Saddle River County Park

Saddle River County Park is a 596-acre (2.41 km2) county park in Bergen County, New Jersey, stretching from Ridgewood to Rochelle Park. The park is located along the Saddle River and consists of five sections, all of which are connected by a paved path that is open to both pedestrians and bicyclists.

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