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Best less busy family beaches near Orlando

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Will be in Orlando with kids and Grandkids (4 to 9 years) this spring. Would like a couple of day-trip beach days. As a contrast to the crowds of Disney etc., it would be nice to spend at least one day on a less developed beach. What about Canaveral National Seashore? But I'm also interested in recommendations for other beaches including the best of the more "developed" ones.

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