Caledon State Park and Natural Area Trails is a 3.7 mile loop trail located near King George, Virginia that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
The park offers approximately 12 miles of hiking trails, 7 of which are open year round. The Boyds Hole Trail and Flats trail go through the wildlife management area and critical shoreline area and are closed during the summer months to allow the young bald eagles to learn to hunt without disturbance. During these months these trails are only accessible during special guided park eagle tours that typically occur on weekends.
The park has a parking fee and a real restroom. We connected a couple of trails and walked 4.3 miles. The trail is a paved access road. It was difficult to find soft ground...not my idea of a hike. Lots of trees that may be really pretty when there are leaves. In the winter, it's boring. It's also very easy...I'm not sure how this is rated as moderate.
It was a nice trail. Not real hard, but a peaceful walk with nice views.
Lovely walk. Lots of wildlife. Eagles
We saw about 10 bald eagles near the water. They were beautiful!!
easy and fairly uneventful hiking. Keep your eyes ipen for bald eagle nests and you might get a surprise! excellent hikes for children and families.
Lots 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.