Northeast Teaneck is located in the northeastern section of Teaneck, New Jersey about 45 miles inland from the Atlantic Ocean coast. This district is a primarily a residential area with some business located along Teaneck Road with a small commercial area around Queen Anne Road and State Street that residents can walk to. Most residents walking their dog in the neighborhood enjoy the quiet residential streets.
The temperatures in Northeast Teaneck are warmer compared to regions further inland which is more pleasant for you and your tail-wagger! Summers are hot and humid and sometimes thunderstorms occur. Plan summer walks for cooler times of the day and when storms are not imminent. Spring can be rainy this close to the ocean, so an umbrella will keep you and your pooch dry. Winters are chilly and wet and there is sometimes snow, so be prepared with warm footwear and a coat for your daily walk.
Most of the region contains single-family homes that feature unique historic architecture and sit on large well-landscaped properties with lawns, trees, and landscaping features. Main thoroughfares like Teaneck Road and the commercial area on the west have more traffic and you will need to keep your dog securely leashed and be vigilant in these areas. The tracks on the western border and Route 4 on the southern border are not pedestrian-friendly areas. However, schools, parks, and quiet residential roads make ideal walking locations for you and your dog with sidewalls, tree-lined shady streets, and some grassy berms creating soft, cool footing for your canine companion on your daily outings together.
Argonne Park is a large 54-acre park, however, only about 10 acres are accessible by trails. Recreational facilities are located at the developed north end.
Tryon Park is a small neighborhood park with a children's playground, unique play equipment, and a wading pool. Dogs are not allowed in this park, but you and your pup can enjoy the green space from adjacent paved sidewalks.