We stayed here for 2 months in a 42? class A. We were in site 80 which is the last one in a row, the site was a challenge to get the coach level on. It took some big blocks on the front to do it. The site has a clear view toward the north and the main road through town several hundred yards away, therefore a good view with road noise. One side of the park has a daycare across the fence which is open all summer and a multi grade school over the north fence open during regular school dates. The campground looks like an old KOA, they are working on cutting back trees and sagebrush but still have a ways to go. Some of the turns are tricky for big rigs. The main draw is the $600+ per month charge and $75 for electric. The wi/fi is variable but not bad. There are good restaurants in easy driving distance. The traffic through town can be bad. If we go back to Taos we would stay there again. Your options are limited.
Wolf Creek is a very nice 5 Star Class A only RV resort. It does not have some of the amenities of other top resorts, no pool, workout room or golf but the location overlooking the river and Ted?s breakfast 5 day?s a week are hard to beat. There is trout fishing in the river, I could see them but alas could not catch any. Only sites 24-27 overlook the river out of the front window of your RV, we were in 24 and saw deer and raccoon on the far bank. The sites have large concrete parking pads and grass between the sites. They have high water pressure so have a regulator. The town has a fare number of restaurants but they can be busy on holidays and weekends. There is a lot to see in the area but a lot of that can be about an hours drive away. There is traffic noise but we got used to it.
It is understandable why they have many repeat guests.
We stayed here for the month of June in our class A and generally enjoyed our stay. This is a good location to explore Mesa Verde, it is less than a 30 min. drive. The roads and the parking pads are well packed gravel with mostly grass between sites. Most of the sites are beneath cottonwood trees, great shade but few sites have tv satellite reception if you have a roof mounted dish. Verizon reception was normally one or two bars 1x occasionally some 3g, the park wi/fi was pretty good but we were close to an antenna. Water pressure was useable but low. Our site was across from the activity area (play area of screaming kids), they do claim to be family friendly. The food trucks on Sunday and Wednesday were a nice touch, good food! There was live music 2 nights we were there. The only lodging with a river view were 2 cabins, 2 yurts and 2 conestoga wagons. A few RV sites overlook the 2 ponds. The tent area was a good distance from the RV area. The river flow was very low due to the drought and the ponds produce a lot of mosquitoes in the evening. Would we go back, yes!