IMPORTANT HABITAT WORK IN PROGRESS
NOTICE TRAIL & ENTRANCE CLOSURE
Tenafly Nature Center's Pfister's Pond Preservation Project has begun! Starting September 7, 2021 until the project is complete portions of the yellow and red loop trails as well as the western side of the main trail will be closed with NO ACCESS.
In addition when the preservation team is working on Monday-Friday (and select Saturdays) between the hours of 7:30 am - 4:00 pm
During these days visitors may use the Blue Trail (near 320 Highwood Ave.) as a temporary main entrance to access the remaining trails throughout the preserve.
We apologize for any inconvenience!
In addition to providing public access and recreational opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. This preserve is managed for diversity of wildlife species through habitat improvement projects. You can help this effort by learning about and supporting habitat restoration activities.
Please visit our Pfister's Pond Preservation Project Page for more information.
TNC trails are open daily from one hour after sunrise till one hour before dusk.
Most trails are OPEN with no movement restrictions, however all visitors must enter by the visitors center or blue trail respectively depending on the day of the week and habitat work being done.
Visitors who do not adhere to TNC policies or rules will be asked to leave.
Please note: Especially on weekends, parking areas may fill early. We encourage visitors to try to time their visits to off-peak periods, such as weekdays or early in the day on weekends!
Trail Rules & Information
Please respect the wildlife and their homes. Take only pictures...and leave nothing.
Tenafly Nature Center is governed by a lease agreement with the Borough of Tenafly. This agreement contains rules and regulations concerning the use of the property by visitors to the preserve. As a guest in a nature preserve, we ask that you respect these rules to keep TNC a safe, clean, natural, and pleasant place to visit. Please ensure any other people in your group or family, including children, understand them as well.
Temporary Main Trail Entrance
Any rule violations brought to our attention would be greatly appreciated.