We just stayed an overnight on our way to Southern Utah and Arizona. The place was OK and peaceful, and the facilities were clean. The biggest drawback we noticed in our short stay was the very poor WiFi coverage. We had to bring the laptop out of the RV to pick-up the signal, and even so we kept losing the connection. It was a real challenge to even check our e-mail, let alone answer to the messages.
My wife and I have spent 6 days in this campground and we quite like it. It is peaceful, quiet, and the manager is super-friendly and helpful. The campground is very basic, no laundry facilities, and it is located in a very small town with few amenities. However, it is very conveniently positioned for day trips to places like Monument Valley, the Valley of the Gods, the Moki Dugway, Muley Point, Mexican Hat, Hovenweep, Shiprock, the Four Corners Monument, Natural Bridges National Monument, Mesa Verde National Park, etc. There is SO MUCH to see around here!! Bring enough food for the days you expect to be in the area or shop at places like Shiprock or Cortez, as you can only get basic groceries at the local grocery store in Bluff. You can see the bluffs and Twin Rocks from the park. The wireless Internet works quite well (better than in other parks we have visited) with no interruptions.