Caledon State Park is a National Natural Landmark located on Virginia’s Northern Neck Peninsula in King George County. The park lies along the Potomac River, and includes many old growth trees in its upland forest areas as well as marshes along the river. The area is well known for Bald Eagles and many other birds.
Caledon was also a colonial era plantation established by the Alexander family, founders of the nearby City of Alexandria. There was also a small port operated on the Potomac River at Boyd’s Hole that remained in operation up until the Civil War. Many colonial period buildings remain on the property.
Trails utilized in this video:
Boyd’s Hole Trail
Caledon Marsh Trail
Cliffs Overlook Spur
Potomac Overlook Trail
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“Little Candle” by Stefan Kartenburg
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