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I live in Marlton and am familiar with it. I haven't personally been there (my sons are in their 20's), but have friends who have taken their kids. They seemed to really love it. I know that MommaPants has taken her son there, she could tell you more. They are associated with Sahara Sams, which is an indoor water park.
Many trips to WDW, too many to list. Going back in June 2017!
Thank you. I used to amuse my second son by driving around construction sites. I think my grandson would be just as happy just driving around but would be thrilled being up close and personal with the equipment.
We were there with my boys, ages 7 and 5, in the fall. It's very cute and if you are in the area, definitely worth a stop. We drove from Long Island for the day there (about 2 hours) and it wasn't worth the drive. Also some of the rides have height requirements and my 5 year old (who is on the shorter side) couldn't go on a few things.