We took our little ones there while we were vacationing in Anna Maria in July. We got there just as storm clouds rolled in. It was beautiful. While all of Anna Maria is gorgeous, this place seemed to be untouched and more of a serene and natural kind of beauty. You have to really search to find an entrance to the beach between the huge houses at the edge of the island. Be sure to wear shoes on your trip down the alleys to the beach, too. My daughter got attacked by some kind of biting insect that caused some welts to form. She had flip flops on, but it didnt quite protect her. Bring your towel, some sunscreen, and a camera. You'll want to stay here forever.
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