I planned my weekend to be unplugged. I figured that a) it's a state park, so there will be no access, and b) it's camping - I'm not necessarily supposed to be online.
Let's address point b first. Even when camping there are times - first thing in the morning and last thing at night - when being online is a good thing.
Now... point a. I was SO certain there wouldn't be Wifi access that I didn't even think about it. Not until Saturday night when I looked up and saw the wifi router in the middle of the field at the park.
Sure enough - General Butler State Park has wifi. (Neither my son nor I bothered to look).
Had I HAD the wifi there were moments where I could have done something quickly - update a file, order something on Amazon, who knows what?
The point is - I could have done more... had I just looked around.