Cuyahoga Valley National Park is the only national park in the state of Ohio. It stretches from Cleveland to Akron, following the Cuyahoga River through some beautiful sections of deciduous forest. It was first established in 1974 as the Cuyahoga Valley National Recreation Area and then was designated as a national park in the year 2000.
These days, people head to the park for outdoor activities like hiking and biking, taking advantage of the miles and miles of trails that take you through scenery that varies from marshy wetlands to mossy limestone ledges. There are even a few waterfalls!
Take the van, or message us for more on a one-of-a-kind AirBnB experience, right in the Valley. We highly recommend it!