Introduction to Hillsdale, New Jersey
Hillsdale, New Jersey, in Bergen county, is 8 miles NE of Paterson, New Jersey and 18 miles N of New York, New York. The town is considered part of the Bergen - Passaic metropolitan area. Hillsdale has a population of 10,087.
Hillsdale was originally a part of Washington Township until 1898. It was incorporated on March 25, 1898, as Hillsdale Township. Hillsdale was reincorporated on March 2, 1923, as a borough.
Hillsdale and nearby Attractions
- Hiram Blauvelt Art Museum
- Pascack Historical Society Museum
- Tallman Mountain State Park
- Ramapo Valley County Reservation
- Old Croton Aqueduct State Historic
Things To Do In Hillsdale
The town organizes several recreational events and programs. You can enjoy boating and fishing on the Woodcliff Lake, a small portion of which lies within Hillsdale. Van Saun Park and Edward Hopper House Art Center are also nearby.
Air transportation is available from Teterboro Airport.
Hillsdale Higher Education
Fairleigh Dickinson University, Rockland Community College, Bergen Community College and Ramapo College of New Jersey are all nearby.