Passaic Avenue, Hudson County, New Jersey
From NJ Turnpike:
Take Exit 15W. Merge onto the Newark Jersey City Turnpike heading west (which becomes Harrison Avenue). Turn right (just before the bridge over the Passaic Rive) onto Passaic Avenue north. Head north to Bergen Avenue where the park(s) start heading north on the left side. There are a number of different places to park depending on which places one wants to visit.
Different parts of the park from North to South (about 1.6 miles -- with non-park areas included):
Norman A. Doyle (in memoriam)
Henry Hill (in memoriam)
Joseph M. Healey (in memoriam)
Daniel T. Sansone (in memoriam)
Wallace Glen (Dedicated to Sir William Wallace and David A. Wallace)
Chantilly Park (Battle of Chantilly)
Kearny Rotary Club: Centennial Orchard
Christopher Columbus Area (Midland Avenue)
Irish Heritage Park: Dedicated to Rev. Monsg. Joseph A. Carroll (Riverview CT.)
Corbett Roller Hockey
12/21/2004. This is a narrow linear park between the Passaic River on the west and Passaic Avenue on the east with quite a few interruptions for businesses. It is a shame that all the parks could not be connected via a trail along the Passaic River. There are no natural areas in the park. Dr. Patrick L. Cooney.