Explore various places in Cuyahoga Valley National Park that highlight the cultural and natural history of the valley.

Dead, gray trees stand amid a large wetland mostly covered in green plants.
Beaver Marsh

Learn about the Beaver Marsh, one of the most diverse natural communities in the national park.

Staircase of rough-hewn gray stones winds between two walls of green moss-covered rock, up to trees.
The Ledges

Discover the Ledges, a plateau of striking rock formations in the park’s Virginia Kendall area.

View down through bare trees at a deck overlooking a waterfall cascading into a gorge.
Brandywine Falls

Explore Brandywine Falls, one of the tallest and most popular waterfalls in the park.

Bikes at a bike rack; across the street, two white buildings, one with painted sign, "M.D. Garage".
Village of Boston

Learn about Boston in the heart of the park, home to Boston Mill Visitor Center.

An iron, parabolic pedestrian bridge extends across a rushing river surrounded by trees.
Village of Peninsula

Explore Peninsula, a private village along the Cuyahoga River surrounded by the national park.

A hillside of brilliant yellow leaves half in shade is reflected in a lake below.
Kendall Lake Area

Discover Kendall Lake and its surrounding hills, popular among hikers and winter sports fans.

A waterfall in a forest; water falls from a rim of gray stone down onto other rocks below.
Blue Hen Falls

Find photos of Blue Hen Falls, a waterfall along the Buckeye Trail in the Boston area.

An arched concrete bridge high over a river with orange leaves and a blue sky behind.
Station Road Bridge Area

Learn about the Station Road Bridge Trailhead and the surrounding area.

Three cyclists ride along a wide, gray trail through lush green trees and other plants.
Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

Learn about our most popular trail that follows the historic route of the Ohio & Erie Canal.

Black and white photo of a family standing and sitting on a white canal boat on the water.
Ohio & Erie Canal

Explore remnants of this human-made waterway that once carried goods and travelers through the Cuyahoga Valley.

A graphic panel and life ring stand outside a white, two-story historic building with a porch.
Canal Exploration Center

Learn about the canal era at this former tavern and store along the Ohio & Erie Canal.

Among the trees, behind a low white rail fence, is a red covered bridge with a white interior.
Everett Covered Bridge

Explore the only remaining covered bridge in Summit County, Ohio.

A two-story brick building with rows of white-paned windows, on a hill surrounded by trees.
Frazee House

Discover this house built with handmade bricks in the 1820s, now on the National Register of Historic Places.



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