A Top New Jersey Suburb
It’s no surprise that NJ Monthly named Ho-Ho-Kus as a top town. This community is known for its two-lane roads, tree-lined streets, and spacious single-family homes. But residents also enjoy a convenient commute to Manhattan and nearby shopping destinations.
Northern Highlands High School
Public (Grades 9-12)
Northern Highlands Regional High School serves students in Ho-Ho-Kus, Allendale, Upper Saddle River, and Saddle River. To educate its students with today’s technology, the school provides tablets through its 1:1 Technology Initiative.
Ho-Ho-Kus Attractions & Activities
Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern
Sample great food at this small town’s best local restaurants, including the Ho-Ho-Kus Inn & Tavern and Sicilian Sun.
It takes just a few minutes to drive to Paramus Park, a premier indoor shopping mall featuring an array of department stores, including Coach, Express, Macy’s, and more.
This small town is full of history. Stop by the Hermitage, Aaron Burr’s residence and a national landmark, and see what life was like in Ho-Ho-Kus in the Victorian era.
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Explore Key Features
Relax in the fresh air and open spaces in New Jersey’s suburbs. Ho-Ho-Kus has open spaces at its 16 Acres Park, and residents can visit nearby Van Saun County Park for outdoor fun on the playground, on the carousel, and at the zoo.
The Contemporary Club
Community organizations like the Contemporary Club of Ho-Ho-Kus make this town a welcoming place to live. This service group has sponsored fundraisers for local schools, Youth Activities Council, and other facets of the community.