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I'm glad to have found this app as it put me in touch with Caledon State Park. Who knew such a great park was so close. I took my two dogs and arrived Mid-day around 3PM. Parking was $4 and as usual it's cash only. This park has multiple trail options but I took Boyd's hole. Contrary to what the discription of park stated, it was open during summer months. Majority of the trail is shaded by the beautiful large aged trees. It took a bit to get to the potomac as the dogs wanted to sniff around but once we did......what a site! The sand wasn't too beachy so sand didn't get into my shoes. The dogs jumped right in and swam around (on leash of course). There was a picnic table right by the water if you wanted to have lunch. After a good 45 mins at the water we started the hike back. Great experience especially if you have a dog that loves water. Would definitely go again

This is a great trail to start your day on, looking for peace and quiet before "life" takes hold.

Good historical place to get outside and walk. Various trail segments.

mountain biking
3 months ago

Flat trail that’s well maintained for the first 4mi, but after that there are several trees down. Soon it’s going to be connected to other trails to be much longer than the ~16mi it currently is at. Very easy and relaxing ride, great for beginners or those who just want an easy stroll.

We walked from the 605 end four miles up and four miles back. It's a beautifully maintained flat trail where for the most part two people can walk side by side. There is a LOT of poison ivy, however, so wear long pants. We also went after weeks of heavy rains and there was a lot of standing water on the sides of the trail, so bug spray also recommended. A great trail if you're working up to harder ones, or you want to speed walk, or even want to stroll and chat. And despite being flat, we felt like we got quite a good workout after the 8 miles. Next time we'll enter from the 610 side venture in the other direction. (Friday in June - very quiet with no other hikers seen).

I use these trails very often and am very grateful they are in the area.With a lifetime pass for VA state parks, this is a great option for runs and hikes. Wish there were more bike options (aside from the gravel route). There is also camp grounds that I haven't used yet, and found by accident. From what I could tell the view was beautiful and it wasn't crowded.

Super enjoyable, very quiet and private, Potomac overlook is lovely and very private, perfect place for a picnic and to watch for eagles (which we did see)

$4 for entry but you can get annual pass for all VA state parks. Ask the visitor center for a trail map. Moderately trafficked.

Great trail. $4 to park. Some of the outer trails at the park are not well marked.

Beautiful and peaceful. We hike here often.

The trails are well maintained and there was very light traffic. It was a peaceful hike. Just what we needed!

it's a nice trail/road. if the tide is high, you can't walk the beach. lots of rain water made it pretty messy.

stayed pretty isolated without people for the magority of the morning.

walking
Monday, February 13, 2017

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

nature trips
Tuesday, November 27, 2012

Easy strolling hike.

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.

hiking
Sunday, February 12, 2012

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.

on Lee's Woods Trail

trail running
Monday, June 06, 2011

Fantastic 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).

road biking
15 days ago

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