The positives for this park are it's easy access to Santa Fe and the clean bathroom. The negatives: this was the dustiest, dirtiest park I have ever stayed in. It was a bit windy and the entire interior of my unit was covered in dirt. The roads and sites are all dirt, a few loads of rock would help a lot! The sites are small and very close together. The WiFi worked intermittently. The sewer connection was uphill, making it difficult to dump. I had committed to four nights and wish I had left after one.
Spent several nights here and found it comfortable. Sites are level, bathrooms are clean most of the time. Had a problem with wet floors and a stopped up toilet while here. Has a nice walk for dogs, and the WiFi was adequate. Be aware that they advertise propane and have a huge tank. When I wanted to fill up over the weekend I was told they have one "technician" he didn't work weekends and is limited during the week.
Bandelier is a beautiful park and Juniper campground was a good dry camping spot. Water is conveniently located and the bathrooms were well taken care of. The campground is going to be closed for the rest of the summer, and I can only guess that there may be showers when it reopens. You can hike from Juniper campground to the preserved ruins in the canyon. I was in a 27' class C, looked very tight for anything much larger. This is a National Monument and with my Senior Pass I paid no admission for the park and half price camping.