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.
This park is located near the Teaneck Department of Public Works' main garage and the township recycling center. It…More runs west from River Road to the banks of the Hackensack River. The site was a battlefield during the American Revolution.
Because it is largely undeveloped, the park features a host of plant species and local wildlife. More than 100 species of plants were discovered in a single day, according to an August 2000 report. Foxes and deer are known to make their homes in the park.
Parking is available in a small lot in the center of the park or on nearby residential streets.
Clarence W. Brett Park was named for a former Teaneck mayor who spent 30 years in various municipal government positions.
Fairleigh Dickinson University is New Jersey's largest private university with two campuses and more than 100 degree…More programs on the undergraduate, graduate and professional levels. FDU's Metropolitan Campus, located in Teaneck and Hackensack, runs along the Hackensack River and is just outside of Teaneck's Cedar Lane business district. The Teaneck campus includes student dorms and athletic fields. The Metropolitan Campus has several programs and services open to the Teaneck community, including two free public art galleries, WFDU's (89.1 FM) radio, affordable psychological counseling services, a lecture series featuring world-famous writers and the FDU United Nations Pathways Forum.