Ohio's National Park is a restored landscape of unusual vibrance.
History runs deep in the valley, with over 12,000 years of human occupation. From the unwritten stories of prehistoric peoples to the environmental disasters and comebacks of modern times, humans have left an impact on the valley. Here along the Cuyahoga River, humans have used, shaped, and been shaped by the landscape. Culture and nature interplay here, with each having its impact on the other.
Learn about those who have called the valley home and meet a few of the local characters.
Learn more about places that highlight the cultural and natural history of the valley.
Explore the stories of the valley, from how people modified their environment to make a living to how American history unfolded here.
Last updated: December 23, 2021