Campgrounds are notorious for delivering a poor Wi-Fi experience. There are good reasons for that. Weather conditions, storm and winter equipment damage, trees blocking signal and local Internet outages are some of what we have to contend with.
We now have the highest quality and newest technology available for outdoor high speed Wi-Fi. This gives you several options. Our new Wi-Fi system covers much of the park*, our Park Store, our new Dog Exercise area and all of our cabins (although you may need to be outside in some locations).
Instructions for connecting are on the camper map you are given when you arrive.
* Wi-Fi at individual sites and cabins is not guaranteed, although we are making an effort to get Wi-Fi to as many sites as possible. To see where Wi-Fi coverage is expected to work best, see the embedded Wi-Fi coverage map below.
Free Basic Wi-Fi Internet Access - with Streaming Wifi available
Yes, we have FREE basic internet (suitable for doing e-mail, Facebook, and web surfing) available at nearly all cabins and sites (most supersaver sites in the 2000 area will have to use the FREE store wifi as it there is not complete coverage in that area yet). If your devices can't connect in your area - there is free wifi available in and around the park store 24/7.
Each guest can sign in for FREE internet. This will let you know how well the connection works at your site. Depending on your location, the connection may vary. If you get a good signal, then you might want to consider our "streaming wifi" which for a small fee will stream video like Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, etc. Some sites and cabins may have to go outdoors for a good experience. The embedded Wi-Fi coverage map below (coming soon) shows what areas can expect Wi-Fi.
Aside from Mother Nature and technical glitches, there are occasional outages with our Internet provider, and in those cases, everyone in the area is down. If you have a desperate need for Internet and there is an outage, be sure to let us know and we will do our best to figure something out for you, even if, worst case, it involves letting you know where FREE Internet is available in town.
Upgrading from Basic Wi-Fi to Streaming Wi-Fi
If you find the Wi-Fi works well, for a small fee you can upgrade to "streaming Wi-Fi." To do that after you have already logged into the FREE Wi-Fi, go to www.wifinow.net then click on "Log Out." You will then be able to Log back in and to create a streaming account. There are plans for 1 to 4 devices.