They added dozens of comfy hammocks. It's been a half-century since I relaxed in one of these. And new activities are now offered like miniature golf and "glamping" (sleeping in a permanent tent). More and more art exhibits and community events keep happening. Even the food's improved: I had a bratwurst at Little Eva's that exploded with flavor and freshness.
Best of all, the Island remains uncrowded. So few people are aware of its delights that you feel like a Golden Age millionaire wandering around your palatial estate. It's a wonderful place to spend a nice Spring day.