Guide To Cuyahoga valley national park
Designated in 2000, Cuyahoga Valley is the only National Park in Ohio, and one of three National Parks in the Great Lakes Basin. The park boasts roughly 32 acres of land which is partly owned by city managed Metroparks and private businesses.
This is not your average National Park as it is nestled between two major metropolitan cities: Cleveland and Akron. You’re not going to see sprawling mountains, vast deserts, or giant ancient trees. You will on occasion hear road noise or suddenly see residences and attractions as you drive through the park. That said, your visit is 100% free and easily accessible.
While this park doesn’t have massive geological attractions, it does have a lot of beauty and is worth a visit if you’re in the area or if you’re like me and trying to visit as many National Parks as you can. Below are some of the more popular park features along with a collection of blog posts dedicated to the park.
Popular Park features
These are some of the more popular and unique features and attractions in or near the park.