Needs some tlc. Needs to be trimmed You should first download their map and then call to see if available. Some sites tight. Good thing they are very close to the natural Hot Springs.
Great hiking. There are several 2-4 mile hikes that begin at the campground. The public shower is nice, but it is in a co-ed building where all of the individual toilet stalls open up to a shared set of sinks. The campsite layout is awkward. There are fewer good sites than bad ones. I would park and walk through before picking a site. You can't just drive through, the gate needs a code to open. The dump station is overpriced, but if you are headed back towards Santa Fe, there is a Phillips 66 in Pojoaque with a free dump station behind the store.
Rv facilities are small, but clean.