Van Saun County Park – Photo credit – http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/437/Bergen-County-Zoo
146 acres of playgrounds, fishing areas, picnic shelters, a train, a carousel, ponies for the little ones to ride, the Bergen County Zoo, and the historic Washington Spring Garden are waiting for you to explore.
Saddle River Park – photo credit http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/845/Saddle-River-County-Park
With more than 550 acres of trails and land to explore, you have access to five other parks that border the area, and bike trails to explore with ponds and running areas.
Overpeck County Park – photo credit http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/841/Overpeck-County-Park
This park is the largest recreational zone in all of Bergen County. Residents from Overpeck, Garfield, and Hackensack often frequent the park for state-of-the-art horse shows and five miles of hiking trails. There are several tennis and baseball fields along with concession stands. Kids love the dock and playground. The park consists of more than 805 acres of space to canoe or hike.
James J. Braddock North Hudson County Park – photo credit http://www.hudsoncountynj.org/braddock-park-north-bergen/
With over 150 acres of land and water to explore, James J. Braddock Park is a stunning representation of green space in New Jersey. Whether you are from Englewood or Northvale, you are probably familiar with the area that used to be known as North Hudson Park. There is a 16-acre lake called Woodcliff Lake and 45 athletic fields for people to use. Playground areas for small children are accessible to guests.
Pascack Brook County Park – photo credit http://www.co.bergen.nj.us/842/Pascack-Brook-County-Park
Picnic shelters with electric in the pavilion give you space to enjoy sunset picnics. There are tennis courts, playgrounds, and athletic fields for sports to enjoy. You can also fish with a NJ fishing license. There is a popular model boating club that plays here too.