a few of those coin-operated kids' vehicles that my kids were happy to climb on. We also got some cinnamon-sugar pretzels from right next to the play area- yummy! The mall also has a standard food court, and a carousel that the kids were very excited to ride, for $1 (and animals other than horses, as well!). Mall seemed a bit dated and shopping was average, but we had fun!
This mall is average in terms of shopping, but it does have a nice indoor play area for small children. My kids (2,4,6) like to go there during the warmer months when it is too hot to be outside. Their is an Auntie Anne's Pretzels right next to the play area that is great for snacks and also a Starbucks nearby in case you want to get a treat while you watch the kids play. They have a decent food court that has our favorites, Paradise Bakery and McDonald's.