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Keyhole State Park, Moorcroft

#93 of 136 in Nature in Wyoming
State Park · Hidden Gem · Nature / Park
Keyhole State Park is a public recreation area surrounding Keyhole Reservoir, ten miles (16 km) northeast of Moorcroft in Crook County, Wyoming. The state park is managed by the Wyoming Division of State Parks and Historic Sites.
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  • We pull a 30 ft fifth wheel. Original reservation for site tatanka 4. We could not get in, step hill to back up, site short. Moved across the road to #31. In my opinion the best site in the...  more »
  • We had a beautiful site by the water, with the exception of dirt road between us and the lake, cars will drive up and down the road and kick up dust. People with pets are not required to keep them on a leash, one camper had 10 or so small dogs with a wire cage all round his camp site but they barked non stop. But the views and kayaking was wonderful and would come back. You just have to put up with camping neighbors that just can’t talk quickly in the morning yelling at their dogs.
  • We had a great afternoon- no rain, but cloud cover. I'm glad we went on a week day to avoid some of the noise & busyness of motor boats. We had fun exploring.

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