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I stayed at Cottonwood Campground (part of Keyhole State Park) in April 2017. My timing was perfect as I literally had the entire campground to myself for several days. A ranger I spoke with told me the campground would start getting busy soon as the spring weather arrived.
The spot that I was able to camp overlooked the lake from a rocky outcropping and was surrounded by trees. I had deer wander through the campground each day, while ducks, geese, and even pelicans were visible in the lake surrounding the campsite.
This was my second stay at Keyhole State Park, though the first at this particular campsite. My experiences so far have been good here.
I paid $10/night as a WY resident, while the non-resident rate is $17/night.