The Peckman River is a tributary of the Passaic River in Essex and Passaic Counties, New Jersey in the United States.
The Peckman River originates in the township of West Orange and flows northeasterly through the townships of Verona, Cedar Grove and Little Falls to its confluence with the Passaic River in the borough of Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson).
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