Woodcliff Lake is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey, United States. Woodcliff Lake is also the name of the reservoir that lies primarily within the borough, with a small portion at the southeastern edge located in neighboring Hillsdale. Woodcliff Lake has many historic houses and buildings, some dating from the 18th century. The best example of this is probably the Wortendyke Barn, a colonial-era barn and all its implements that has been preserved as a Bergen County Historic Site. Many other old buildings are also present, but are likely to have been modified through the years. The borough has seen intense development over the past 50 years, as virtually all areas available for construction have been developed.
The borough was the world headquarters of Ingersoll Rand until the company moved in 2004, after which its property was taken over by the North American headquarters of BMW. The borough is also the corporate headquarters of Perillo Tours, which consists of an elaborate Italian revival where Richard Nixon had an office after his Presidency. Tice’s Corner Marketplace is a strip mall located on the site of the original Tice’s Farms.
The Tri-Boro area consisting of Woodcliff Lake, Park Ridge and Montvale all participate in an annual Memorial Day Parade. Wood Dale County Park is a Bergen County park covering 118 acres (48 ha) located on Prospect Avenue. It has a playground, a dog park, walking path, tennis courts, athletic fields, picnic areas and a lake for fishing and model boating. Old Mill Pool is a public pool complex located on Werimus Road. It has a pool, water slide, playground and a picnic area.
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