National Virginia State Parks History and Culture – People of Caledon
Celebrate Virginia State Parks History and Culture Day by taking part in the sixth installment of our People of Caledon Series. Many people have come and gone through the grounds of Caledon over the years. Join a ranger as we attempt to uncover the past in the park. Each month features a different topic based on people, places, or time periods which have influenced the area.
6/15 – Merchants and Ferries and Spies, Oh My!
Boyd’s Hole has been home to history from colonial times through the Civil War. Discover more about the port, spy camp, ferry stop, and inspection station through the people who frequented this area.
Fees are $3 a person/$8 a family. Contact the park to make the necessary reservations for this program by calling (540)663-3861.