Ho-Ho-Kus Brook

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Ho-Ho-Kus Brook is a tributary of the Saddle River in Bergen County, New Jersey in the United States.

Ho-Ho-Kus Brook originates in Mahwah and joins the Saddle River at the Dunkerhook area of Saddle River County Park. While it flows it marks the border between Mahwah and Wyckoff. Their confluence marks the border of four Bergen County communities: Ridgewood, Paramus, Glen Rock and Fair Lawn.


These are the communities that the Ho-Ho-Kus Brook passes along:[citation needed]

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Coordinates: 40°58′11″N 74°06′32″W / 40.969688°N 74.108966°W / 40.969688; -74.108966