That is correct. If ANGEL is there, you can buy canned soda or water for $2 and he did lay out some chips and fresh salsa, but the kitchen was closed when we were there.
The reef area, beach, chairs and everything else is still there, so you can still enjoy a partial day on the sand, water almost by yourself. There is a playful dog and cat that want to join in with some of your fun.
We were the only 2 people there for over 2 hours, then a go-cart excursion came with about 6 others, but they only stayed for about 45 minutes and then left, so we had the whole area to ourselves once again.
I would highly recommend this sanctuary for anyone just wanting to get away. You are only 100 yards from the pier, but you can't get there directly unless you jump off and swim to the crescent shaped beach. (The fastest route that was suggested by someone earlier) If I was a strong swimmer, that is what I would have done, saving a lot of time. Even so, it was probably only 15-20 minutes at a leisurely pace through the fence route.
If you go, be sure and tell ANGEL that Mark sez hola! He doesn't speak good english, but we had little trouble understanding one another.
I guess paradise is universal in any language. :D