We hated the Florida heat in June, and the busy Miami Airport with its thousands of travelers. Then, we missed the boat bound for Knight Island and the resort.
At the resort, there are one, two and three-bedroom villas and a long, private, white sand beach that’s really pretty. You can play tennis, fish, or take out a boat or canoe. I enjoyed the relaxation but the kids, then 11 and 12, could have used a little more excitement. They were entertained by driving the resort’s golf cart and studying the different seashells. Since our visit, I understand they have added a kids club and it’s a good thing. There are also some nature programs and a golf course nearby.
For more information on Palm Island Resort, visit www.palmisland.com or call 800/824-5412.
Lynn Rubin and her family visited Palm Island, Florida in 2003 from their home base in Denver, Colorado.
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