Harrington Park is known for it’s large radius of parks and bodies of water, a town where going for a hike or run on the long nature trail is more common then going into town! The town was formed in 1904 from portions of Harrington Township, Washington Township and Closter, it’s name was based on the family name “Haring.” A recent study by New Jersey Monthly ranked Harrington Park 7th out of 566 New Jersey towns based on criteria such as local economy, cost of living, education, crime and culture. The Harrington Park public schools serves students in Kindergarten through eighth grade, students from ninth through twelve grade attend Northern Valley Regional High School at Old Tappan with students from Northvale, Norwood & Rockleigh. The New Jersey bus routes provides service from Harrington Park to the Port Authority Bus terminal in Midtown Manhattan, the Rockland coaches routes also provide service to the Port Authority and routes to the George Washington Bridge. Popular eateries in the small cozy town include a healthy lunch spot South Central Station, a cozy resturant named Dinos and for some amazing brick oven pizza Prestos is the place to go! Award winning schools, quiet residential streets, a quaint downtown and close proximity to New York City are all popular reasons that real estate in Harrington Park attracts a variety of new residents!