Teaneck Creek Conservancy

Overpeck County Park

Teaneck Creek. Photo by Daniel Chazin. Teaneck Creek. Photo by Daniel Chazin. Teaneck Creek Conservancy's Five Pipes. Photo by Daniel Chazin. Teaneck Creek Conservancy's Five Pipes. Photo by Daniel Chazin. Dragonfly Pond - Photo by Daniel Chazin Dragonfly Pond - Photo by Daniel Chazin

This hike traverses an interesting wetland located in the heart of Bergen County.

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The Teaneck Creek Conservancy is a 46-acre tract that is now a part of Overpeck County Park. Once used as a dump for debris generated during the construction of the nearby interstate highways, the area has been rehabilitated and a trail system constructed. For the most part, the dense vegetation screens the adjacent developments from view, and even the noise from the nearby highways is often...

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September 23, 2019
4
Secret oasis
If it weren't for knowing these walking trails are here, you'd never know they're there. Tucked away in the woods off the side of DeGraw and Rt 80 is a little natural oasis. All the paths are easily walked, even if a bit muddy (depending on weather) in some areas. The paths are easy to follow and it's impossible to get lost. There are few art installations sprinkled throughout.
just_zoshin
January 30, 2011
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Teaneck Creek Conservancy!
Great description! I just wrote a blog on Teaneck Creek Conservancy (it's wetland restoration program, artwork, etc.) Check it out here: http://njurbanforest.com/2011/01/26/teaneck-creek-conservancy/
Veryape80
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