Arch Rock Campground, Keyhole State Park, Moorcroft, Wyoming

This Wyoming state park is located a short drive from Devils Tower National Monument and close to the Black Hills of South Dakota. The park has ten different campground loops to choose from. We reserved a spot in Arch Rock Campground and were happy with our choice. Arch Rock is nicely forested with tall pines and has fabulous lakeshore access. The sites in this loop all have excellent water views. Most site pads are level, and all are paved, as are interior roads. With only 14 sites to choose from in this loop, there isn't anywhere to go wrong. The other campgrounds in the park are generally larger, with the exception of Wind Creek, Rocky Point, and Marina Campground. The marina is easily accessed and within walking distance of Arch Rock, Tatanka, Pat's Point, Pronghorn, and Marina Campgrounds. The Homestead, Cottonwood, Rocky Point, Coulter Bay, and Wind Creek are all on different peninsulas than the marina. The marina has a small cafe, boat rentals, a nicely appointed store, and live music some summer evenings. The Keyhole Reservoir, which all camps are adjacent to, is quite pretty with some beautiful rock formations and wildlife, such as Canadian geese. Water toys and boats are enjoyed by most visitors and a boat launch is available. Campsites in Arch Rock are primitive, but some other loops do have electrical hookups. We were happy with our primitive site as we had more space and privacy than loops with hookups. All sites have fire pits and picnic tables. Restrooms and potable water are available in each loop. 

Best Sites: All

Poor Sites: None

Hookups: None

Potable Water: Yes

Dump Within Facility: Yes