Top 7 National Parks in Ohio


As you encounter the park's hills, woodlands, and the flowing Cuyahoga River, which makes its way through it, you will be in awe of its pristine natural splendor. 


Cuyahoga Valley National Park

The region is made up of a number of earthworks with walls that are over 1,000 feet long and 12 feet high, arranged in geometric forms. 


Hopewell Culture National Historical Park

It is characterized by waterfalls, caves, limestone cliffs, and lush flora and is located in one of the state's most serene regions. 


Hocking Hills State Park

With its marshes, wetlands, and meadows, it is one of the most biologically diversified places in the state. 


Maumee Bay State Park

There is a wealth of walking, horse riding, swimming, camping, fishing, and boating opportunities here.


Salt Fork State Park

The main attraction and reason to visit is the network of hiking paths, though it is a peaceful setting for picnics or a round of disc golf on the 18-hole course. 


John Bryan State Park

One of the most distinctive state parks in Ohio, it is highly regarded.


Malabar Farm State Park

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