- 540-663-3861 (Park office)
- 800-933-7275 (Reservation Center)
A National Natural Landmark known for its old growth forest and summer home to one of the largest concentrations of American bald eagles on the East Coast, Caledon attracts bird watchers of all ages. To protect the eagles, access to marshes and the Potomac River is limited. However, tours of the eagle habitat are offered seasonally.
Forest trails are open year-round. The Boyd’s Hole Trail to the Potomac River is open from October through March and a visitor center with bald eagle exhibits, two picnic areas, a picnic shelter and restrooms also are available between May and September.
Caledon has six paddle-in and hike-in primitive campsites available for rent year-round. Guests must access the sites by kayak, canoe or other non-motorized boat or by hiking or biking on established park trails three miles from the visitor center.
From Fredericksburg, take Route 218 east. From U.S. 301, take Route 206 west 3 miles to the intersection of Route 218, then go west about 1 mile.
- Family Friendly
- Pet Friendly
- Entrance fee
Last Updated: 02/19/2019