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  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Saddle Brook.
    Saddle Brook, NJ
    Saddle Brook is a wonderful town to begin a family. Its extremely convenient location allows quick access to all major highways, NYC buses and an easy commute to the entire metropolitan area. The sense of community felt here has a small town vibe, yet has the convenience of a larger city. Small businesses have thrived here for many decades. The town's recreation department has many wonderful events throughout the year to celebrate and educate families, getting them involved and growing the program. Saddle River County Park offers a 12 mile bike path and a large playground near the pond. Saddle Brook is a lovely town with plenty to offer.
  • Halina Strzepek
    RE/MAX Excellence
    Ask Halina a question about Saddle Brook.
    Saddle Brook, NJ
    Located in the heart of Bergen County, the Saddle River County Park spans 577 acres, running alongside the Saddle River and its brooks. The park is split into five areas, connected by a multi-use pathway for bicycles and pedestrians. This six-mile path travels throughout the entire park, running through Rochelle Park, Saddle Brook, Paramus, Fair Lawn, Glen Rock, and Ridgewood. There are numerous amenities within each area of the Saddle River County Park, many of which can be seen and enjoyed along the pathway.

    Every section of the park contains a picnic area, a pavilion with electric (permit required) and a playground (Rochelle Park and Ridgewood's playgrounds are ADA Accessible as well), along with their exclusive features. The Rochelle Park area includes 2 tennis courts, a basketball court, and a softball field. The multi-use pathway begins here at Railroad Avenue and follows the Saddle River for one mile.

    In the Otto C. Pehle Area, the section of the park within Saddle Brook and named after a former Bergen County Parks Commissioner, you'll find a pristine pond for fishing (NJ State Fishing License required) and model boating, the Yitzhak Rabin Tree Grove, two softball fields, and one baseball field. The multi-use pathway continues for 3/4 of a mile around the pond.

    The Dunkerhook Area of Paramus and Fair Lawn is home to a county historical site, the Easton Tower, at its southernmost point. The area also includes three tennis courts, an all-purpose athletic field*, and an open field area specifically for use with electric gliders*. You can also fish in this section of the Saddle River (NJ State Fishing License required), and there is a beautiful waterfall as well. The multi-use path goes past the tower and under Route 4, entering the field area and then finally forks beyond the falls, leading into either the Wild Duck Pond area to the east, or the Glen Rock area to the west.

    The pathway passes by all the amenities of the Glen Rock area, including two tennis courts, 2 pavilions with electric, unlike all the other areas' inclusion of just one. There is also a pond for model boating and fishing (NJ State Fishing License required). When winter conditions allow, this area of the park remains open for ice skating.

    Finally, the path hugs the Saddle River for a two-mile stretch and reaches the Wild Duck Pond Area in Ridgewood. Along with the pond that offers fishing (NJ State Fishing License required), model boating, and ice skating when weather allows, this area also has an off-leash public dog park.

    The Saddle River County Park is a lovely and vast natural setting with many fun and invigorating amenities, connecting five major Bergen County towns. Check the link below for any amenities requiring a permit. If you are living in the area, you must check out this park!
  • Linda Trapp
    RE/MAX Property Center
    Ask Linda a question about Saddle Brook.
    Saddle Brook, NJ
    Saddle Brook is a quiet town and a close knit neighborhood. I was watching young children getting ready for spring opening little league at one of the town's several little league fields and it brought me back to the days spent in the same ball fields with our children. Although it's over 20 years later, the feeling of a new beginning is still very exciting. A new beginning, the same feeling of excitement felt by those shopping for a new home. Whether you are considering Saddle Brook or any one of the beautiful towns in New Jersey, now seems a great time to get out and find your dream home.
  • Allison Witkowski
    RE/MAX Properties
    Ask Allison a question about Saddle Brook.
    Saddle Brook, NJ
    Saddle Brook is one of the 5 towns the Saddle River Bike path runs through, the other towns are Rochelle Park, Ridgewood, Glen Rock, Fair Lawn and Paramus. The path is approximately 6 miles long and begins or ends in Ridgewood at the Duck Pond and ends in Rochelle Park. Bikers, joggers and pedestrians all enjoy the ponds, picnic areas, waterfalls, and picnic areas, tennis courts and playgrounds.
  • Ask a Local Expert a question about Saddle Brook.
    Saddle Brook, NJ
    Are you looking for that small town feel, but still want to be a short drive away from all the action? Saddle Brook could be the town for you. Just a few miles from town is the Garden State Shopping Plaza, considered by many to be one of the best shopping destinations in NJ.

    Being less than 20 miles from NYC makes Saddle Brook a great commuter option. NJ Transit has buses that go back and forth to NYC right from town and a nearby train that leaves from the Plauderville station right over the Saddle Brook border in Garfield.

    For me personally, one of the great benefits of Saddle Brook NJ, is the convenience of being nearby to the greatest park and path system I know. Saddle River Park connects miles and miles of beautifully scenic and paved paths that are used for walking, running and biking. The path travels through several towns and connects several different parks. It runs along the river at times passing fields, tennis courts, ponds, a dog park and more. It is really an amazing place to get away from it all.

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