We just spent the weekend at Snow Canyon State Park. We have previously spent time there before and found it to be a great state park with good hiking and lots of rocks for the kids to climb on. We went there to camp, however, this weekend. I opted for a site with hookups (water and electricity only) and was very disappointed. The sites are on top of each other. You'll have to see the pictures to understand. It was like a parking lot. We could hear the kid running up and down the RV next to ours, that is how close we were. There are several dry camping spots and some very nice group sites. If we go back, we will opt to dry camp. The sites were much more private. Sites 20, 21 and 22 actually back right up to the red rocks and have a lot of privacy. We will ask for one of those sites next time.
The bathrooms were pretty clean. There are showers, but they are up at the other end of the campground. The shower stalls require a code from the ranger. They have a pull chain and the water only runs if you pull (and hold) the chain down. It was warm, but not hot and there was no way to control the temps.
I highly recommend visiting this park. It is a lot of fun, but if you camp, opt for a dry site and forgo the hook ups. You'll like it better.