I admit, it is dirty, rickety and pretty small. But, it looks the way Florida looked when we invaded this state. They treat the animals as their children, but cautiously. This is not an overgrown tourist trap nor does it want to be. This is more like a little village that put a fence up a 100 years ago and wouldn't let anyone in to pave, dig or destroy in any other way. It is a little pricey but we made a day of it. We brought our own lunch and had a picnic while visiting; we listened and watched nature around us. You can't hear the road traffic, surprisingly. There is also a very friendly black crow that seems to rule the roost. If you want all the bells and whistles or wear your high heels, go somewhere else, this is the old Florida dirt kinda trip.