Southern Park Mall
Monday to Saturday: 10am - 9pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm
Mall Walking Hours:
Monday to Sunday: 9am
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Southern Park Mall is conveniently located at the intersection of Route 224 and Route 7.Â It features the anchor stores of Dillard's, jcpenney, macy's and Sears. Southern Park Mall is also home to 120 specialty stores includingÂ American Eagle, Buckle, Coach, and Victoria's Secret. Southern Park Mall offers a diverse choice of ethnic cuisine in its Food Court as well as sit down restaurants including Buffalo Wild Wings and Sawa Japanese Steak House. From great shopping to delicious eateries, Southern Park Mall has just what you need for the life you lead.Â
The bathroom smelled worse than an outhouse. It's Christmastime and the mall did not feel or look festive. No lights or decorations. Kinda sad. It looks like they are going to close in a few months. Sparse. It also wasn't filled with people 2 days before Christmas.
Stores change very frequently, unfortunately the few stores that do not sell clothing do not last long. The prices in the large department stores overcharge heavily, mandating coupons and sales to afford their merchandise. However, the mall itself is always very clean and safe, and the food circle has such a variety that it stays interesting.
OMG, Southern Park Mall has a new amazing candy store called Shelby's Sugar Shop!!! It is the coolest. You walk into to a coloring book scene painted vibrant with delicious candy. If you go to this mall you must visit.
A staple shopping center in Boardman, been there forever, it seems. Good thing is that the stores change every now and then. Prices are mall-like, as expected. Currently Buffalo Wild Wings is in there. And that is one of my favorite places to go and get some lunch or dinner.
Best part is the kids play area in the food court. This mall use to have relevant stores but has come into hard times as most brick&mortar stores. Stores are leaving so fast I can't even tell you 2 stores that are worth visiting. It's a mall, the stores are mostly big chains that get their clothes made in countries with questionable working conditions. Would be nice if there were some type of business or attraction there besides shopping for clothes from Express or American Eagle. Train rides around the mall are 3.25$ per adult/child which seems a bit pricey for 20 minutes. The up side to the mall is that there's Chic-fil-a.