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Saddle River County Park

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Saddle River County Park


Saddle River County Park is a 596-acre (2.41 km2) county park in Bergen County, New Jersey, stretching from Ridgewood to Rochelle Park. The park is located along the Saddle River and consists of five sections, all of which are connected by a paved path that is open to both pedestrians and bicyclists.

Sections

Listed from north to south

Wild Duck Pond- located on Ridgewood Ave in Ridgewood, this area features a pond with picnic areas and playgrounds.

Glen Rock Area- located off of Prospect Street in Glen Rock, features a pond with picnic areas, playgrounds, and tennis courts.

Dunkerhook Area- located in Paramus and Fair Lawn on Dunkerhook Road which can either be accessed from Paramus Road or Century Road, features picnic areas, playgrounds, and tennis courts. The section also contains a waterfall in the river.

Otto Pehle Area- located on Saddle River Road in Saddle Brook, features a lake with picnic areas, a softball field, basketball courts, and tennis courts.

Rochelle Park Area- located on Railroad Ave in Rochelle Park, features picnic areas, a softball field, playground, basketball courts, tennis courts, and a roller hockey rink.

External links

  • Rochelle Park area

Coordinates: 40°57′23″N 74°05′54″W / 40.95634°N 74.09832°W / 40.95634; -74.09832

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