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Discover this Bergen County beauty, where quaint living awaits

Welcome to Ho-Ho-Kus

Located 20 miles from New York City, Ho-Ho-Kus is a captivating enclave celebrated for its neighborly charm, accessibility, and vibrant town center. Its proximity to urban hubs in both New Jersey and New York makes it an attractive destination for urban commuters, while its lush green spaces and gorgeous seasons offer a refreshing escape from city life. Ho-Ho-Kus is renowned for its diverse architectural heritage, with historic Tudor and Colonial-style homes that reflect the town’s more than 200 years of history. 
For those moving from New York City or relocating from out of state, Ho-Ho-Kus stands out as an attractive suburb. It combines the convenience of urban accessibility with the more tempered experience of private, suburban living, making it a sought-after destination for those seeking a balanced life. 

What to Love

  • Quaint, small-town charm
  • A strong sense of community
  • Diverse and historic architecture
  • Easy commute

Local Lifestyle

Residents relish the welcoming ambiance and close-knit community of Ho-Ho-Kus, where neighbors become friends. The vibrant town center, often compared to a quintessential Main Street, is the heart of the area, while the surrounding streets embody privacy. Ho-Ho-Kus is celebrated for its laid-back and close-knit community feel, where strong neighborly connections are easy to foster. This relaxed atmosphere is complemented by easy urban accessibility, striking a perfect balance for residents seeking a picturesque haven without sacrificing convenience and community warmth. Add to this Ho-Ho-Kus’s in-town train station and bus service, and residents can find themselves in the perfect place to call home. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Ho-Ho-Kus offers a strong mix of dining, shopping, and entertainment options that cater to both locals and visitors. The iconic Ho-Ho-Kus Inn and Tavern stands as a picture of 1790s architecture, inviting patrons to savor delectable dishes in a charming, colonial atmosphere. From its gourmet cuisine to its cozy fireplace, it's a beloved spot for fine dining. For those craving Italian flavors, Garbo’s Italian Deli & Pizza is a must-visit, offering authentic, mouthwatering pizzas and deli delights. Meanwhile, St. Eve’s, and Albert’s are both chic and contemporary restaurants, elevating the local dining scene with its upscale American and Italian cuisine.
Shopping in Ho-Ho-Kus offers unique experiences, with J. McLaughlin as a go-to for classic, preppy fashion. For the young ones in your family, Little Nikki's is a favorite for clothing, gifts, and custom items made especially for children and babies. Overall, Ho-Ho-Kus provides a blend of culinary, retail, and entertainment experiences that enrich the local lifestyle and make this New Jersey gem a true community treasure.

Things to Do

The annual Hermitage Craft Show is a local highlight, showcasing exquisite artisan crafts and fostering a sense of community at Ho-Ho-Kus’s hometown museum. It's a fantastic event for shopping and appreciating local talent. Nature enthusiasts can explore the enchanting Ho-Ho-Kus Brook Ravine, a tranquil oasis with winding trails, perfect for hiking and birdwatching. 
Each year, the Ho-Ho-Kus Day Festival brings the town together with live music, food vendors, and family-friendly activities. It's a celebration of community spirit and a great place to connect with neighbors. For those seeking to give back, Richard's Run, a local charity event, raises funds for children in need through a 5K run/walk. It's a meaningful way to get involved in the community while staying active.


The Ho-Ho-Kus School District is highly regarded for its commitment to academic excellence and personalized education. With a strong emphasis on fostering a nurturing learning environment, it prepares students for success. 
  • Ho-Ho-Kus Public School K-8
  • Northern Highlands Regional High School

Overview for Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ

4,248 people live in Ho-Ho-Kus, where the median age is 43.2 and the average individual income is $112,573. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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Demographics and Employment Data for Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ

Ho-Ho-Kus has 1,444 households, with an average household size of 2.94. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. Here’s what the people living in Ho-Ho-Kus do for work — and how long it takes them to get there. Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau. 4,248 people call Ho-Ho-Kus home. The population density is 2,442.2 and the largest age group is Data provided by the U.S. Census Bureau.


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