Tenafly Nature Center/Lost Brook Preserve

Tenafly Nature Center/Lost Brook Preserve

Palisades Region

40.924694, -73.945146

A pond, a visitors’ center, and seven plus miles of trails surrounded by woodlands and wetlands.

The Tenafly Nature Center, founded in 1961, manages a 52-acre parcel of land as well as the adjacent 330-acre Lost Brook Preserve.  The preserve includes second-growth woodland and wetlands, with the attractive three-acre Pfister's Pond in the northwest corner near the visitor center.

Park Acreage:

382.00 acres

Municipality:

Tenafly

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Contact Information

Web Link:

Tenafly Nature Center

Phone:

Not available

Fees:

None

Dogs in park:

No dogs

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June 25, 2010
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Following is an excerpt from the Trail Conference's "Trail Walker," newsletter, July/August 2010:

"Like the cavalry, New Jersey residents Jack Driller of Ridgewood and Mark Liss of Fairlawn came to the rescue at the Tenafly Nature Center/Lost Brook Preserve (TNC), where trail maintainers faced 6 miles of devastated trails after a hurricane-like windstorm ripped through the area in early March. Jack and Mark came armed with their chain saws (and chain saw certification) and put their skills to work helping maintainers Pete Tilgner, Suzan Gordon, and Janet Albrecht clear 133 blow-downs at the Bergen County preserve."

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