Want to see Bald Eagles?

Caledon State Park in Virginia’s Northern Neck is an excellent place to hike and bird watch, especially if you want to catch a glimpse of a Bald Eagles. The park is home to many eagles and their nests.

The park has multiple trails in various lengths ranging from 1 to 4 miles. The paths are well maintained with moderate elevation gains. The time hiking passes by quickly as you journey through creeks, ravines, and the ever changing canopy of trees. To slow the hike, the park offers many overlooks, wildlife viewing areas, and beaches.

My favorite route is the Boyd’s Hole Trail, which passes by a marsh and ends at the Potomac River. It is a pleasant place to swim, snack, and relax to the sound of waves splashing against the pebble filled beach.

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