Otter Lake Camp Resort is a large campground in a well forested area providing shady campsites along Otter Lake which allows for some good fishing. The campground has all the amenities one would normally expect at a campground and then some including water, electric, sewer and cable hook-ups, reliable Wi-Fi, an outdoor and indoor pool, sandy beach and lake swimming, boat rentals, shuffleboard, ball courts, a ball field, planned activities in the summer, a couple laundry mats, several bathhouses with flush toilets and hot showers and a reasonably well stocked camp store. Of course with so many amenities, the cost is higher than most campgrounds but in line with the services provided and very popular with families so don’t expect a quiet and secluded campout in the woods especially during weekends and the peak of the summer season. Fishing in Otter Lake is surprisingly good either from a boat, one of the docks or even right from the shore. A fishing license not required but the lake is catch and release only. Besides plenty of the usual bluegills, there are a surprising number of good sized bass that can be caught right from shore and a few pickerel. Earthworms are very effective in catching bluegills but if you are out to hook bass, use minnows as virtually every bass that I caught or saw others catch (literally dozens over six days) was on a minnow. One word of caution on getting to the campground; when approaching from the west or north, most mapping sites and GPS’s send one onto I380 then to routes 940, 191 and 447 to approach from the northwest. Do not go this way; there is a bridge out on 447 and it is very difficult to turn around towing to take the detour and once around the detour there is a long stretch of road that is very narrow, with sharp curves and steep hills. Instead, follow I80 to exit 309 and follow US 209 to Seven Bridges Rd into the town of Marshalls Creek where you take Marshalls Creek Rd the last seven miles (11.3k) to the campground. While Marshalls Creek Rd is narrow, curvy and hilly, it is far better than the northwest approach. We had a great time camping here and exploring the Delaware Water Gap area and if we come back this way in the future, we will look forward to staying again at Otter Lake.