Throughout the Fall/Winter timeframe multiple organizations have been committing significant overtime into enacting solutions to help us battle the possible return of Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs), and not repeat the summer of 2019.
LHF | by Jess Murphy: The Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s Student Leadership Team, led by Meghan Craig of the Morris County Environmental Science Academy at Jefferson High School, met on February 12 to discuss their plans for 2020 projects to help improve the environment on and around Lake Hopatcong and its watershed.
Planning for the 2020 Lake Hopatcong Block Party is underway. This annual tradition that brings local community groups, businesses, organizations and food vendors together for a day that kicks off the summer season and celebrates all facets of Lake Hopatcong life is scheduled for Saturday, May 9, 2020 at Hopatcong State Park.
The Annual Leap into Hopatcong Lake is a one of the greatest fund-raising events that happen on Hopatcong Lake during the winter. This great event that pits human endurance against raising funds, takes place every February at the Hopatcong State Park and is designed to raise money for special needs kids.