Always A Hot Spot!

On September 6, 1882, the Central Railroad of New Jersey ran the first passenger train to Lake Hopatcong.  For the 1883 season the Central Railroad commenced regular passenger service to…

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The Crowds Still Come to Nolan’s Point

The Windlass is one of Lake Hopatcong’s most popular restaurants. Today, one may wonder how establishments such as the Windlass, Alice’s and the Jefferson House wound up at the end…

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Lify Island

Lify Island has gained interest recently as because of the five-year drawdown of Lake Hopatcong and the stone walkway which appears during low water between the mainland and island. Fortunately…

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A Flying Start at Lake Hopatcong

We know the area today along Route 15 South and across from the Lakeside Shopping Center as Fireman’s Field and Lakeside Recreation Complex, parts of Jefferson Township’s Recreation Department.  However,…

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