Standard (tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Otter Lake Campground & Lodges
Price
$20.00 - $38.00
Operator
Private
Access
Drive In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Location
Otter Lake Campground & Lodges is located in Michigan
Latitude
46.2975 N
Longitude
-86.7008 W
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Directions
We are located on Otter Lake in Munising, Michigan For Online Maps: Search for “Otter Lake Campground & Lodges” as the destination. Otter Lake Road is off Buckhorn Road. Please note, Nf-2254c Road is Otter Lake Road. (see detailed driving directions below) From the West: From the Escanaba area: Follow 2 /41 through Escanaba. Keep going through Gladstone. After Gladstone go approximately 11 miles, turn left on 41 North. Follow 41 North for 19 miles. Turn right on 67. Follow 67 for 12 miles. Turn right on M94 (towards Munising and Pictured Rocks). Follow M94 for 9.6 miles. Turn right on Buckhorn Road, There is a large sign for Otter Lake Campground (MapQuest may also call this Sixteen Mile Lake Road or Usfs 2264). Stay left at the split (stay on the paved road) follow Buckhorn Road for 2 miles. Our sign and drive is on the right hand side. From the Marquette area: Follow 41 South to M94. Turn left and follow M94 for approximately 25 miles. Turn right on Buckhorn Road. There is a large sign for Otter Lake Campground (MapQuest may also call this Sixteen Mile Lake Road or Usfs 2264). Stay left at the split (stay on the paved road) follow Buckhorn Road for 2 miles. Our sign and drive is on the right hand side. From the East: From the Mackinaw Bridge: Take 75 over the bridge to State Route 123 (also marked as Tahquamenon Trail). Take State Route 123 North to M28. Turn left onto M28. Follow M28 towards Munising. Turn left on M94 just outside of Munising. DO NOT TURN ON 94 at Shingleton. Take M94 approximately 6.5 miles to Buckhorn Road. Turn left onto Buckhorn Road. There is a large sign for Otter Lake Campground (MapQuest may also call this Sixteen Mile Lake Road or Usfs 2264). Stay left at the split (stay on the paved road) follow Buckhorn Road for 2 miles. Our sign and drive is on the right hand side. **The only unpaved road you need to travel is our entrance! If your GPS directs you to an unpaved road, choose an alternate route.
4 Reviews of Otter Lake Campground & Lodges
A Beautiful, Clean Campground

Otter Lake Campground is nestled within the Hiawatha National Forest and a close driving distance to Munising, Michigan. There are a variety of activities available within the campground to keep kids and adults busy. This includes paddle boat, kayak, and canoe rentals, a basketball court, a small playground, a volleyball court, and swimming.

The staff are extremely helpful and polite. We had car trouble and had to go without a vehicle for a day and a half. The staff not only offered transportation but also checked on us multiple times to make sure we didn't need anything. 

The scenery is beautiful and peaceful. Otter Lake is a calm, serene lake with a small beach area. 

The sites were decent sized and clean. Excellent for the price. 

There is an on-site laundry room and place to wash dishes. 

The downsides to this campground were small. The showers were clean but didn't have locks on them. There also wasn't a place to set things down, which made it difficult to get dressed and undressed. 

Some of the sites were not well defined. This caused a problem when our neighbors sprawled out and squished us.

Absolutely fantastic!

super good prices, amazing staff, the bathrooms are super clean and the showers have just been updated! definitely will be going back, there was volleyball and basketball courts & boats and stuff you can rent. loved it so much!

Great small campfround

The people there were very helpful. We forgot to bring extension cord and they had one for us to use for the weekend. It is a small campground but had fun things to do for the kids. There are kayaks and canoes you can rent and a fun playground for the kids. Bathrooms were pretty clean

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Family Friendly

This campground is more for families. There are RV sites and tent sites. Laundry is available as well as as all store. The management is wonderful, friendly, and the showers always have hot water.