Explore Caledon

Caledon is a mix of communities and countryside, rich in history and natural beauty. Picturesque landscapes, charming villages, rolling hills and growing urban centres provide plenty of opportunities to stay active year-round.

Get active in nature

Staying active, unplugging and getting outdoors is easy in Caledon with hundreds of kilometers of trails including the Great Trail (which includes the Caledon Trailway),  Forks of the Credit Provincial Park and many renowned conservation areas.

In beautiful natural escapes and amazing scenic views from the Niagara Escarpment, visitors can experience some of the best golfing, cycling, fishing and hiking in Ontario.

collage of pictures - man on bike, golfer, people camping, girl picking apples


Farm-to-table experiences thrive in Caledon. Home to craft breweries and cideries, pick-your-own farms and farm-to-table bistros and patios.

Where creativity thrives

Caledon is a creative community and home to a cultural gem in the historic building of the Alton Mill Arts Centre, where local artists of the highest caliber create.


For more information on all that Caledon has to offer, please check out our tourism website. Come for a visit, we know you'll want to stay.

Tourism website