Caledon is a scenic and relaxing getaway with rolling hills, beautiful waterfalls and unspoiled rural countryside.

Visit gorgeous conservation areas nearby such as Glen Haffy Conservation Park, Palgrave Forest and Wildlife Area or Caledon Trailway. Some places offer horseback riding options.

Caledon’s historic industrial structures have either been kept or maintained by their local communities and converted into modern fixtures. For example, Alton Mill Arts Centre is a mill converted into an art gallery and community centre.

Relax at a charming bed and breakfast or inn after a day of outdoor activities or touring local farms, markets, or orchards for fresh products.

Map of Caledon

Where is Caledon?

Caledon is located within the larger Region of Peel at the northwest border of the city of Brampton. The town is located on the outskirts of the Greater Toronto Area, less than an hour’s drive from downtown Toronto and under 30 minutes from central Brampton.

The town and surrounding region are best explored by car or motorcycle although some bus service is available through GO Transit or Brampton Transit.

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Things to do in Caledon

Pick your own fruits

Fill a basket with fresh seasonal fruit from Downey’s Strawberry & Apple Farm. Apples, strawberries and raspberries are available in season.

Relax at a spa

Caledon’s Millcroft Inn and Spa offers many ways to relax—from a natural hot spring pool to a full menu of spa treatments. Various stay packages are available throughout the year.

Experience fat biking

Try fat biking in the winter months at Albion Hills Conservation Area. It’s a popular activity that’s basically biking over snow with wide tires.

Witness a geological gem

The “red clay hills” or the Cheltenham Badlands is a local geological treasure that was formed over 400 million years ago.

Travel with your pet

Declared one of the ‘Better Cities for Pets’ by Mars Canada, Caledon offers many great places to visit with your pet.

Visit the fair

Held every June at the Caledon Fairgrounds, the Caledon Fair is where you can enjoy games, the midway, a wide range of food options and agricultural competitions.

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Last updated: March 28, 2024

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