Ho-Ho-Kus Brook

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A stream with some rapids and rocks flows along a curved section between rocky shores with autumn leaves on the trees sheltering it
Ho-Ho-Kus Brook flowing through downtown Ho-Ho-Kus

Ho-Ho-Kus Brook is a tributary of the Saddle River in Bergen County, New Jersey, in the United States.[1]

The brook originates in Mahwah.

Ho-Ho-Kus Brook joins the Saddle River at the Dunkerhook area of Saddle River County Park. Their confluence marks the border of four Bergen County communities: Ridgewood, Paramus, Glen Rock and Fair Lawn.[1]

While it flows it marks the border between Mahwah and Wyckoff.


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

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b c d Gertler, Edward. Garden State Canoeing, Seneca Press, 2002. ISBN 0-9605908-8-9

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