Hide Map Reviews (8)Photos (28)Recordings (4)Quentin Whiteree on Caledon State Park and Na...9 months agoLovely walk. Lots of wildlife. EaglesElena Tate on Potomac & Chesapeake Gunk...3 years agoscenic drivingA very nice drive. You can focus on the joy of the trip instead of the traffic and how fast you can get there. Most of the time, traffic is not a factor.Alan Bourne on Potomac & Chesapeake Gunk...3 years agoscenic drivingThis is a play along the way route. Unfortunately it was an off and on rainy day so we just kept driving. But over the years we have had many adventures along this route. The trip runs from Caledon State Park to Historic Fort Monroe.Lucien Casey on Laurel Glen Trail3 years agonature tripsEasy strolling hike.Marla Hunston on Caledon State Park and Na...4 years agohikingWe saw about 10 bald eagles near the water. They were beautiful!!Lucien Casey on Caledon State Park and Na...4 years agohikingeasy and fairly uneventful hiking. Keep your eyes ipen for bald eagle nests and you might get a surprise! excellent hikes for children and families. Jesse A. on Caledon State Park and Natural Area...4 years agohikingLots of options for hikes from a bit less than a mile to a little over 5 miles (more during some seasons). There is also a small playground and picnic area. Not keen on parking fees, but all the state parks in VA seem to charge them.Casey C. on Lee's Woods Trail 5 years agotrail runningFantastic trail for the local (Woodbridge, VA) area. Lots of history, the coolest of which is Freestone Point, an old Civil War era battery. There is still one cannon left and all of the original earthworks. Pretty light traffic, even on weekends when the park itself is crowded. Great for running too (I usually bring my dogs).