Top US National Parks to Visit - Part 2
Updated: May 22
Whether hitting the road or renting an RV with your boo, we've got some national parks for you.
You can safely social distance in these wide-open spaces, flex your sense of adventure, and fill your Insta feed for months to come. The best part is that there is no passport necessary, nor any TSA standing in your way. So, start packing!
Cuyahoga Valley National Park
Say WAT – Cuyahoga Valley National Park was first established as a national recreation area in 1974 and was then re-designated as a national park in 2000. The park is rich in history. The park sits between Akron and Cleveland in Ohio, includes 87 miles of the Ohio and Erie Canal, and has had over12,000 years of human occupation.
Size and Vibe: Covering only 50.89 square miles, the Cuyahoga Valley National Park offers rivers, grasslands, forests, wetlands, and agricultural lands within its borders. Elevations in the park range from 590 feet to 1,164 feet above sea level.
The river, known as the “river that burned,” runs 100 miles in the park. The notorious Cuyahoga River has been a massive influence in the shaping and changing of the valley.