Cuyahoga Valley National Park

A short trip from Cleveland, Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio’s only National Park, provides solitude and great outdoor recreation. The Cuyahoga River, “crooked river”, winds through the park, surrounded by lush forest and gently rolling hills. There are over 125 miles within the park for visitors to hike, and multiple trails to bike. The Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail follows the historic canal and offers a lovely bike route. Park visitors can hop on a train and take an excursion through the park on the scenic railroad tour.

Come to find refuge from the urban lifestyle or to find a new appreciation for the state of Ohio! 

—Caroline Griffith

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Ashley Marie

February 27, 2014

I would like to go here someday. when i have a family one day.

Nunya

August 30, 2013

It looks nice and I live near it...

jack

August 9, 2013

i do a lot of photography in cuyahoga valley national park lots of great places to go

GoAllen

June 25, 2013

Just spent this past weekend camping, hiking and enjoying the water here with some friends. It's a beautiful and well taken care of park with really helpful and friendly staff. Highways and trains are a little close but look passed those, it's a great park!

Stevo

March 18, 2013

I grew up within walking distance to this park. Took me until I was 20 to realize what a treasure it really is. It's an amazing park for hiking, biking, or just relax. I'm glad to see it's a top 10 most visited national park. I hope to see this park continue to be a great national park so my kids can one day enjoy the park too!

Judy

March 8, 2013

I live in Ohio and didn't know about this park. Can't wait to go see it.....when the snow melts!!

Kandii

December 17, 2012

All the pics look really nice and chill wish i could go this summer.

Nora

October 5, 2012

Renee, go to www.conservancyforcvnp.org. Lots of information there.

Renee

September 12, 2012

I was hoping this site would provide information about CVNP, a place I know and love; am a new member to the conservation association and, unless there is more to the site, am disappointed.

Cliff

July 31, 2012

Have made several trips to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park this past summer. Brandywine Falls and gorge was beautiful. Boston Mills a nice place to rest. Pine Hollow and Little Meadow a very pleasant walk. Plan on several more yet this year.

smals

February 27, 2012

it looks beautiful(:

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