Keyhole

Some of the cliffs and overhangs at Keyhole Reservoir. American cliff swallows, also known as mud sparrows, nest along the overhangs.

Jan. 1 brought not only a new year, but also new fees for those seeking to escape to the great outdoors in a Wyoming state park in 2021.

Daily use fees have increased by $1 for residents to $7 and $3 for nonresidents. Camping fees increased by $1 for residents to $10 and $4 for nonresidents. Annual daily use permits increased by $8 for residents to $48 and $26 for nonresidents. Annual camping permits increased by $30 to $80.

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cv

30 to 80 for a Annual Camping Permits is a little steep, Why the big jump!!

Ka12

Maybe because someone has to pay for maintenance and upkeep of the park? And since so many are against any increase in taxes to do this it is up to the users to pay. Just thinking here.

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