Keyhole State Park is located 23 miles west of Sundance. Take Exit 165 from Interstate 90. Mule deer, pronghorn antelope, wild turkeys and birds of all species can be seen here. The lake is a favorite for locals, whether boating, relaxing or fishing for walleye, catfish, smallmouth bass and northern pike. The park is open year-round and offers more than 170 campsites. For more information, visit the website linked above.