Keyhole State Park RV & Campground Guide
Keyhole State Park sits on 15,890 acres along the Keyhole Reservoir. For fishing enthusiasts, this is great news because the Keyhole is known to be one of the best locations to find the largest fish in the state of Wyoming. Besides magnificent views of the lake, visitors to the park can engage in other nature-friendly activities such as hiking the trails, bird watching and water skiing. The closest cities to the park include Hulett, a small town with a population of only 419 people, and Rozet, which is approximately 24 miles away.
RV Resorts & Campsites in Keyhole State Park
Traveling by RV offers campers the chance to enjoy the leisurely pace of travel unbothered by outside distractions. On your way to Keyhole State Park, consider renting an RV from RVshare so that you can enjoy traveling in comfort and privacy at your own pace.
Wyoming RV Park
Wyoming RV Park is located right in Moorcroft and within walking distance of many restaurants, parks and the rich downtown area for campers looking to explore the locale. The park boasts having the most affordable prices around with weekly rates starting at $100 from November through March. For those interested in staying on a monthly basis, prices run $400 each month year-round.
30- and 50-amp hookups
Located in a quiet, residential setting
Pull-through lots for big hauls
Onsite management 24/7
Empire Guesthouse and RV Park
About 15 minutes away from Moorcroft is the town of Pine Haven, Wyoming. Guests who stay at the Empire Guesthouse and RV Park will enjoy the feel of being deep in nature as well as the numerous amenities the park offers. Additionally, the park is nestled right in the heart of hunting territory for campers interested in catching a bit of game.
Affordable weekly, monthly and weekend rates
Located in antelope and deer territories
Close to Keyhole Reservoir
Kitchenette cabins with microwave and refrigerators
Fully furnished guesthouse suites
30- and 50-amp RV sites
RV Rentals Near Keyhole State Park
Nearby RV Rentals
What to Do at
Keyhole State Park
Inside Keyhole State Park
Keyhole State Park is home to 225 different bird species that migrate during the winter months. Species such as white pelicans and Savannah sparrows make this their home during the colder months, and bird watching is one of the most popular activities for visitors. Other leisurely activities at the park include swimming, hiking, fishing, water skiing, picnicking and camping deep in the Wyoming Black Hills.
Outside Keyhole State Park
Many people flock to this area of Wyoming to revel in the tranquil beauty of the Black Hill mountains and to escape the busyness of day-to-day life. There are several great little shops and restaurants located in the small towns near Keyhole State Park along with rich historical sites. Be sure to stop by these treasures on your trip to Wyoming.
With an ambient atmosphere overlooking Devil Bluff's and the authentic feel of being in an old Western saloon, this restaurant lets diners feel as though they've been transported back in time. The 77 Steakhouse Saloon is located on an 18-course golf course. Menu offerings are varied with dishes such as burgers, pan-seared duck and diablo shrimp.
Location: 77 Tower View Drive, Hulett, WY 82720
If you're craving chicken tacos, chicken fingers or any type of chicken in general, The Coop is a must-stop. The menu offerings range from traditional poultry dishes such as rotisserie chicken and chicken wings to unique items like the Buffadilla, which is a quesadilla filled with rich mozzarella cheese and fresh rotisserie chicken marinated with medium-spiced wing sauce. Diners can choose from a variety of side dishes and sweet desserts to complete their meal.
Location: 208 W 2nd Street, Gillette, WY 82716
Being stuck at a laundromat is not typically a fun time, but at Cowgirl Pizza, it just might be. This restaurant also runs a 24/7 laundromat, so while your clothes are running through the spin cycle, you can stop in here for a hot slice of pizza made with dough prepared fresh daily. Other menu offerings include a variety of salads, sandwich items and seasonal brews.
Location: 1620 East Cleveland Street, Sundance, WY 82729
With locations in four different states and an extensive dinner and wine list, the Rib & Chop House deserves to be added to your itinerary of stops. The restaurant was first founded in Montana, and after enjoying success, it expanded to three different locations based throughout Wyoming. Although the focus is on ribs, seafood and steaks, diners will be happy to know that burgers and fries are on the menu as well.
Location: 2721 S. Douglas Highway, Gillette, WY 82718
Pokey's BBQ is another restaurant based in Gillette, WY, where restaurant-goers can sample some delicious BBQ dishes. Whether you're in the mood for ribs or barbecue smoked turkey, Pokey's has it covered for all of your finger-licking goods.
Location: 408 S Douglas Highway, Gillett, WY 82716
Along with having a unique and interesting name for their shop, Gifts, Thrifts, & Ifts offers shoppers the opportunity to grab exclusive gifts that won't be found anywhere else. Anything from homemade baby gifts to a variety of handmade quilts and artwork can be found at the shop.
Location: 200 N Big Horn Avenue, Moorcroft, WY 82721
Antique car lovers will enjoy time spent at the Frontier Relics & Auto Museum. The museum features 13,000 square feet of pure vintage fun where visitors can explore antique vehicles from the 1900s to late 1950s, drink soda pop in a diner-inspired fountain and pharmacy, and even watch movies at the indoor driving theater on site. The theater shows classic movies that were big in the early 20th century.
Location: 205 Ross Avenue, Gillette, WY 82716
Mac & Roonies is where you go when you want to feel like a kid again. The center has over 40 different games to choose from and is quite popular for hosting family get-togethers, birthday parties or even an old-school pinball competition.
Location: 900 Camel Drive, Suite E&F, Gillette, WY 82716
Wyoming Art & Frame blends the work of well-known artists with professional custom frame makers so that customers get the best of both worlds in just one stop. Visitors will appreciate the rich artwork featured in the shop and the feel of visiting an art museum.
Location: 304 S. Gillette Avenue, Gillette, WY 82716
For history buffs who want to experience the Wild West, a suggestion is to stop by the West Texas Trail Museum. Patrons of the museum will learn about the various tools used by the West Texas cattle drovers and get a first-hand glimpse into the everyday lives of the citizens in the lone prairie.
Location: 100 E. Weston Street, Moorcroft, WY 82721
Warren Peak Fire Lookout
The Black Hills offers majestic views. At Warren Peak Fire Lookout, hikers will be able to snap beautiful panoramic photographs of the landscape. It's a great spot to watch a sunset, and bringing binoculars only adds to the magic.
Location: Sundance-Warren Peak Road, Sundance, WY 82729
Devil's Tower National Monument is a historical site that's considered a sacred place by the National Plains Indians and other Indigenous groups. Because the park is considered an ecotone, which means it's a place where different habitats meet, a variety of species of plants and animals can be found here. There are at least 500 different plant species that call the park home, and several different animal species may be spotted on your visit here, too.
Location: Wy-110, Devil's Tower, WY 82714
How to Get to
Keyhole State Park
To get to Keyhole State Park, take exit 165 off of I-90. Travel north for 6 miles, and the entrance to the park will be on your left-hand side.
Entering Keyhole State Park
Keyhole State Park Entry fee per vehicle (WY resident) : $7.0
Keyhole State Park Entry fee per vehicle (non-WY resident) : $12.0
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