This Entire Town in Ohio was Turned into a National Park
Located in northeast Ohio you'll find the quaint rural village of Boston Township tucked inside Ohio's only National Park, Cuyahoga Valley.
Home to just over 1,000 residents, this historically preserved town is seemingly in the middle of nowhere, far from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding Amish Country stops. A trip to this village will have you feeling as if you're worlds away from everything.
Cuyahoga Valley National Park was officially established as a National Park back in the 1970s. The park subsequently purchased many buildings and roads in the town. Today, the town of Boston remains one of the only towns in the country that's actually a part of a National Park. Keep reading to learn more.