Hackensack River Greenway through Teaneck

Hackensack River Greenway through Teaneck

Indian Pond - Photo by Daniel Chazin Indian Pond - Photo by Daniel Chazin
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A 3.5-mile Greenway anchored by Terhune Park at its southern end and Clarence W. Brett Park at the northern end with views of river wildlife between the two.

Hackensack River Greenway

The Hackensack River Greenway through Teaneck offers wildlife viewing of birds, mammals, reptiles and fish.  The Hackensack River is on the Eastern Flyway and is a stopping point for egrets, swans, herons, cormorants, and loons, among others

The Greenway is owned by the Township of Teaneck and maintained by the Friends of the...

Park Acreage:

Not available

Municipality:

Teaneck

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Friends of the Hackensack River Greenway through Teaneck

Phone:

(201) 836-3644

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

Not available

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Trip Reports

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June 07, 2020
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Underwhelming
I was excited about this but unfortunately was let down. There is very little documentation on the park. We went to River Road in Teaneck and had trouble finding Indian Pond. When we did finally find it (off Greenville Rd and River Road), it was underwhelming. The walk around the pond was quick and you could hear cars the whole time. We walked another portion of the trail and it just led us to FDU field. Overall the walk around the pond was nice and good if you have small kids (because there is also a playground for them near the pond as well).
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