The Cuyahoga River is widely known as "the river that caught fire" – an event that helped spark the environmental movement in 20th Century America. But there's much more to Cuyahoga's story.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park shows how the successful collaboration of local citizens and political leaders can help protect aspects of America's heritage. Native Americans called it "Crooked River" and since pre-historic times people continue to play an important role in the health of the Cuyahoga as it winds from Clevend to Akron, Ohio.
NPS wayfinding and park maps, custom identity and park partnership graphics were developed for a variety of sites to help visitors find park attractions throughout the park's 21,000 acres.
|Client:||National Park Service: Cuyahoga Valley|
|Project:||Cuyahoga Valley National Park: Identity & Partnerships Wayfinding Signage|
|Role:||Wayfinding / Identity Design|
|Location:||Cuyahoga Valley National Park|