Goffle Brook Park

Goffle Brook Park

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One of the most recognizable features of Hawthorne is the 90-acre Passaic County greenway park along Goffle Brook. The prestigious Olmsted Brothers Landscape Firm designed Goffle Brook Park during the early stages of the creation of the Passaic County Park System. The park was established for passive recreation and to provide environmental protection, preserving the floodplain and wetlands of the Goffle Brook and creating a buffer between the waterbody and the growing community. The park contains a former millpond, picnic areas and pastoral scenic vistas, and active recreation facilities, such as, baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, a playground and a dog run. Passaic County was in the process of developing a pedestrian & bike pathway along Goffle Brook that will connect the park to the Passaic River, but Passaic County Planning did not pursue the project.

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