Great place to stay if you want bus access to downtown Seattle and don't mind walking to bus stop. The facility itself is a typical urban park with no shade or trees and RVs nearly touching, but the showers are clean and accessible and the WiFi OK. Staff is friendly.
Campsites are fairly sparse, no trees or shade, and do not include picnic tables. More importantly, they had a "boil water" advisory in effect, which had been in effect for 3 weeks. Who wants to hook up their RV to bad water? Yet they charged us full price. The restrooms were clean and showers were nice, but that's the only positive thing I can say. You have to pay for Wi-Fi, so we used our own. This is a pretty rinky-dink place. For example, their lending library doesn't allow you to swap books and is only open for 6 hours a week.
This campground doesn't offer much in the way of spacious, shady campsites, but it does offer WONDERFUL private showers and good Wi-Fi. It also has a large meeting room/balcony that would be very handy for a group.
This is a beautiful RV park with lots of mature trees and great spots. Like so many RV parks, they advertise "Wi-Fi" but it doesn't work - and we specifically asked about their Internet when making our reservation. Luckily I have an alternate access method available, but other people may not. So if Wi-Fi is important to you, stay somewhere else.