Wyckoff is a 6.6 square mile town with a definite small town feel. It offers primarily single family homes and some townhomes. Options for commuters include NJ Transit and Short Line Bus service as well as train service in neighboring towns. Wyckoff is easily accessible from Rt. 208.
There is a bustling shopping district with a recently renovated shopping center offering a number of shops and restaurants. The town offers Public Library with programs for residents. There are two expansive parks in town, The Gardens of Wyckoff which is a 12.8-acre natural sanctuary and Zabriskie Pond Park, a six acre park which is an ideal spot for fishing. Also located in Wyckoff is the James A. McFaul Environmental Center which features a wildlife center and nature related programs for children and adults. The Wyckoff YMCA features several indoor swimming pools as well as an outdoor lake with sand beach. Many classes are available for children and adults.
Wyckoff is served by four elementary schools for grades K – 5, one middle school for grades 6-8. Students may choose to attend either Ramapo High School in Franklin Lakes or Indian Hills High School in Oakland.