Pluses: great view east of the mountains over Las Cruces from the premium sites. I also liked the relative proximity to the Rio Grande bike path, about two miles down the hill from the park on Picacho, which for me isn't a problem but may be for some. Clean, roomy showers. Minuses: Pricey. Also inconvenient to shopping, restaurants, etc. The 11 AM checkout requirement is a bit limiting, although there's a one-hour grace period.
We stayed here for three weeks in October in site 44 on the monthly rate of $650 and were generally pleased. Pluses: Friendly staff, especially the groundskeeper. Level site. Convenient access to shopping, bus service, Santa Fe's bike trail system, and a local community center. Wi-Fi is good although you may have to jump around from network to network, and it may bog down at peak usage hours. Our neighbors were good people--the staff told me they're careful about screening longer-term residents. Minuses: Los Sueños is adjacent to a trailer park on the east side, and dogs may spend a lot of time barking back and forth across the fence. Also, during our stay there was a family that wasn't bothering to supervise their two small children, but instead apparently just turned them out of their fifth wheel to fend for themselves all day except that the mother would occasionally stick her head outside to screech at them. The situation was annoying but I felt bad for the kids -- it wasn't their fault. To be fair, management did intervene after receiving several complaints and after one near-accident involving the little girl and a Class A. But all-in-all, a good place to stay. One final note: if you need your bike worked on (think "goat-head thorns") I highly recommend a bike shop called The Broken Spoke at 1426 Cerrillos, just a couple of miles east from Los Sueños. (505) 992-3102. Great service.
Nice facilities -- probably the best, cleanest park we've stayed at in New Mexico. Level concrete sites, good shade, excellent restroom facilities, and free breakfast. Only two caveats. First, the staff is friendly but tends towards "by-the-book" inflexibility. Second, this campground is inconveniently located for those who don't have a tow vehicle. While it's technically in Albuquerque, it's well outside from the city proper and will require a ten-minute drive to reach Old Town, the UNM area, shopping, etc.