The Hopatcong Lake Regional Favorite event “Leap in the Lake” for Lake Hopatcong will have to wait until April this year, as the sponsors (Elks Club) is trying to position the event outside of CIVID hot zone.
The following provides the highlights of the December 7, 2020, meeting of the Lake Hopatcong Commission (LHC) that was held by Zoom. We encourage our readers to watch the full video for more details. During this meeting the Commission made significant progress across mutiple areas for Lake Hopatcong.
By Greg Kopf, Brand Ambassador at BOATiD.com: As we are in the midst of another winter (and as the winter weather arrives in New Jersey) it is also time to make sure all your summer equipment and gear is safely stored and winterized.
LHF: By Marty Kane - Lake Hopatcong is part of the Delaware River Watershed. The lake is the source of the Musconetcong River which travels some 45 miles southwest from Lake Hopatcong emptying into the Delaware River south of Phillipsburg.
Marty Kane, Chairman of the Lake Hopatcong Foundation (LHF) has just written an excellent article on Ice retardant systems, how they operate, how to use them safely, and provided the local town regulations for these systems on Lake Hopatcong.