Tenafly Nature Center is open to the public seven days a week, year-round. Visitors are welcome to enjoy a hike along our 7+ miles of trails between dawn and dusk. There is no charge for self-guided visits, but groups of 10 or more participants are asked to contact us in advance.
Tenafly Nature Center has so much to offer visitors! Whether it's your first or one of many returns, make the most of your visit by consulting TNC resources.
Contacts & Directions
Find the quickest way to TNC by public or private transportation. Contact the Center with any concerns or questions!
Trail Map & Rules
As a guest in an area belonging to nature, we ask that you help us keep the Center a safe, clean, unspoiled, and pleasant place to visit.
Find information about activities to enjoy during your next visit!
The John A. Redfield Building houses a small natural history museum with live animals, interactive exhibits, natural history displays, and restrooms.
Download PDFs of Tenafly Nature Center's programs and newsletters.
Access links to other local as well as statewide environmental centers, organizations and resources.