BEAUTIFUL PRIVATE LAKE Family camping at top-rated camp resort in Poconos. 300 wooded acres. 60-acre private lake. No-license fishing. From tent sites to Wi-Fi, something for all. Indoor pool, Softball, Archery, Ceramics and Splash pad.
cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
Otter Lake is a great campground; lots to do in good weather with the lake and beach and pools and playgrounds. Nice neighbors every time we've been there; helpful backing in etc. I would have given the restrooms 5 stars but for the annoying showers that need a button pressed every 20 seconds to keep water flowing. It is free but the length of time between button presses was stupid. Otherwise, clean campground and amazing views.
Nice family campground in the Pocono Mountains. Roads are paved, sites are mostly gravel and good sized. Abundance of trees makes backing in an adventure! Beautiful lake with kayaks, canoes, paddle boats for rent. Park is very clean, staff friendly & helpful.
Clean, well-spaced lots, wooded. The lake in the morning with autumn leaves reflected while the ducks swam-that is why I camp. Spectacular. Friendly crowd. We were there for the Halloween themed weekend and had a wonderful stay. I want to return in warmer weather to enjoy the sandy beach, although the heated indoor heated pool kept the kids happy this visit.
Great place and very family orientated. Restrooms and showers are very clean. Staff is bar none, very helpful and friendly. There is a lot to do nearby or if you don't want to leave, you have everything you need right there at the CG. I have been going there for about 8 years. The one big negative is their internet. The 1st year they had it it was fantastic. However now, it's garbage.
We stayed on the campground in mid September just after school was back "in". The campground was extremely quiet and the owners allowed us to check in earlier than normal. If you can get PT2 as a site it's highly recommended. It's a drive through (not many available) and it's also right across from the open area for fishing and boating, very close to the indoor pool and bathrooms.
The sites are clean and level. They're not super packed in either like some campgrounds. The indoor pool is clean and large and the hot tub is is the same. The bathrooms are very dated though and the showers are not that good. Showers are free, but it's a push-a-button style and the button releases over a few seconds, so you have to push it again. We chose not to even use them opting for the RV shower because we weren't sure if the water ever got hot in the facility showers.
Fishing, was good, we caught about a 3 pound large mouth bass and many bait fish (use them as bait for the bass). The swimming area is roped off and the beach was clean.
Overall, a nice campground.
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Whether it's paddle boating, kayaking or canoeing, we have the boat for you! (No motors). The only campground on a lake in the Pocono Mountains! Our sandy beach awaits you. Bring your pole and fish without a license.
Year-round Camping on 300 Wooded Acres in the Pocono Mts
Enjoy a fun, relaxing getaway that is centered around a glistening 60-acre lake that is perfect for boating (no gas motors), swimming and challenging bass fishing ... no fishing license required. You're going to love it here!
From Jct I-80 & US-209 (exit 309): Go 3 mi N on US 209/Seven Bridges Rd, then enter roundabout, (take 2nd exit, follow signs for Bus US-209), then 1/2 mi N on Hwy 1019/Seven Bridges Rd, then 1 blk E on Bus US 209, then 7-1/2 mi NW on Marshalls Creek Rd (L)