We stayed in a Hiker Hut and used it as our base to do day hikes of the Juan de Fuca Marine Trail. It's very nice, but OK small and very basic -- not even a small table. It's fairly inexpensive, but you're not getting much for your $$ other than two washrooms in a separate building shared by 4 Hiker Huts and the larger Hiker Hilton.
The wi-fi was abysmal. The signal is only available at the main building with $$$ suites. The wi-fi signal was very strong, but the router could never obtain an IP address, even very early in the morning. The Trailhead Resort owner had a rote line about the town’s internet infrastructure being built for 250 people, but now there are 2000 at peak summer times. However, at the Coastal Kitchen Café across the street, people had good wi-fi. I managed to get their password, so I used their router for the rest of our time there, although never when the restaurant was open. Early one morning, I ran into a Trailhead Resort staffer using Trailhead Resort’s wi-fi. I told him my “unable to obtain IP address” problem and the owner’s rote line about the town’s infrastructure. He agreed with her, but added that the wi-fi was OK if it knew who you were (like him), but wouldn’t let new people in (like me).More
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