We ended up staying 5 nights instead of three because we so enjoyed our site. Site 46 is probably one of the few Pull-Thrus that is lined with trees. Also the park seems to be part of a farm and has a very open country feeling. You can view Mesa Verde Mountain from most parts of the park. We enjoyed walking around it with our pets. Negatives were the wifi signal was weak and we couldn't get a signal from our TV antenna. However, the park is right across from the entrance to Mesa Verde National Park and so couldn't be more convenient. Instead of moving our rig to Durango, we drove from the campsite the pleasant 36 miles to take the Durango- Silverton train.
We stayed in Distant Drums RV Park for four nights and thought it a very friendly and well maintained RV park. The sites are all paved and swept clean by volunteer camp hosts. The Wi-Fi signal is excellent. A nice trail to walk dogs exists beyond the perimeter of the park. For all the amenities that are available, it is very reasonably priced. The two negatives is that there are no tables and the best sites are reserved for motor-homes but I would definitely return again.