The Strategic Initiative program funds enhancements to the Towpath Trail and Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area The Ohio & Erie Canalway Association (OECA) will award $363,000 in Strategic Initiative funds to 14 organizations for projects and programs within the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. The OECA Strategic Initiative Program is a […]
“Too Many Moose” is November’s Read with a Ranger book selection. Read with a Ranger is a community outreach program of Cuyahoga Valley National Park that promotes literacy, while making students more comfortable with the natural world and animals. This Pre-K to 2nd grade program happens in 16 schools and community centers in the cities […]
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park schedule for Winter 2016-17 has been released. Download here
Press release from Cuyahoga Valley National Park- Cuyahoga Valley National Park Receives $210,000 Field Trip Grant from the National Park Foundation Cleveland is one of nine cities across the country that was selected by the National Park Foundation to serve as a focus city for the Every Kid in a Park Program. This national program […]
Ohio City is one of the hottest places to live, work and play in the City of Cleveland. A day out in the neighborhood lets you experience a mix of cultural, historical and recreation options in the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. Check out the Canalway Sampler “Ohio City on a Saturday Afternoon” […]
Feast to the Beat, a party celebrating our American roots, food and music, happened earlier this summer in Hart Crane Park in the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. The party was part of a national tour highlighting National Heritage Areas across the country. Along for the fun was Jam in the Van, the world’s first solar […]
On Monday, August 22nd, the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area participated in a National Park Service “Virtual Park Circuit.” Park Service sites across the country used Facebook Live to create 5 minute videos with the theme of innovation. The Ohio & Erie Canal helped spur innovation in the United States by connecting the East Coast […]
The Cuyahoga Valley National Park recently conducted a study to provide demographic information about park visitors, as well as their preferences for a park visit and attitudes about the park. Survey says… The most visited sites or trails in Cuyahoga Valley National Park are the Towpath Trail (68%), the Boston Store Visitor Center (27%), and Brandywine Falls […]
Thanks to Destination Cleveland for helping to get the word out about the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area and the Towpath Trail.
See photos from Feast to the Beat, a tour of National Heritage Areas which stopped at Hart Crane Park August 13th, 2016. Follow Canalway Partners on Pinterest.