CUYAHOGA VALLEY NATIONAL PARK<br />BY: EMILY <br />
<ul><li> The Cuyahoga Valley National Park is located on 1403 West Hines Hill Road Peninsula, Ohio
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park was established in 1805.
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park is a land park. </li></li></ul><li>WHY WAS IT NAMED A NATIONAL PARK?<br />Cuyahoga Valley National Park was named a national park because in the 1960’s the citizens felt that the scenic, natural, and historical qualities were in danger. Then on December 27, 1974 Congress named Cuyahoga Valley a National Park. <br />
THE ENVIRONMENT<br />In the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the environment has forests, and rolling hills. Also in the parks environment, there is wildlife. Most of the wildlife is Owls and the Owls are really cool to hear during a night hike!! <br />
5 REASONS THE PARK IS SPECIAL<br />Inthe Cuyahoga Valley National park, there are some amazing things. One of these amazing things is the Cuyahoga River also known as the crooked river. <br />The Cuyahoga river goes through a lot of the park and is surrounded by a beautiful forest along with gently rolling hills. <br />There are over 125 hiking areas in the park.<br />There is a large, hollow Sycamore tree that visitors can crawl in and be able to stand up in!<br />Also, there is the option to get on a train and take a tour through the park on the wonderful railroad tour!!! <br />
ACTIVITIES PEOPLE CAN DO AT THE PARK<br />Some activities that people can do at Cuyahoga Valley National Park is hike on trails through the forest in the day and night, take a family bike ride on the bike trails, and if visitors see the large, hollow Sycamore tree, they can try to crawl into it and stand up or just stay sitting. <br />
HAVE I EVER BEEN TO THIS NATIONAL PARK? IF SO WHAT WAS MT FAVORITE PART???<br />Yes I have been to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and my favorite part about it was doing the night hike. <br />