I found this campground through fabulous online reviews and I want to echo them. This was the best campground we've ever stayed at. The bathrooms are individual with a shower, a toilet, and a sink. They were always clean and working. The sites are gravel and well drained from the constant summer afternoon rains. There is a lot to do around the campground and the cabins looked nice too. They are pet friendly and have a fenced in pet walk area plus a nice playground for kids.
The park is nice but we asked for a hookup with a dump and those are reserved for the summer-long stays apparently (but they didn't tell me when I called). The bathrooms are clean but a bit creepy given the constant need to have a code and not share it. There isn't much for kids to do here but lots of retired train fans are here for the summer to volunteer for the nearby Cumbres and Toltec railroad. Lots of mosquitoes so bring your bug spray and mosquito netting. The transient sites are muddy when it rains while the permanent ones have nice gravel.
The view was excellent and the campground gave us easy access to some great nearby mountains (like Mt Evans). However, the bathrooms were not always clean and the women's room showers had a lot of hair in them every morning. The men's room was clean. If I went back to that area, I'd still stay there but I won't give it a 10.