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.
Test your knowledge of the lake’s history in a fun game of trivia. Featuring historic photos of the lake. Email LHHISTORY@gmail.com for a link to the program.
Of all the attractions and amusements that have existed at Lake Hopatcong, none was more beloved than Bertrand Island Park. Following the 47 minute narrated documentary, authors of the video’s script, Marty and Laurie Kane, will take questions and lead a discussion about the park.
One of the best days at Lake Hopatcong. Food, shopping, demonstrations, boat rides and more. And the Museum is open all day!
Hours of Operation
All New Jersey State Historic Sites are currently closed due to the COVID situation. We will reopen as soon as possible. Please contact us by email at LHHISTORY@att.net for research and to answer inquiries.