Windsor Park is an undeveloped mix of heavily wooded areas and grassy open space. The park runs on the western side…More of CSX freight train tracks from the Bergenfield line. The park is largely wooded, with limited access. A grassy open field and small stream are located near Windsor Road and Vesey Street. Street parking on a nearby block is the best way to access the park.
Established in 1933, Windsor is Teaneck's oldest park and is only ten feet wide at its narrowest point.
This park, named for Dr. Barnet S. Bookstaver, a township health official who died in August 1950 while supervising…More members of the town ambulance service at a fire, is located on Windsor Road, across from the Teaneck Volunteer Ambulance Corps building. The park has picnic tables and plenty of tall trees to shade visitors from the sun. Visitors can park down the block at Cedar Lane's free parking lots.
Benjamin Franklin Middle School is one of two public middle schools in town. Programs at the school include English…More as a Second Language, fine arts and athletics as well as the standard middle school curriculum. The school has a range of extracurricular activities including student government, peer mentoring, yearbook and community service projects. Two large fields are on school property. In addition to by vehicle, the school is accessible by a walkway overpass from Milton Votee Park to Windsor Road.