But that's my point. An RV park wouldn't survive if its electrical system was so poor that people couldn't use what they had paid for. The same thing is true of wifi in many customers' expectations. It a park advertises wifi then many of its customers expect to be able to do anything they would have done at home. If a park can't deliver that then maybe it shouldn't be so quick to offer the service. Offering something which doesn't meet customer expectations doesn't get you good reviews. Yes, there are still plenty of mostly older RVers who only use the internet to read email, etc., but they are quickly becoming outnumbered by RVers who reflect the population at large in that they are tied to the internet for many aspects of their lives. Many of these people have their own internet capability in the form of hotspots, etc, but don't tell them you offer free high speed wifi when all you can provide is something that only would have been adequate when people got their email through AOL!