The park is in a scenic setting. It is quiet, unless you get on the back row of campers, like we did. There was a private residence right behind our camper with dogs that barked all night. There is NO TV signal. We walked around and asked some permanent campers if they could get a TV signal and they said no. The mountains around the campground keep the signal from coming in. I only checked the women shower and it is in a small room off the office that took tokens to use. When I made the reservations, they mentioned tokens for showers, but none was given to us when we checked in. They may have forgotten. There were 2 toilets across from the shower. The shower and the toilets had little curtains in front of them, no doors. There were wasps flying around. I did not and would not take a shower there. The people who ran it were friendly, but I think they should take some of the old rusted abandoned campers out of the park to make it look better. We were there 3 days for the Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta and could not get in anywhere else. We would not stay there again, but I read another person's review and they thought it was nice. So I guess the beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
This is a nice park and very reasonable. We paid $40 for 3 nights. We paid for 2 and got 1 free. It is very clean, with huge pads. I especially liked the very clean private shower/toilet rooms with a huge hot shower and big vanity to do your hair and also a toilet. The only thing we were not happy with was the cable TV set up. It had lots of channels, but no ESPN (we missed Monday night football), no Fox Business, no regular History Channel (we missed Pawn Stars and American Pickers). It had a strange International History Channel that did not carry any of the regular History Channel shows that are popular, just some old reruns, and no local channels. After we got over the no Monday Night Football, we settled in and had a great 3 day stay. I would definitely stay here again, just not on Monday during Football season.