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Whenever you hear about visiting or living in Canada, it's always either Toronto or Brampton you'll hear. While these two cities are wonderful in their own right – given the exceptional economy and great neighborhoods – Caledon is also a sight to behold. Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Peel Region, Caledon is a hidden gem offering a perfect blend of natural beauty, charming rural landscapes, and exciting outdoor adventures. Here are some must-see sights to explore when you visit or intend to live in this beautiful town:

Forks of the Credit Provincial Park 

Immerse yourself in nature at this stunning park, known for its scenic hiking trails, beautiful rivers, and breathtaking views. Don't miss the historic Credit River and the famous "Forks of the Credit." 

Cheltenham Badlands 

Witness a geological wonder at the Cheltenham Badlands, where you can marvel at the unique and striking red hills that resemble a Martian landscape. It's a photographer's paradise!

Albion Hills Conservation Area

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and enjoy a day of outdoor adventure at Albion Hills. Hike, bike, swim, or simply relax in the tranquil surroundings of this expansive conservation area.

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Caledon Trailway 

Lace up your hiking boots or hop on your bike and explore the Caledon Trailway. This scenic trail winds through forests, wetlands, and meadows, offering a peaceful escape into nature.

Terra Cotta Conservation Area

Experience the beauty of the Niagara Escarpment at Terra Cotta Conservation Area. Enjoy hiking, picnicking, and birdwatching, or rent a kayak and explore the Credit River.

Spirit Tree Estate Cidery

Indulge your taste buds at Spirit Tree Estate Cidery, where you can enjoy a variety of artisanal ciders made from local apples. Don't forget to try their delicious wood-fired oven pizzas!

Caledon Village

Explore the quaint village of Caledon, where you'll find charming shops, historic buildings, and friendly locals. Stop by the Caledon Museum of History and Art to learn about the town's rich heritage.

Belfountain Conservation Area

Discover the beauty of Belfountain Conservation Area, home to stunning waterfalls, lush forests, and scenic hiking trails. It's the perfect spot for a peaceful nature retreat.

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Inglewood Antique Market 

Browse through a treasure trove of antiques and unique finds at the Inglewood Antique Market. You never know what hidden gems you might uncover!

Caledon Equestrian Park 

If you love horses, don't miss the Caledon Equestrian Park, a world-class facility that hosts equestrian events and competitions throughout the year. Even if you're not a rider, watching the majestic horses in action is a sight to behold.


If you've visited these and think, "maybe I should consider living in Caledon," there's lots of good real estate properties in the area that you'll surely love. Let's explore together – you'll certainly benefit from the help of an experienced real estate agent. Hi, I'm Mats the Agent, and I'm always here to help. Call me today or fill out my inquiry form above so we can find the best property for you!