Caledon State Park
|Caledon State Park|
Boardwalk to the Potomac River at Caledon State Park
|Location||King George, Virginia|
|Area||2,579 acres (1,044 ha)|
|Governing body||Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation|
Caledon State Park is a 2,579-acre (1,044 ha) state park located in King George, Virginia. The property was initially owned by the Alexander brothers, founders of the city of Alexandria, and was established in 1659 as Caledon Plantation. Ownership passed, in 1974, to the Commonwealth of Virginia. The park was designated a National Natural Landmark in 1974, and provides a habitat for bald eagles along the Potomac River.
- "Caledon Natural Area". nps.gov. National Park Service.
- Kelleher, Colleen (June 30, 2013). "Va. state park offers chance to see bald eagles in flight". WTOP News. WTOP News. WTOP. Retrieved 13 April 2016.
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