Where is Lake Hopatcong located?

Where is Lake Hopatcong located?

Morris County, New Jersey

Lake Hopatcong
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Location Morris / Sussex counties, New Jersey, United States
Coordinates 40°57′N 74°38′W
Type natural lake, reservoir

Is Lake Hopatcong the largest lake in New Jersey?

Lake Hopatcong is the largest lake in New Jersey and the most striking feature of Hopatcong State Park.

Is Hopatcong the same as Lake Hopatcong?

In 1901, the Borough changed its name to Hopatcong. As with any “hot” resort, Lake Hopatcong was a magnet for many of the “rich and famous” of the day. The most famous female actress of her day, Lotta Crabtree, had a home built here in the 1880’s.

Does Lake Hopatcong have a beach?

Public lake access points include Hopatcong State Park, which includes a ramp to launch boats seven days a week; a beach for swimming, sunning and volleyball playing; plenty of places to fish; a fully equipped bathhouse; and a concession stand offering food and beach supplies.

Is Lake Hopatcong dirty?

State confirms new algal blooms on Lake Hopatcong a year after the lake was shut down. A year after Lake Hopatcong was shut down by one of the largest algae bloom outbreaks in state history, the harmful pollution has resurfaced.

Is Hopatcong NJ A good place to live?

Hopatcong is a small family friendly town. The people here are very connected. It is further from most jobs. Hopatcong has a very nice environment being positioned next to the largest lake in New Jersey and surrounded by woodland.

How big is Hopatcong NJ?

12.35 mi²Hopatcong / Area

Do water moccasins live in New Jersey?

New Jersey is home to two venomous snakes, the Timber Rattlesnake and the Northern Copperhead. We do NOT have native/wild Water Moccasins, “Diamondbacks” or Coral Snakes. The Timber Rattlesnake resides in the state’s Pinelands region and throughout most of the mountainous areas of the northern region of the state.