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7 Responses

  1. Jenn
    Jenn at |

    I am looking for a local, reputable replace that would come out to a Lake Hopatcong marina and letter a boat for a family member before the boat goes in the water, mid-April? Any recommendations or ideas? Thank you!

    1. Karen Fucito
      Karen Fucito at |

      Hi Jenn,
      Sorry to say I don’t know anyone off hand but I will ask around. Your marina can’t recommend someone? I do know that the owners of the Prospect Point Boat Yards also own body shops in Morris County. Maybe they have someone they use to do detail work. Their number is 973-663-0167.
      Good luck!

  2. Janet Atwaer
    Janet Atwaer at |

    I enjoy some of the games–tonight I clicked on games on the front page & could not get to the game page ??????

    1. Karen Fucito
      Karen Fucito at |

      Hi Jan,
      Please refresh your Lake Hopatacong News page. Our new website does not have a GAMES page yet. Looking to add one at a later date though. Sorry for the inconvenience.

  3. Judith Petzold
    Judith Petzold at |

    I so enjoyed the Block Party. Where can I get a copy of

  4. Mike Fischer
    Mike Fischer at |

    As a prior resident of Lake Hopatcong from 1946 (I was 2 years old) until 1971, I was dismayed to hear about the rafting/partying situation on the lake. A similar situation occurred on Lake George, NY a few years ago. Rafting and noise got out of hand, even with buoys in some locations restricting where people could anchor. The corrective actions taken and a couple of other suggestions, unique to what appears to be obnoxious behavior by some on Lake Hopatcong, are worthy of consideration-
    – Prohibit rafting (may permit 2 or at most 3 boats to raft)
    – Prohibit anchoring in some locations
    – Prohibit anchoring within 50 feet of privately owned shoreline
    – Prohibit anchoring between sunset and sunrise
    – Require hull penetrations to be plugged and waste water contained within the boat.
    – Limit anchoring time to 2 or 3 hours for boats without a latrine
    – Anchored boats must not limit the access or egress of boats from privately owned docks.

  5. Trudy Simms
    Trudy Simms at |

    Writing to say nothing more than how much I enjoy reading Lake Hopatcong News. Interesting well written stories about local happenings, a lot of nice photos, historical articles, and fun. Thanks for being here. Keep up the great work!
    Trudy Simms,
    Hopatcong, NJ


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