Most images are copyrighted and the photographer has graciously granted limited use for noncommercial purposes. Click on individual photos for each photographer's name.
Many contributors are members of the Cuyahoga Valley Photographic Society. Visit a gallery of their members’ shows, workshops, photo walks, and annual contest.
More photos are in the National Park Service digital library. To find our park’s images, do an advanced search using the keyword “Cuyahoga” plus your subject of interest (e.g., bird).
ContactFor photo requests and submissions please use the contact below.
Pam Barnes, Community Engagement Supervisor
Removing Toxins at Krejci Dump
Learn about how one of the most polluted sites in the National Park Service was cleaned up by the responsible parties.
Preserving the Station Road Bridge
The historic Station Road Bridge spans the Cuyahoga in Brecksville. In 2020-2021 it got a major makeover.
Removing the Dam
The Canal Diversion Dam was removed in 2020. This will improve water quality and pave the way for further restoration efforts.
Restoring Stanford Run
After a half-century of problems, Stanford Run was reconnected to the Cuyahoga River in 2019-2020.
Places to Visit
View photo galleries of numerous destinations around Cuyahoga Valley.
Get to know the wild animals that inhabit your national park.
The Towpath Trail is a Cuyahoga Valley icon. This relatively flat trail is ideal for hikers and cyclists of all ages and abilities.
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
CVSR is dedicated to the preservation of passenger rail transportation in Cuyahoga Valley and the historic Ohio & Erie Canalway.
Congressman John F. Seiberling
U.S. Congressman John Seiberling’s work in wildlife preservation contributed to the nation and to creation of Cuyahoga Valley National Park.
Last updated: December 22, 2021