Ammann Park Fort Lee Rd & Teaneck Rd, Teaneck, NJ07666 Located on Fort Lee Road, just off Teaneck Road, Ammann Park features tennis courts, playground equipment, basketball…More courts, a baseball field, benches and plenty of green space. The park stretches from Fort Lee Road to Sherwood Avenue, and from Teaneck Road to Less Avenue. The park's tall trees shield visitors from the nearby traffic. A Dairy Queen on Teaneck Road, near the park's Fort Lee Road entrance, can offer a refreshing break after a game on the park's basketball court or a few hours on the playground equipment.
Phelps Park 935 River Rd, Teaneck, NJ07666 Phelps Park is located near Route 4 and the Fairleigh Dickinson University campus. Featuring an outdoor swimming pool,…More tennis courts, playground equipment and a children's wading pool, the park is used by both local families and FDU students. Teams from Teaneck High School also use the park's tennis courts. One the park's unique features is the arboretum, a one-acre plot of land featuring a collection of approximately 150 different types of trees. The park is only five blocks from the Cedar Lane commercial district and easily accessible by car and New Jersey Transit bus lines.
Milton Votee Park is the largest developed park in Teaneck. The park features two paved tracks for running and…More walking, an amphitheater, public swimming pool, three soccer fields, five baseball fields, four tennis courts and playground equipment.
The park's lighted bandshell hosts summer concerts and public events. Jogging and walking around the park's two tracks is a popular activity and fitness equipment is available near the park's tennis courts. A new playground specially designed for children with disabilities is located on the north end of the park.
This park was originally named Central Park, but was renamed in honor of former Teaneck Mayor Milton Votee in 1958, shortly before his death in 1961. Once a unused, garbage-strewn swamp, Milton Votee Park is now one of the most popular destinations in the township.
Although Argonne Park is one of Teaneck's largest parks, most of the land is heavily wooded and undeveloped. The…More developed portion of the park is near Englewood Avenue, not far from Teaneck's border with the City of Englewood.
Features of the developed area include tennis courts, a baseball field, playground equipment, basketball courts and lots of open space for picnics. The wooded areas of the park, near Genessee Avenue and the Englewood border, have no marked trails, and the thick woods make it difficult to explore those areas.
The park was named to honor New Jersey residents who fought and died at the Battle of Argonne in World War I. Some streets around the park are even named for individual Teaneck residents who lost their lives in that battle.
Coolidge Park Lorraine Ave & Coolidge Ave, Teaneck, NJ07666 Coolidge Park is easily accessible from Webster, Loraine and Tieje Avenues. Three blocks from Route 4 and bus stops…More on the highway, the park is located in a largely residential area with free on-street parking. Facilities include a playground, basketball court and swing set. Although the park is developed, thick trees provide ample shade for hot days and large open green fields offer space for picnics.
Named after the town's first black mayor Bernard E. Brooks, this local park is located east of Teaneck Road near…More Englewood. Park facilities include basketball courts, a baseball field, a swing set and a children's water pool for light splashing. It also has an area with tall trees, which can provide a shady place to rest after a game or playing on the swing sets. The park is approximately a block north of Tryon Avenue and close to several New Jersey Transit bus stops.
Andreas Park River Rd & W Englewood Ave, Teaneck, NJ07666 Andreas Park, located on the banks of the Hackensack River, offers an entrance to the Hackensack River Greenway Trail.…More Visitors can easily explore the wooded area only a short walk from the park. Featuring tennis courts and playground equipment, Andreas Park is also easily accessible from two nearby New Jersey Transit bus stops. The park is named for Maria W. Andreas, of the Andreas family, many of whom were noted civic leaders in Teaneck. The family estate once stood in what is now Andreas Park. Federick Andreas, Maria's son, lived in the house until 1951, when he deeded the property to the township with the agreement that it would be turned into a public park. Today, the park serves as a memorial to the Andreas family for their dedication to the community.