There’s No Better Way To Spend A Summer Day Than This Burger And Trail Day Trip In Northeast Ohio
Day trip excursions are always a break from the norm, allowing us to explore and satisfy the sense of wanderlust we may be feeling. There are endless places to explore in the Buckeye State, some close to home and others a bit further away. Regardless of distance, you may be able to get away with only fueling up your car once and making one single tankful of gas last the entire trip. A day trip from Local West Craft Sandwiches and Beer in Cleveland to the Ledges Trail at Cuyahoga Valley National Park near Peninsula involves an epic day of insanely good burgers, fresh air, and stunning scenery. It will be a day trip to remember.
Using this Google Maps link, you can choose the route between Local West in Cleveland and Ledges Trail Cuyahoga Valley National Park that suits you. Depending on which route you decide to take, the drive between the two locations is about 32 miles and will take approximately 39-42 minutes one way, and that’s without traffic.
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So, how does starting your day at Local West in Cleveland for burgers followed by a scenic hike on the Ledges Trail at Cuyahoga Valley National Park sound? This perfectly paired road trip is meant to be a delicious adventure for both your appetite and your eyes. Visit this Google maps link to add your home address to start this trip. And don’t forget to follow theOnly in Ohio Facebook page and sign up for theOnly in Ohio newsletter for information on additional epic adventures that await around the Buckeye State.
Address: Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Ohio, USA
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