Partial Riverview Road Closure - Updated 11/20/13
Curb, guiderail, and paving work has started on Riverview Rd between Fitzwater and Brookside roads. The road is closed to northbound traffic but remains open southbound. Work is expected to be completed by the second week of December due to weather delays More »
Closure on Fishing Will Remain in Effect for Virginia Kendall Lake
Due to the government shutdown, we were unable to survey the fish community in VK Lake as scheduled. Our survey partners (ODNR) will not be able to get into the lake until early spring of 2014. Therefore, the closure on fishing will remain in effect. More »
Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC)
What's new for Cuyahoga Valley National Park?
The National Park Service (NPS) published a Notice of Availability of the Draft White-tailed Deer Management Plan/ Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for a 60-day public review and comment period, beginning July 26, 2013 and ending September 24, 2013.
The Draft White-tailed Deer Management Plan/ Environmental Impact Statement is currently available for public review and comment. Digital copies are available for download from the NPS Planning, Environment, and Public Comment (PEPC) web site at http://parkplanning.nps.gov/cuvadeerplan.
All comments must be submitted in writing. You may provide comments through the PEPC site listed above (preferred), by mail, or by hand delivery to:
The White-Tailed Deer Management Plan newsletter is available by clicking here.
Read our Too Many Deer? site bulletin by clicking here.
TRAILS FOREVER Program
TRAILS FOREVER is a multifaceted program that builds on existing strengths of Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP), the Conservancy for Cuyahoga Valley National Park, and our volunteers. Its purpose is to ensure that CVNP has a top-quality trail system, in perpetuity, insulated from fluctuations in federal funding by a strong base of local support. The five tenets of TRAILS FOREVER are experiences, volunteerism, planning, trail enhancement, and philanthropy. Click here to learn more about TRAILS FOREVER.
Did You Know?
Cuyahoga Valley National Park's namesake river flows north and south. The Cuyahoga River begins its 100 mile journey in Geauga County, flows south to Cuyahoga Falls where it turns sharply north and flows through CVNP. American Indians referred to the U-shaped river as Cuyahoga or "crooked river."