There are a number of family friendly activities to do on an Anna Maria vacation. The island has a trolley to take visitors and locals around the island and many vacationers are surprised when they learn that it's free to ride.
Another favorite activity is fishing off one of the island's three fishing piers: the City Pier, the Rod and Reel Pier and the Bradenton Street Historical Pier. You can check out best Anna Maria resort at https://www.silverresorts.com/anna-maria-island/.
There, families can delight in pulling fish after fish out of the ocean waters. More adventurous families can charter a boat and fish in the Gulf of Mexico, as well as in Tampa Bay, Sarasota Bay and the Intracoastal Waterway.
Other activities include miniature golfing, bike riding around the island or even taking a hot air balloon or helicopter ride over the island and the Gulf of Mexico. Of course, no beach vacation is complete without building sandcastles in the white sand and taking a dip in the ocean waters.
Anna Maria vacation rentals are plentiful throughout the island. Whether you're looking for a small, private cottage or a large, sprawling estate, there's something for every family. The variety means that families of all sizes – from couples to large extended families there for a destination reunion – can find a temporary place to call home.