Cuyahoga Valley
National Park Ohio

Public Involvement

We Need Your Input

Cuyahoga Valley National Park consistently ranks among the country’s most-visited national parks, with more than 2.5 million visitors annually. Visitation has grown significantly since the park’s general management plan was completed in 1977. Types of uses and public needs have also changed. As a result, updated guidance for providing visitor opportunities while protecting resources is needed.

The Community Access Plan identifies actions that address current visitor use challenges and enhance the visitor experience and the park’s natural and cultural environment. The plan considers things like camping, river access, trails, fishing, picnicking, community connections, and more.

Between July 18 and September 16, 2022, you are invited to review and comment on the draft Community Access Plan for Cuyahoga Valley National Park. *Please check back soon for the link.

Get Involved Now

You can get involved with the Community Access Plan now by:

  • Stopping by one of our Welcoming Trailheads Drop-ins.

  • Speaking with a ranger at a community access table in the park or your community.

  • Learning about the Community Access Plan at our public meetings in person or online.

For dates and locations check the calendar for June and July.


If you would like to learn more about past, present, or future plans at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, or about our Strategic Action Plan, visit our Planning Page.


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Last updated: June 15, 2022

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