Introduction to Little Falls, New Jersey
Little Falls, New Jersey, in Passaic county, is 2 miles W of Clifton, New Jersey and 9 miles N of Newark, New Jersey. The town is part of the Bergen - Passaic metropolitan statistical area. About 10,855 people live in Little Falls.
Little Falls History
The history of Little Falls can be traced back as far as 1711, when the first permanent settlers arrived here. Its name was influenced by the Passaic river waterfalls. Little Falls was created on sections of land which were a part of the Acquackanonk Township. It was officially incorporated in April of 1868.
Little Falls and nearby Attractions
- New York
- Turtle Back Zoo
- Glen Rock Arboretum
- Hamilton House Museum
- Lambert Castle Museum
- Edgemont Memorial Park
Things To Do In Little Falls
New York lies just 15 miles away and offers opportunities for a multitude of interesting activities. The Passaic River waterfall is a popular recreational spot. One can also visit the local parks which provide facilities for various outdoor activities.
Little Falls Transportation
Newark International Airport provides air transportation.
Little Falls Higher Education
Montclair State University, Passaic County Community College and William Paterson University of New Jersey are nearby.