Where is Cuyahoga Valley National Park?
State Of Ohio
Type National Park
Location of The new national Park is located at the intersection of Interstates 80 and 271, as well as South of Cleveland and North of Akron.
founded October 11, 2000, before that since 1974 National Recration Area
Brief information the Park offers a wide range of natural and cultural attractions. It is the only Park that can be crossed by a historical railway.
Visitors annually 3,324,000 (daily 9,100)
Size 13 sq m
Opening time all year round
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Getting there the Park is well accessible by road. No public transport to the Park. In the Park there is a museum ice rink (see notes), otherwise only private transport or walking.
Admission is free
Facilities 5 Visitor Centres
no campsites in the Park, but privately run ones in the area
in the Park two B&Bs: The Inn at Brandywine Falls (small), and Stanford House
The Brandywine waterfall is the main attraction for visitors to the historic railway. Numerous valleys, forests offer opportunities for cycling, wildlife and bird watching, Andelling, hiking, horse riding and skiing in Winter.
The five visitor centers offer different exhibitions and are starting point for different guided ranger tours.
Cuyahoga Valley Scienic Railroad Die Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad (CVSR) crosses the Park from the Peninsula to the Canal Visitor Center.
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