The Township's tragic 9/11 loss of 11 residents has been memorialized at Wyckoff Community Park, located at 475 Wyckoff Avenue.
The Remembrance Memorial and Freedom Garden was engineered by a professional landscape architect and constructed by the Township's DPW. The tribute includes a garden area with a flag pole, and at the base, the 11 resident names are inscribed on a large piece of granite.
"Never Far From Home
and Forever in Our Hearts"

Dravid Brady • Thomas Bowden
Dana Rey Hannon • Alan K. Jensen
Shari A. Kandell • Thomas Kelly
Sara Elizabeth Manley • Scott M. McGovern
Craig A. Silverstein • Richard J. Todisco
Roy M. Wallace

This 12.8 acre sanctuary was planned as a passive recreation area for Wyckoff residents and deeded to the Township in 1993 by long-time resident Warner W. Brackett. The park, located on Crescent Avenue near the intersection with Wyckoff Avenue, includes walkway-laced gardens, woodchip-strewn paths that wind past a serene pond and a babbling brook, and a wide variety of flora and fauna. Markers throughout identifying the vegetation. The Gardens are open from dawn to dusk in the spring and summer.
Zabriskie Pond Park is located in the center of Wyckoff on Franklin and Clinton Avenues between Wyckoff and Maple Avenues. It is a six-acre parcel donated to the Township that includes woods, a pond and grassy knolls. It is located across from the Zabriskie House, an example of Dutch heritage in Early Colonial America. Recently, the wooden covered bridge was replaced at the Franklin Avenue end. The pond is a favorite location for young Wyckoff anglers and the location for the Wyckoff Environmental Commission's annual fishing derby.
The Larkin House Park is a five-acre parcel located at 380 Godwin Avenue, which was donated to the Township of Wyckoff in 1999. The Larkin House has been modified for use as an adult meeting room facility and meeting place for the Wyckoff Senior Citizens Club.
The grounds, in accordance with Mrs. Helen Larkin's wishes, have been left in their natural state to maintain the pristine beauty of the property except for the parking area which was meandered between trees and large bushes. The property consists of a meadow, trees, shrubs, gardens, a grape arbor and a courtyard.
Located on Crescent Avenue in Wyckoff, this nature education facility is a part of the Bergen County Park System. The 81 acre park offers native woodlands, horticultural gardens, a waterfowl pond and an exhibit building. The center also offers a great variety of nature programs for school, scout and special interest groups. The programs generally relate to New Jersey wildlife. Public programs on nature and travel themes are also offered.

Programs are offered
year-round. For information,
call 201-891-5571 or
check out the James A. McFaul
Environmental Center website.