Annual Festivals: Fourth of July Fireworks and Boat Parade on Keyhole Reservoir, Pine Haven Days on Labor Day weekend(5K walk/run/bicycling, parade, picnic, car show), Keyhole Rhythm & Ribs Festival, Keyhole Winter Challenge
Pine Haven, Wyoming is located in northeast Wyoming just south of Devils Tower National Monument and next to Keyhole State Park and Reservoir. Rolling hills, stately pine trees, clean air, water sports and golf are trademarks of the Town of Pine Haven.
Spectacular scenery surrounds this area where the real fun begins; golf, boating, water skiing and fishing are favorite summer activities. For the winter months, there is ice fishing, snowmobiling, and cross-country skiing, as the area centers on a reservoir of approximately 13,000 acres, which is one of the largest lakes in the State of Wyoming and on the Western slop of the Black Hills.
Keyhole Reservoir offers excellent fishing for walleye, channel catfish, Smallmouth bass and northern pike. Visitors also have the opportunity to view many type of wildlife including pronghorn antelope, mule deer, white tailed deer, red fox and wild turkeys. Keyhole is also a mecca for both resident and migrating birds of all species. Approximately 225 species of birds can be observed in Keyhole State Park or within a mile of the park boundaries. During the summer the most abundant species include the White Pelican, Osprey, Common Yellowthroat and Savannah sparrow. Winter birds that are commonly observed in the area include Bald Eagles, Red and White-breasted Nuthatches and Red Crossbills; you can get a complete bird list at park headquarters.
Pine Haven is easily accessed from Interstate 90 or off of Hwy 14.