My husband and I just returned from a few days at HH. Every day was in the mid 80's except the last one. It was wonderful--we slept with the doors to the balcony open every night. We went on the 2 hour kayaking trip offered by the resort, and a 2 1/2 hour walk on Pinckney Wildlife Refuge led by the resort's naturalist Brian. We'd never done either before and had a great time. The kayaking trip was easy going out, but the last 30 minutes my shoulders were aching!! The wildlife refuge is a great way to see lots of birds and critters. We saw several alligators, including a 6 ft mama gator. We also did the "Behind the Ears" resort tour, led by Gordon. He pointed out a lot of hidden Mickeys, and was very informative about the resort in general. We ate at San Miguels, Giuseppe's, Old Oyster Factory, and Scott's Fish Market. The shrimp/scallop fettucine we had at Scott's was my favorite meal. I did notice some bug bites (maybe chiggers--not sure) on my arms, so pack the bug spray. Also, if you have any breathing problems (I have asthma), the pollen seems to be really high right now. I spent one afternoon shopping at the outlets. We live about 30 miles from the nearest shopping center at home, so I tend to do a ton of catalog shopping. It was nice to actually try things on before buying them, LOL!! Finally, the slide was open on an intermittent basis at the resort pool. If anyone has any questions I'd be glad to answer them. I notice some of y'all are coming done there soon. Hint*** On the wildlife refuge trip, I noticed some of the parents were holding their kids the whole trip. There's a lot of walking involved, and if you have a sturdy stroller, you may want to consider bringing it to save some wear and tear on your arms.