Welcome to Midland Park

Tucked away in northern New Jersey, just a short commute to New York City sits the small community of Midland Park, a borough in Bergen County.


Homes in Midland Park

Originally a Dutch settlement, this community is known for its quaint colonial homes. However, over the years this scenic town has grown and offers a wide variety of moderately priced homes from those historic Dutch colonials to condominiums, as well as luxury estates and traditional single-family homes.

Where is Midland Park?

Midland Park is situated in northeastern Bergen County, just a short commute to New York City. The borough borders Ridgewood, Wyckoff and Waldwick, and is home to a little over 7,000 residents. If you love a small town feel, yet enjoy the amenities of nearby city living this is the place for you. You will also find that homes in Midland Park are affordable.

Schools in Midland Park

Students in kindergarten to twelfth grade are served by Midland Park School District.  Students entering into secondary education in Bergen County are also eligible to attend programs that are offered by Bergen County Technical Schools.  This includes Bergen County Academics located in Hackensack and Bergen Tech in Paramus.

Graphic courtesy of mpsnj.org

Life in Midland Park

Living in Midland Park you will enjoy being part of a very involved community from both the young and old alike. A popular event is the Annual Community Day where residents come together to enjoy live music, games, rides, inflatables, group softball games, and so much more. Throughout the year the community provides various recreational programs for all ages. Weekly and monthly yoga classes at Midland Park Recreation are a favorite among residents. The recreation program in Midland Park for youth is outstanding. All three of my children have participated in their programs, and I had the honor of being a coach for the program as well. The recreation department and the community are big on giving back, and one way they do so is by sending care packages to soldiers.

Graphic via Joey Kyber on Unsplash

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