Wintertime in Northeast Ohio is truly an unusual season. There are months that bring hardly any snow, and every so often temperatures will soar above 60 degrees on an unexpectedly sunny day or two. Lake effect snow often wreaks havoc on the region, but it also frequently holds off and occasionally brings us a mild winter. Though each season varies, you can almost always bet that winter will bring a special sort of magic to Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park’s many waterfalls are lovely all year round, but winter brings a special sort of magic to the landscape. Waterfalls like Blue Hen Falls are absolutely transformed in the winter, and visitors are endlessly mesmerized. Have you taken any photos of this lovely waterfall? Share them in the comments below, or share your favorite site in Ohio’s only national park.

If you find this frozen waterfall enchanting, just wait until you discover these lovely ice gardens in Greater Cleveland.

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