First what's good - year round heated pool (3-8' depth) and hot tub. Theres a quarter driver sauna as well (didn't use it.) On site propane is reasonably priced for rhe area but pricy all the same (was paying nearly $1/gal less in Idaho). Public bathrooms are reasonably 'clean', but not in good shape. Nearby large grocery (walking distance), and easy freeway access N/S/E/W.
Now whats not - There's a laundry list:
First - attitude attitude attitude. The employees for the most part seem bored and rude (especially the family members of the owning family).
Second - there's not a hint of any grass in the park - it really is just a big parking lot (in poor condition at that.) Had a big problem with tracking in gravel and dirt since they don't clean their lot. The pet area outside the park is disgusting so you have to walk well down the way.
Third - Expensive, but on par with the area ($625/mo plus $9.50 charge monthly to look at your electric meter - seriously).
Fourth - If there are any problems with equipment their "professionals" are certain to determine it's your fault (so you get charge repair costs for their equip you're attached to - really.)
Observations - They have a documented policy that rigs more than 10yrs old cannot stay here, but they totally ignore it; about 2/3 of the park is full-time, and at least half of those are over (or way way way over) 10 yrs. Lake Pleasant RV in Bothell has same policy but enforced. There are few options, but if you look around the area at mobile parks you may find alternatives.
My .02 - look elsewhere unless you need to stay here.