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Old 10-21-2012, 09:04 PM   #1
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Lake Pleasant RV Park - Bothell, Washington

The bride, my daughter and I shot up to Seattle for the weekend. We enjoyed the Seattle waterfront including the Pike Place Market and the Smith Tower with a spectacular view of the city. We stayed at the Lake Pleasant park in Bothell. The park is centered around a dandy little lake with a number of lakefront sites. This park is NOT big rig friendly. When they built this place they tried to stuff a 20 pound hog into a 5 pound bag. Very difficult to negotiate into the space, the sewer connection was located back beyond the electrical post near the driveway. I needed about 5 foot more host than I had to connect. Poorly designed sites. Walking through I saw another big rig with the same problem. The Wi-Fi was good for an hour and thereafter a spendy charge for every computer... you might imagine that our next trip up north we will find another location.

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Old 10-21-2012, 09:40 PM   #2
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While I understand the hookup issue and the sewer at the back of the site, I made it work. I did find the grounds easy to navigate but found the sites a little narrow in width.
The wifi was a pain as it needed to be purchased daily or for 3 day rate over the weekend. We found this the case in many campgrounds we stayed at on the west coast. I didn't like the fact that you had to purchase wifi for each computer. We as a family had 2 iPads and 1 laptop.
The other issue I didn't care for was that once we were booked into a site, they would not allow us to move. We spotted a lake front site open but they wouldn't let us change citing "It would be too much paperwork". I wasn't impressed with that. Especially when we stayed for 5 days.
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