Bergen County

Bergen County is the most populated county in the state bordered on the east side by the Palisades, which drops off 550 feet to the mighty Hudson River. The George Washington Bridge meets Bergen County in Fort Lee and is used daily by many Bergen residents. This location makes for an easy drive to the Jersey Shore with its 120 miles of beaches and oceanfront. In the opposite direction are Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains. Bergen features many retail buildings and shopping centers including The Westfield Garden State Plaza, Bergen Towne Center and Riverside Square Mall. Additionally, Route 4 travels through the territory’s largest cities, Hackensack, Englewood and Fort Lee, which is where the highway terminates at the George Washington Bridge, the most heavily traveled bridge in the world.

Bergen County ranks high in quality of life indicators. The county is proud to be home to nearly 9,000 acres of assorted cultural and recreational opportunities. The Bergen County Parks System features a nationally accredited zoo, five golf courses, 21 parks, two horseback riding areas, and an environmental center in addition to 38 museums and historic sites. The county is also home to many nationally known entertainment venues, such as MetLife Stadium, Medieval Times, and IZOD Center; as well as cultural attractions, such as the Aviation Hall of Fame and Museum of New Jersey and Historic New Bridge Landing. Major employers include Hackensack University Medical Center, Englewood Hospital and Medical Center, Holy Name Hospital, Bio Reference Laboratories, Inc., Quest Diagnostics, CNBC and LG. There is a wealth of wonderful places to experience, explore and embrace right here in Bergen County.

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