Cuyahoga Valley National Park

Cuyahoga Valley National Park is in Ohio. The park takes its name from the Cuyahoga River. The word "cuyahoga" is a native American word. It means "crooked river." The park is just a few miles from two cities. They are Akron and Cleveland. This park is a change from the busy life in a city. Visitors can spend time with nature there.

The Cuyahoga Valley is a place where two different land areas meet. The Appalachian Plateau meets the Central Lowlands. Glaciers also shaped the land. There are steep valleys. There are winding streams. Visitors can see waterfalls. There are deep ravines. Some of these ravines drop more than 600 feet in just a few miles. This area is like the Badlands of South .....

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