Hughes Network Systems offer turnkey hot spot system for RV parks with satellite backhaul: Another poorly written press release that seems geared to several audiences simultaneously: the consumer, the press, and the actual RV park owner. What I can determine here is that Hughes is combining a hot spot turnkey system for local Wi-Fi, including billing (from whom?), with a satellite backhaul. I'm not sure why they're targeting RV parks, but it might be installed base.
There's no pricing information included, of course, nor bandwidth details. Alan Reiter has more on the story.
And, of course, there's this Hughes competitor in the field, Aloha Networks, which is specializing in what they're calling SkyDSL: a way to use satellite bandwidth more effectively for backhaul. The company is run by the father of an old friend, and named, I suspect, for the Alohanet -- the packet-based radio network that inspired Bob Metcalfe in his development of Ethernet and was the genesis of the modern Wi-Fi movement decades later.