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Cuyahoga Valley National Park Official Interactive Map

The map shows our visitor center and other attractions:

 
 

We hope our maps help you locate our visitor center, attractions, trailheads, and trail routes. If you have difficulty viewing them, printed versions are available at Boston Mill Visitor Center or you can contact us to request a mailed copy. Additional formats of some maps are available on a separate cartography website.

 

Cuyahoga Valley National Park Map

 
A map of the entire area of Cuyahoga Valley National Park from Rockside Station in the North to Akron in the South. Markers indicate destinations across the park as well as various amenities and roadways.
Map of Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

This park map appears on one side of our park brochure. For the full audio description of the map visit our Park Brochure Formats page.

 
A map of the area of Cuyahoga Valley National Park (CVNP), Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area, as well as the areas immediately surrounding both the park and the National Heritage Area.
An area map of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area, and the surrounding region.

Cuyahoga Valley National Park Area Map

Shown in dark green on this map, Cuyahoga Valley National Park is around 22 miles south of Cleveland and Lake Erie. The Boston Mill Visitor Center is around 18 miles north of Akron. The park can be accessed from several nearby highways, visit our Directions page for more information.

The two closest National Park Sites to Cuyahoga Valley National Park are the James A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor, Ohio and the First Ladies National Historic Site in Canton, Ohio. Check out our Nearby Attractions page to learn more about the area surrounding Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

 

Trail Maps

See the drop down menu for quick access to hiking trail maps. Cuyahoga Valley has many scenic hikes, for more information on trail conditions visit our hiking page.

 

Trail Maps Navigation

 

Station Road to Boston

 
The major trails, roads, and locations from Station Road Bridge to Boston Mill Visitor Center with their amenities. Riverview Road runs through the middle of the park with Station Road Bridge, Jaite, and Boston located off Riverview Rd.
Map of Cuyahoga Valley Trails from Station Road to Boston.
 

Boston to Everett

 
Map of the Cuyahoga Valley Trails from Boston to Everett
Map of the Cuyahoga Valley Trails from Boston to Everett.
 

Brandywine Falls Area Trails

 
The roads and trails leading to Brandywine Falls. Brandywine Gorge Loop begins at the parking lot, loops 1.4 miles, 160 feet elevation change, steep steps. Stanford Trail from Stanford House, 1.5 miles one way, 190 feet elevation change, steep steps.
Map of the trails in the Brandywine Falls Area.
 

Kendall Lake Area Trails

 
Salt Run, Lake, and Cross Country Trails around Kendall Lake and Hills. Salt Run Trail, 3.3-mile loop, 160 feet elevation change. Lake Trail, 1 mile loop, 20 feet elevation change, stairs. Cross Country Trail, 2.5-mile loop, 160 feet elevation change.
Area map of the Kendall Lake trails.
 

Ledges Area Trails

 
Ledges Trail, 2.2-mile loop, 105 feet elevation change, steep stairs. Pine Grove trail, via Octagon, 2.2-mile loop, 100 feet elevation change. Forest Point from Octagon, 0.5-mile loop. Haskell Run trail, 0.5-mile loop, 70 feet elevation change.
Map of the Ledges area and trails.
 

Boston Run Trail

 
Boston Run trail off State Route 303 starts from the Happy Days Lodge parking lot. A 3.1-mile loop with 80 feet elevation change. Connect to Haskell Run and Ledges Trail for a longer hike.
Map of Boston Run Trail.
 

Everett Area Trails

 
Riding Run, Perkins, and Furnace Run in Everett. Riding Run Loop, 4.6 miles, 260 ft elevation change. Perkins Loop, 2.7 miles, 260 ft elevation change. Furnace Run Loop, 2 miles, 240 ft elevation change, stairs.
Map of the Everett area trails.
 

Wetmore Area Trails

 
Wetmore Area trails allow horses and hikers. Wetmore, 4.5 miles, 250 ft elevation change. Butler’s, 0.6 miles each way, 150 ft elevation change. Langes Run, 3.5 miles, 190 ft elevation change. Tabletop, 0.75 miles each way, 100 ft elevation change.
Map of the Wetmore area trails.
 

Oak Hill and Plateau Trails

 
Oak Hill Trail, 1.8-mile loop, easy rating, 50 feet elevation change. Plateau Trail, 4.9 miles, moderate to difficult rating, 200 feet elevation change, steep in areas. Access the trailhead off Oak Hill Road.
Map of the Oak Hill area trails.
 

Tree Farm Trail

 
Tree Farm Trail starts from the Horseshoe Pond parking lot. A 2.75-mile loop with 80 feet elevation change. Access the trail from Major Road, located south of Peninsula off Riverview Road.
Map of Tree Farm Trail.

Last updated: October 19, 2022

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