There's still a lot of questions surrounding what's open and closed during the government shutdown. The Cuyahoga Valley National Park remains closed during the shutdown, but several activities through the Conservancy for the Cuyahoga Valley National Park will move forward.
"Some activities are still happening if they're happening through the conservancy because we have special lease and cooperative agreements with the national park service," said Deb Yandala, CEO of the Conservancy for the CVNP.
The Conservancy for CVNP is a non-profit organization that works to engage public support for the park and provide services to enhance the park.
There is a limited amount of rangers on duty because of the shutdown. Yandala says citations will be given to people who sneak into the park or on the trails.
"The issue is health and safety if there would be an accident or injury," said Yandala.
Also due to the government shutdown, the Countryside Farmers' Market at Howe Meadow, which sits on the park's property, will move to its winter location at Old Trail School. Click here for more information.