Located in a 19 th century building which originally served as a Morris Canal locktender’s house, the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum offers an engaging and informative look at the history of New Jersey’s largest lake.
The hike is free and open to all. Lunch and a souvenir are provided compliments of Hudson Farm. Everyone who completes the hike will receive $1 per year of age that they can donate to the participating local organizations. Those over 65 may substitute the hike for a tour of the grounds and estate house. The farm is located at 270 Sparta-Stanhope Road in Hopatcong. Come on out and enjoy a great day for the lake community!
A chance to plants some great varieties while helping the lake’s environment. There will be an option to order ahead. This sale will include many varieties of native plants so they should take well to your yard.
One of the great days at Lake Hopatcong. Come view the beautiful boats at the historic and beautiful Lake Hopatcong Yacht Club. Open to all.
Always a special night at Lake Hopatcong!
The Boating Regulations Commission will conduct their July 2021 meeting at Lake Hopatcong.
Hours of Operation
In accordance with approval granted by the NJDEP Division of Parks & Forestry, the Lake Hopatcong Historical Museum will open on a limited basis. Visits to the museum will be by appointment only with no more than six visitors in the building at one time. Masks and social distancing will be required.
To schedule an appointment, please email LHHISTORY@att.net or telephone 973-398-2616.
Please continue to email us at LHHISTORY@att.net for your research requests and for any other inquiries.