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Today, the park consists of thirty-three thousand acres of land between Cleveland and Akron. Twenty-two miles of the ninety-mile-long Cuyahoga River flow through the protected area. Over three million people visit the park each year. Visitors can enjoy a wide number of activities. They can hike along miles of trails, including along portions of the abandoned Ohio and Erie Canal. Guests can also swim, picnic, golf, canoe, and kayak, among numerous other activities.
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