... we've read, but decided to take a chance anyway because some of the pictures were nice. What is missing out of this review thread title is that the title of the park includes (words to the effect) "Trailer Ranch RV Resort and 55 plus Community". Evidently the park is dedicated to RV-ers in the front of the park, and to full-time 55 plus residents toward the back of the park, so we did have a significant amount of vehicle travel past our site toward the 55 plus community. However, it was not to the point of becoming an annoyance.
Cerrillos road, on which the park is located is in a high traffic area, so depending on the time of day, navigating your rig into the park might be a slight challenge due to traffic congestion and speed. However the road is large (multiple lanes), so there were no real issues for us.
Upon entering the park, it gave the feel of some of the parks in the movie "Long, Long, Trailer" - wonderfully homey feeling. The staff were friendly, and staff member guided us into our pull-through. Spaces seemed plenty wide, and consisted of gravel (no grass) which we love. We travel in a 32-foot fiver, and had no problems parking the truck next to the trailer, the site was so spacious.
The dog run was not far (inside the wall next to the road), and consisted of gravel/rock, and had a Mutt Mitt dispenser for convenience.
There are two laundry rooms - one for the RV park and another at the far back for the 55 plus community, but you can use either. I'd recommend taking the time to stroll to the back for larger washer/dryer units at only 2/3 the price per wash/dry.
Rest rooms were always clean and well supplied
The staff were extremely helpful in getting us set up for our bus trips into Santa Fe (I'd not drive my truck on those tight streets). They even highlighted which routes we needed to take, and highlights to see in town. There is a bus stop right outside the gate, but if you have the nerve to cross the busy street, the bus stop across the way will save you 20 minutes of bus time. Getting on the bus on the park side takes you farther away from Santa Fe to a station and mall before returning toward town.
As to things to do - shopping in Santa Fe art galleries and jewelry establishments were our goal. Canyon Road is definitely a destination if you like higher end art.