The US is a vast country. While traveling can be easy in the US, not all that go for onsite visits have enough time to take a flight to see national landmarks. What if you have limited time and are in Cleveland, for instance, what could you see?
What is there to do in Cleveland?
One of the most famous tourist spots in Cleveland is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. If you’re interested in some of the other more popular sites, check out the list on Trip Advisor. However, if you are looking for something outside the city, and off the beaten path, rent a car and check out the state parks and waterfalls within a short drive. Visiting these places in good weather will be a cost-effective alternative to the normal tourist locations as many state parks have a low or no-fee entry fee. Carry about ten loose one dollar bills just in case. And, pack a picnic lunch or bring drinks and snacks as finding decent eateries out that way could be a challenge.
|Developed trails at Brandywine. Photo @Krishna Kumar.|
A Day Trip to Waterfalls and a State Park
Lower Bridal Falls –> Cayuhoga Valley National Park –> Brandywine Waterfalls
Lower Bridal Falls
These waterfalls, in the video below, would be your first stop out of Cleveland, roughly a half an hour out of town. Follow this with a trip to Brandywine Waterfalls, about 15 minutes south of Lower Bridal Falls in Cayuhoga Valley National Park.
|Developed trails leading to Brandywine Falls.
Photo @Krishna Kumar.
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