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Lake Hopatcong : A History of New Jersey's Largest Lake - Peter Astras

Lake Hopatcong

A History of New Jersey's Largest Lake

By: Peter Astras

Paperback | 19 February 2024

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The Queen of New Jersey Lakes

Only 40 miles from Manhattan, Lake Hopatcong is the largest lake in the Garden State. An early colonial pioneer in damming, the lake was formed by the flooding of Great Pond, Little Pond and the Musconetcong River. It became a luxury destination for wealthy New Yorkers looking for a cool retreat as a cadre of celebrities frequented its glamours hotels. Though the Golden Age of the lake's history has past, it remains a vibrant source of revitalization, community and environmental enjoyment for the region today. Join author Peter Astras as he recounts the history of New Jersey's Lake Hopatcong.

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