This is the most expensive RV park we've stayed at, and to be honest, the only thing justifying that is location. Right behind our row of RVs(Row A, on the edge of the park) was the road into Rocky Mountain National Park. We were a 5 minute drive from our lot to the Beaver Meadows gate into the park. So that was GREAT! And Estes Park is pretty small, so we were near to everything(including the outstanding Rock Cut Brewery!).
Electric worked great. Water pressure was solid(our gauge had us at about 44). And despite the entire park being on a bit of a gentle hillside, our gravel lot was level enough that we didn't need to use any leveling blocks, which is always a win in my book! Folks were friendly there. There are a couple of decent looking playgrounds(no kids with us) and there's even a mini-golf course, which we never got to try.
The park is still mostly just dirt and gravel. It's a bit dusty, therefore. And the sites are really close together. If we had put out our awning, it might have touched the rig parked next to us! So we weren't thrilled with that. For the money, we sure got a tiny amount of space.
So, in summary: great location and utilities that work with little effort. But tight space and not overall a very attractive park (although honesty, the views of the mountains around the park are pretty sweet). We'd stay here again due to the location...but the price is tough to take.