Cuyahoga Valley National Park is located in Northeastern Ohio. It is located between the cities of Akron, and Cleveland. As Cuyahoga has been a National Park since the turn of the millennium, it is under the auspices of the federally controlled National Park Service. It has tens of thousands of acreage, which include breathtaking scenery and landscapes. It is also home to many Historic sites that date back several centuries. This part of the country used to be home to several Iroquois Native American tribes. In fact, Cuyahoga means “crooked river” in one of the Native American languages. This name is a reference to the beautiful Cuyahoga River, which winds its way through large swaths of Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Large numbers of tourists flock to the park, to enjoy its many trails and paths. On these routes, there are options for walking, hiking or biking. There are wonderful opportunities to explore at Cuyahoga, with its many caves, waterfalls and ravines. There are dozens of tree types scattered throughout the park, and hundreds of species of animals. This includes big and small animals, beautiful birds and several fish types in the the rivers.
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