I found out about this campground onj the Internet, and I RV camped there in October 2007.
Describe your camping trip:
We were on a tour, and I needed to be in Seattle to have a repair done to my RV. Since we needed to organize the proceeding, and I was on a tight time shedule, we specifically asked for Internet availability. We were insured that Wi-Fi was available. Upon arrival, I checked the reception of the signal and everthing did indeed look OK. However when I tried starting to use the Net in the evening, I found out that there was an Internet filter installed blocking access to viruatully any site with commercial info. So I couldn't do any research that I needed to do. It cost me hours on a roaming telephone cell phone to solve the most urgent issues. When I complained the next morning, I was told that this filter was a requirement of the ISP in order to protect children that would use the public computers in the lounge. As it happens, I'm a computer consultant and I know the equipment in use very well. It is quite possible to set the usage limits based on machine, user, password, etc. The campground hides behind the fact that the Internet is free, so you can't complain. As anyone knows, free just means that the price is added to the base rate, so you are paying through the nose for something you don't get.
Cons: Their ad is misleading, and complaints are waived away with invalid excuses. As with many near city campgrounds, it is indeed a parking lot.
I'm booked for a week, but if at all possible will cut my visit short and will ask for a refund of the unused days. Wonder what the answer will be?