Lets' try again to warm up the season together with an invigorating walk at the other end of the Saddle River County Park! We will start at Dunkerhook (the dark corner) Park, named by the Dutch who settled in this area in the early 18th century. Following along the Saddle River to the Fairlawn area we will next reach the Easton Tower Historical site where we will take a short break for some photo opts!l We will then continue on to to the Otto Pehle area with its' scenic pond and numerous geese. After a short break we'll circle the pond and retrace out steps back for a different perspective!
This will be about a 2 1/2 hour walk covering about 6 miles which includes breaks. The trail is shared with cyclists, dog walkers, etc. so again park courtesy and rules are for walkers to stay to the right of the trail to allow everyone to pass safely. It is a paved and level trail so depending upon the weather all you need are good supportive, warm walking/hiking shoes, boots or sneakers. PLEASE BRING WATER to stay hydrated, snacks and cameras of course! Come enjoy one of New Jerseys' Gems! Directions below:
"Sneak preview" photos by yours truly!
MEET IN PARKING LOT D
DIRECTIONS: FROM 17 SOUTH, take the Paramus Rd. Exit toward Ridgewood/ Slight right onto Paramus Rd. (pass Paramus Catholic High School on your right and Bergen Comm. College on your left, just before Biagios Restaurant, on your right.
Go about 2.4 miles and turn right on Dunkerhook Rd. The park entrance will be almost immediately on your right. Go straight ahead to parking lot D & playground area and park.
From Route 4: Paramus Road Exit. Make first left after Century Road to Dunkerhook Road.
From Route 17: Century Road Exit. Right at George Washington Cemetery onto Paramus Road. First left to Dunkerhook Road.
Optional dinner about 4:45 at Biogios 299 Paramus Rd. [masked]) a few doors down from the park. PLEASE BRING CASH! They can give us a few checks but NOT INDIVIDUAL CHECKS.
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