Friends of Caledon State Park

King George, VA

Caledon State Park

11617 Caledon Road

​King George, VA 22485​

(540) 663-3861 |

About the Park

Caledon State Park is a 2,584 acre land parcel, administered by the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation, State Parks Division. The park is dedicated to the preservation of native plants and animals.

Caledon is home to one of the largest summer populations of American Bald Eagles in Virginia. It is one of only three areas in public ownership in Virginia which provides substantial undisturbed shoreline to support large numbers of foraging eagles.

Caledon is also a National Natural Landmark due to an impressive stand of eastern hardwood climax forest. The park is home to a wealth of native plants with over 500 species identified.

Caledon has recorded 122 species of birds, 21 species of mammals, 39 species of reptiles and amphibians and at least 12 species of fish.

The park offers visitors a unique opportunity to view the bald eagles in their natural habitat while providing education through exhibits and programming.


The visitor center is accessible by a ramp at the right, front corner of the building. It contains exhibits, a gift shop and restrooms. Office on second floor is not accessible.

Picnic area: There are three paved sites with wheelchair accessible tables. These sites connect to the parking area via paved paths.

Environmental Education Pavilion is universally accessible from universally accessible parking at the picnic area via compressed rock dust path. This is a 20 x 40 foot covered shelter with lights and electricity, and there's an extra large grill at the rear of the shelter. A water fountain and faucet also are located adjacent to the building.

This area can be rented as a picnic shelter when not in use for educational programs.

Although motorized vehicles are not permitted on park trails, electric wheelchairs and electric scooters that meet the federal definition for wheelchairs are allowed to enable people with disabilities to use the trails.