9 Reasons To Drop Everything And Visit Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Did you know Cleveland has a national park right in its back yard? While Cuyahoga Valley National Park is certainly not new to the Ohio area, it has only been a national park since the year 2000. This year, the National Park Service is celebrating its 100th birthday, so what better way to celebrate than by spending some time in this majestic park?
From walking or riding the Towpath to trekking through rugged terrain into deep forests with gushing waterfalls, this park has a little bit of something for everyone. The best part? The park is completely free. If you’ve never been to the park, the following are areas you must go see at least once.
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Don’t be fooled by this list of nine, as there are so many other great areas of the park to explore too! You can find more information on what the park has to offer on the Cuyahoga Valley National Park website. What are your personal favorites?