Oakland is a borough in Bergen County, New Jersey. The name comes from the white oak trees in the area.
Oakland is home to The Van Allen House, built in 1748 and was a stop for George Washington and his troops in 1777.
Recreation is run by an all volunteer nine-member Recreation Commission. There are a number of municipal recreational facilities in Oakland. The largest is a recreational area located off Oak Street, known to residents simply as the "Rec Field," but formally known as the Alexander Potash Recreation Complex, which is home to nine baseball and softball fields, six tennis courts, a roller hockey rink, basketball courts, and other facilities.
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