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Easton Tower, Paramus

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#10 of 11 in Things to do in Paramus
Landmark · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Easton Tower is a historic building located in Paramus, New Jersey, and originally used as the housing for a water pump on the estate of businessman Edward D. Easton. It was built in 1899 and is located next to the Saddle River at the intersection of Red Mill & Paramus roads.
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  • The Easton Tower is the flagship landmark on the Saddle River walking path (not a park). It's a relic of Bergen County's very rich history.  more »
  • It's more of a hiking trail rather than a park. There's the tower in the middle of the park and another trail the leads towards further on.  more »
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  • Nice place, always see a bunny or two while I'm there!
  • It's a tower, with a mill on the side. It's a bit old. Worth a look if you are nearby.
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