Cuyahoga Valley National Park in Ohio is one of the more historically significant national parks. The site of the Ohio & Erie Canal, as well as early farms and villages, Cuyahoga is a combination of history, wildlife, fauna, outdoor adventure and more. Take our quiz and learn all about this interesting park.
In which U.S. state is the Cuyahoga Valley National Park located?
Cuyahoga Valley National Park is in Ohio, not far from Cleveland and Akron, on the Cuyahoga River.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park supports _____ wildlife species.
With a terrain comprised of floodplain and upland forests, Cuyahoga Valley National Park supports more than 900 wildlife species, including coyote, beavers, white-tailed deer, foxes, rodents, reptiles, birds and fish.
Which of the following activities are on offer at Cuyahoga Valley National Park?
scenic train rides
both of the above
There is so much to do at Cuyahoga Valley National Park, you'll have a hard time choosing. You'll enjoy cross-country skiing, fishing, horseback riding, bird watching, snowshoeing, concerts, scenic train rides, sightseeing and more.
How many distinct geographic regions are there at Cuyahoga Valley National Park?
At Cuyahoga Valley National Park, there are two distinct geographic regions: the Appalachian Plateau and the Central Lowlands. In the park you will also find some of the only remaining wetlands in Ohio.
Which mammal is the most visible inhabitant of Cuyahoga Valley National Park?
Though the white-tailed deer is the most visible inhabitant of Cuyahoga Valley National Park, the park is also home to other mammals, as well as almost 200 species of birds, invertebrates, fish, amphibians and reptiles.
Which major park attraction allows you to tour Cuyahoga Valley National Park in comfort?
Cuyahoga Valley Park Railroad
Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad
A major park attraction, the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad allows you to tour the park and visit sites such as the village of Peninsula, the Canal Visitor Center, Hale Farm and Village, Akron Zoo and Quaker Square.
Where in Cuyahoga Valley National Park can you photograph the great blue heron?
at the River Road Heronry
at the Lake Road Heronry
at the Bath Road Heronry
If you're a bird lover, don't miss the Bath Road Heronry. The heronry is a great place to photograph the great blue heron with its 70-inch (1.8 meters) wingspan, blue-gray back and white crown and face.