The Inn at Brandywine Falls and the Hostelling International Stanford House offer overnight accommodations in historic farmhouses. There are also a full range of accommodations available in the cities and towns surrounding the park. I stayed in a fairly decent Super 8 in the nearby town of Richfield.
The National Park Service does not maintain any camping facilities within Cuyahoga Valley National Park. There are, however, a number of privately run campgrounds in the surrounding area. Any of the rangers at the visitors center will be happy to provide you with information about these campgrounds.
This hotel is located in Boston Heights on the eastern side of the park. Here, you're only a mile or so east of Brandywine Falls. The room was very clean and quiet. Check in was simple, and the rates are pretty decent for the area. You can get into the park very easily from this location, and it also is quite close to I-80. The one drawback is the lack of dining options in the immediate area.
They had separate filtered water spouts for drinking - something I had not seen before!
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