Trail Projects and Initiatives

The Foundation is looking to improve and enhance recreational opportunities, specifically with regard to hiking, kayaking, swimming, and biking on and around Lake Hopatcong.

Lake Hopatcong Trail

The long-term goal is to have a trail system that could take hikers fully around blazeLake Hopatcong! Though much of it would exist a small distance from the lake, there is enough public land to move toward this goal. It would involve connecting existing trails, forging new ones and working in conjunction with the four towns around the lake.

 

Group Guided Hikes

In June of each year, in conjunction with National Trails Day, the LHF hosts a guided hike at a trail in the Lake Hopatcong area. In 2013, the hike was through the newly established Prospect Point Trail in Jefferson; in 2014, at Roland May Eves Sanctuary Trail in Hopatcong; in 2015 the Ice Age Trail in Landing; and in 2016 the foundation changed it up to host a narrated walk through the Mount Arlington Historic District. Our hike for 2017 will be on the newly blazed Hopatcong section of the Lake Hopatcong Trail and is scheduled for 9:00 am on Saturday, June 17. We will meet behind the Hopatcong Senior Center. Come out and join us!